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Re^2: console editorby misc (Pilgrim)
|on Sep 02, 2007 at 13:38 UTC||Need Help??|
maybe the basic things of what I'd like to do would work with vim.
However, I believe the more advanced features I'd love to have would become nasty hacks.
Basically I'm looking for a possibility to store my passwords on my usb stick.
I'm thinking of things like e.g. some sort of obfuscation by adding to all numbers in the passwords another number - someone who is looking over my shoulders would not see the real password.
Yes, I know there are apps like pwsafe, but maybe I'm addicted to programming....
>>But I doubt using curses would be easier than writing my own ui library
>I seriously doubt that, it's more effort than you think.
>Curses seems to be the best, albeit low level solution.
I could imagine to use curses/pdcurses for the basic things like interfacing with the keyboard/drawing chars to the screen.
Everything beyond this like drawing borders,... seems to me not too much work if there would be a well defined module structure.
There's also the point, that my odyssey through the net surprisingly didn't reveal a useful ui toolkit besides the ones I mentioned in the OP.
So console ui modules in perl could be possibly of some use..
/btw., moritz, your pictures of scotland are really great!