On Tue, 6 Jul 2004, Scott Klement wrote:

> Hi James,
> > I've worked over my enhanced 5250 protocol patch and now tn5250 supports
> > cursor progression!  The bad part is that 5250 windows are broken.  That's
> > because with cursor progression, the 5250 defines a new window
> > create/destroy method that I haven't completely implemented yet, so 5250
> > windows are a bit... crashy.
> Am I correct in assuming that it's only "crashy" if you specify the
> +enhanced option to tn5250?

Yes, that is correct.  I've been running with this patch applied for some
time now and I have no problems for those sessions that don't have
+enhanced.  The problematic parts are sessions with +enhanced and using
5250 windows.  I think I need to create a window object and lib5250 needs
to track those window objects and destroy/create them as necessary (or
call some function in the terminal object to do it).  Right now I just use
a global structure for that but I think maybe a window.c/.h is required.

James Rich

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