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I suppose this won't help: entitled GitHub - azawawi/perl6-ncurses: Perl 6 interface to NCurses library


Then, there is this: entitled Curses::Toolkit

Quote: Curses::Toolkit is a Perl module to build ncurses based applications.



MinGW Port

Beginning with ncurses 5.8, ncurses has been ported to Win32 console using MinGW. I have built it both on Windows7 as well as via cross-compiling from FreeBSD, Fedora and Debian. From the latter, I make occasional builds which you may find useful:

  • 32-bit
  • 64-bit



Those functions should also make possible a port of the Unix's curses library; if there is anyone interested (and/or willing to contribute) to this project, e-mail me. Thank you.

Edit: entitled Public Domain Curses

Quote: PDCurses is a public domain curses library for ... Win32 ... entitled PDCurses (Public Domain Curses) modified/extended

A fork of PDCurses. (I was unable to find a brief quote that accurately described the fork.)

In reply to Re: NCurses based editor of configuration files? by Cow1337killr
in thread NCurses based editor of configuration files? by jahero

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