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digitalmars.D - Introducing me and curses in D?

reply Tuomo Sipola <tuomosipola hotmail.com> writes:
Hello,

Finally I decided to crawl into the land of D. I'm very happy to see
that the community is active. D seems to be far more nicer language
than Java or C#. The whole project seems to be rather open and free.
(Costs nothing, isn't that important :D)

And then to the question, are there a curses-like library or some
standard functions for moving the cursor and changing color etc?

-- 
Tuomo Sipola
Apr 29 2006
next sibling parent Tydr Schnubbis <fake address.dude> writes:
Tuomo Sipola wrote:
 Hello,
 
 Finally I decided to crawl into the land of D. I'm very happy to see
 that the community is active. D seems to be far more nicer language
 than Java or C#. The whole project seems to be rather open and free.
 (Costs nothing, isn't that important :D)
 
 And then to the question, are there a curses-like library or some
 standard functions for moving the cursor and changing color etc?
 

making any releases. I guess you could check these links, maybe you find something you can use. http://www.dsource.org/projects/ http://www.prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?AvailableGuiLibraries
Apr 29 2006
prev sibling parent Deewiant <deewiant.doesnotlike.spam gmail.com> writes:
Tuomo Sipola wrote:
 Hello,
 
 Finally I decided to crawl into the land of D. I'm very happy to see
 that the community is active. D seems to be far more nicer language
 than Java or C#. The whole project seems to be rather open and free.
 (Costs nothing, isn't that important :D)
 
 And then to the question, are there a curses-like library or some
 standard functions for moving the cursor and changing color etc?
 

In this very newsgroup you'll find Joey Peters's year-old thread "Ported PDCurses" which has a ported header for PDCurses. You'll need to build the library separately by yourself. I used it successfully in the minimalistic roguelike "ShelobRogue", also about a year ago, under the thread "Minimalistic quick-and-dirty working roguelike in D".
Apr 29 2006