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<TITLE>A Hacker's Guide to Ncurses Internals</TITLE>
<link rev="made" href="mailto:bugs-ncurses@gnu.org">
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@@ -286,10 +314,6 @@ header comments of <CODE>hardscroll.c</CODE> and <CODE>hashmap.c</CODE>; then tr
it out. You can also test the hardware-scrolling optimization separately
with <CODE>hardscroll</CODE>. <P>
-There's one other interactive tester, <CODE>tctest</CODE>, that exercises
-translation between termcap and terminfo formats. If you have a serious
-need to run this, you probably belong on our development team!
-
<H1><A NAME="ncurslib">A Tour of the Ncurses Library</A></H1>
<H2><A NAME="loverview">Library Overview</A></H2>
@@ -377,7 +401,7 @@ trace_buf.c
</code>
</blockquote>
It is rather unlikely you will ever need to change these, unless
-you want to introduce a new debug trace level for some reasoon.<P>
+you want to introduce a new debug trace level for some reason.<P>
There is another group of files that do direct I/O via <EM>tputs()</EM>,
computations on the terminal capabilities, or queries to the OS
@@ -558,7 +582,7 @@ Then <CODE>lib_doupdate.c</CODE> goes to work. Its job is to do line-by-line
transformations of <CODE>curscr</CODE> lines to <CODE>newscr</CODE> lines. Its main
tool is the routine <CODE>mvcur()</CODE> in <CODE>lib_mvcur.c</CODE>. This routine
does cursor-movement optimization, attempting to get from given screen
-location A to given location B in the fewest output characters posible. <P>
+location A to given location B in the fewest output characters possible. <P>
If you want to work on screen optimizations, you should use the fact
that (in the trace-enabled version of the library) enabling the