#ncurses #TUI

ncursesw-win

An extension wrapper around the ncursesw TUI library (ncurses)

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ncursesw-win Build Status Crates.io

This is a thin wrapper around the [ncursesw]https://crates.io/crates/ncursesw) crate, it's purpose is too abstracts away the raw pointers that ncurses uses and function in a more safe way, however a knowledge of how ncurses works is advised to use the true power of this library.

Please see the README.md for ncursesw for more details.

Inclusion

[dependencies]
ncursesw-win = "0.1"

Or to use the latest git version

[dependencies]
ncursesw-win = { git = "https://github.com/narfit66/ncursesw-win-rs" }

Building

The compiled library will be built in the target directory.

cargo build

How to Use

extern crate ncurseswwin;

use ncurseswwin::*;

Documentation

This at the moment is only partial but the end objective is to document the whole crate/library.

License

Licensed under the MIT license, see LICENSE

Dependencies

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