jens.k.mueller at gmx.de
Sun Oct 28 03:44:46 PDT 2012
Adam D. Ruppe wrote:
> It now can translate most PC keyboard input sequences into char or
> non-char key events, including requesting UTF-8 input for chars:
> We could just about start writing real apps with this now. Biggest
> problem left is it doesn't actually scan the termcap file - it only
> looks for a TERMCAP environment variable. This means many keys are
> ignored on some terminals.
> Should be a fairly easy fix I just haven't gotten around to it yet.
> Then finish the Windows support side of it and we have a fairly
> functional, totally standalone, little text library here.
> BTW this is actually kinda off topic for ColorD since I'm going more
> fancy - if you just want to add color to stdout, my code has
> probably gone too far.
It is. But it is going in the right direction.
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