gcc 2.96.2 and 3.0.3
frank at g-n-u.de
Thu Jan 31 20:12:12 CET 2002
Guillaume Rousse wrote:
> Ainsi parlait Emil Jerabek :
> > That's not a bug, that's a feature :-)
> > Konsole restores automatically the previous screen contents after the
> > curses shut down (-> your example doesn't leave a visible trace).
> > Moreover it buffers the screen output, so that rapid changes are merged
> > together to reduce the load on X server (-> you don't even see a flash or
> > something like that).
> > This should work though:
> > program Test (Input, Output);
> > uses Crt;
> > begin
> > WriteLn ('Hello world!');
> > Write ('Press ENTER, svp... ');
> > ReadLn
> > end.
> Arghh, the return of the evil readln at the end of the program :-)
> I used to instruct my students to use it with TurboPascal, as they were
> confused by automatic return to editing mode after completion of program
> execution, it seems i'll have to use it myself with konsole...
Alternatively, you could probably modify your terminfo entries and
omit the commands to switch to "alternate screen" and back ...
Frank Heckenbach, frank at g-n-u.de, http://fjf.gnu.de/, 7977168E
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