gstream-set_wrap man page



#include <gstream.h>

void set_wrap(bool w);


If set to true, the outputter will launch a newline if the text is too wide to fit the line. The text will be wrapped at the spaces between the words.

If a single word is too wide, it'll simply be outputted with a newline before and after it, which means that it will get a line of its own and probably be truncated by Allegro's clipping mechanism.

The inputter doesn't wrap the lines, only the outputter. The default value is false.

Referenced By

gstream-no_wrap(3), gstream-wrap(3).

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