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In some cases, not all files are displayed when using '-s' #205
After some debugging, I found that a filename containing the
For example, if there is a file called
and the listing would be ended. I can still scroll up and back down, and do everything as normal. I can quit the program and get a "0" for a return code.
I asked about it on LQ: https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?p=5931334#post5931334
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Nov 29, 2018
I guess what's needed for this to work right is to add a lot of tests to configure.ac to make sure the includes can be found on every system. On OpenBSD they're in /usr/include
On Debian they are in /usr/include/ncursesw
God knows about all the systems and distros.
And on OpenBSD, pkg-config reports
Although they do exist
On Slackware, you only need the ncurses package, and the includes are in /usr/include/ncurses, on Debian, the libncurses5 package can be removed and replaced with libncursesw5-dev and then there's no /usr/include/ncurses directory, but there's a /usr/included/ncursesw directory.
As far as I know, there aren't any real obstacles to building with wide-char ncurses support on Linux, BSD, or OSX, so I'll leave this closed for now. Documented at https://remove-to-waste.info/doxygen/html/bug.html