Is there no currently-maintained TUI library these days?
@SuperFloppies for what language?
@bclindner Anything that is linkable from C or C++.
@SuperFloppies [disclaimer i don't know shit about c/c++ i'm a go dev and use termbox-go a lot lmao]
@bclindner It is reminiscent of Borland’s conio.h for DOS, and would be used by a TUI kit. But I hadn’t seen this yet, looks interesting. Thanks.
@SuperFloppies ncurses no longer maintained?
@mdszy ncurses is a low-level TTY I/O, but provides no TUI. Am thinking something like TurboVision or similar.
@kelbot This one looks nice. Might use it as a starting point for a C++ based library.
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