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You can review the "Hints, Tips, and Tricks" section of
Eric S. Raymond's Article at:

http://sunse.jinr.dubna.su/local/ncurses/ncurses-intro.html

Brian S.

jdnewmil@dcn.davis.ca.us wrote:

> On Mon, 16 Jul 2001, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
>
> > hi all,
> >
> > i have a program that has both a gtk and ncurses interface.  i'd like to have
> > main() call GTKmain() if the program is run from some kind of xterm.  and of
> > course, i'd like NCURSESmain() to execute if the program is run from a console.
> >
> > i'm clueless about how to check which environment the program is running
> > from.  how is this done from C?
>
> The program runs on a host, and your X terminal may be remote from that
> host.  Thus, you would have to check something in the environment of your
> process on the host, without assuming anything about whether hardware is
> local or not..  I would guess that would be the contents of the DISPLAY
> environment variable.
>
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