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panel(3X)										panel(3X)

       panel - panel stack extension for curses

       #include <panel.h>

       cc [flags] sourcefiles -lpanel -lncurses

       PANEL *new_panel(WINDOW *win)
       int bottom_panel(PANEL *pan)
       int top_panel(PANEL *pan)
       int show_panel(PANEL *pan)
       void update_panels();
       int hide_panel(PANEL *pan)
       WINDOW *panel_window(const PANEL *pan)
       int replace_panel(PANEL *pan, WINDOW *window)
       int move_panel(PANEL *pan, int starty, int startx)
       int panel_hidden(const PANEL *pan)
       PANEL *panel_above(const PANEL *pan)
       PANEL *panel_below(const PANEL *pan)
       int set_panel_userptr(PANEL *pan, const void *ptr)
       const void *panel_userptr(const PANEL *pan)
       int del_panel(PANEL *pan)

       Panels  are curses(3X) windows with the added feature of depth.	Panel functions allow the
       use of stacked windows and ensure the proper portions of each window and the curses stdscr
       window are hidden or displayed when panels are added, moved, modified or removed.  The set
       of currently visible panels is the stack of panels.  The stdscr window is beneath all pan-
       els, and is not considered part of the stack.

       A  window  is  associated with every panel. The panel routines enable you to create, move,
       hide, and show panels, as well as position a panel at any desired location in the stack.

       Panel routines are a functional layer added to curses(3X),  make  only  high-level  curses
       calls, and work anywhere terminfo curses does.

	      allocates   a  PANEL structure, associates it with win, places the panel on the top
	      of the stack  (causes  it to  be	displayed above any other panel)  and  returns	a
	      pointer to the new panel.

	      refreshes  the  virtual  screen  to reflect the relations between the panels in the
	      stack, but does not call doupdate() to refresh the physical screen.  Use this func-
	      tion  and not wrefresh or wnoutrefresh.  update_panels may be called more than once
	      before a call to doupdate(), but doupdate() is the function responsible for  updat-
	      ing the physical screen.

	      removes  the  given  panel from the  stack and deallocates the PANEL structure (but
	      not its associated window).

	      removes the given panel from the panel stack and thus hides it from view. The PANEL
	      structure is not lost, merely removed from the stack.

	      returns  TRUE if the panel is in the panel stack, FALSE if it is not.  If the panel
	      is a null pointer, return ERR.

	      makes a hidden panel visible by placing it on top of the panels in the panel stack.
	      See COMPATIBILITY below.

	      puts  the given visible panel on top of all panels in the stack.	See COMPATIBILITY

	      puts panel at the bottom of all panels.

	      moves the given panel window so that its upper-left corner is  at  starty,  startx.
	      It  does	not  change  the position of the panel in the stack.  Be sure to use this
	      function, not mvwin(), to move a panel window.

	      replaces the current window of panel with window (useful, for example if	you  want
	      to  resize a panel; if you're using ncurses, you can call replace_panel on the out-
	      put of wresize(3X)).  It does not change the position of the panel in the stack.

	      returns a pointer to the panel above pan.  If the panel argument is (PANEL *)0,  it
	      returns a pointer to the bottom panel in the stack.

	      returns  a  pointer  to  the panel just below pan.  If the panel argument is (PANEL
	      *)0, it returns a pointer to the top panel in the stack.

	      sets the panel's user pointer.

	      returns the user pointer for a given panel.

	      returns a pointer to the window of the given panel.

       Each routine that returns a pointer returns NULL if an error  occurs.  Each  routine  that
       returns an int value returns OK if it executes successfully and ERR if not.

       Reasonable care has been taken to  ensure  compatibility with  the  native  panel facility
       introduced in SVr3.2 (inspection of the SVr4 manual pages suggests the programming  inter-
       face  is  unchanged).   The  PANEL data structures are merely  similar. The  programmer is
       cautioned not to directly use PANEL fields.

       The functions show_panel() and top_panel() are identical in this implementation, and  work
       equally	well  with  displayed  or  hidden panels.  In the native System V implementation,
       show_panel() is intended for making a hidden panel visible (at the top of the  stack)  and
       top_panel()  is intended for making an already-visible panel move to the top of the stack.
       You are cautioned to use the correct function to ensure compatibility  with  native  panel

       In  your  library list, libpanel.a should be before libncurses.a; that is, you want to say
       `-lpanel -lncurses', not the other way around (which would usually give a link-error).

       panel.h interface for the panels library

       libpanel.a the panels library itself

       curses(3X), curs_variables(3X),

       This describes ncurses version 5.9 (patch 20130511).

       Originally written by Warren Tucker  <wht@n4hgf.mt-park.ga.us>,	primarily  to  assist  in
       porting	u386mon  to  systems  without a native panels library.	Repackaged for ncurses by
       Zeyd ben-Halim.

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