|author||Omar Polo <email@example.com>||2021-06-25 10:44:36 +0200|
|committer||Omar Polo <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2021-06-25 10:44:36 +0200|
keep the comment up-to-date
we don't use wscrl (even though redraw_window could gain some speed by calling wscrl in some contexts)
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* ncurses allows you to scroll a window, but when a line goes out of
* the visible area it's forgotten. We keep a list of formatted lines
* (``visual lines'') that we know fits in the window, and draw them.
- * This way is easy to scroll: just call wscrl and then render the
- * first/last line!
* This means that on every resize we have to clear our list of lines
* and re-render everything. A clever approach would be to do this