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Re: curses with ASAN (was: curses: wmove(window, ...) doesn't set physical cursor)
In article <2080702161.1086756.1480000681788.JavaMail.ngmail%webmail19.arcor-online.net@localhost>,
Carsten Kunze <carsten.kunze%arcor.de@localhost> wrote:
>christos%astron.com@localhost (Christos Zoulas) wrote:
>> Hmm, I wish it had more information (or I could reproduce it).
>> Whats your TERM environment variable?
>That is the right question...
>I always start an xterm, in the xterm I start screen(1), in screen(1) I
>start tmux(1). So tmux(1) likely sets TERM=screen.
>When I run ./main in the xterm itself it doesn't crash. When I run it
>in tmux(1) it crashes. That may have made the difference yesterday.
Got it and fixed (it was in libterminfo).
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