13 releases (breaking)
|0.11.0||Jan 9, 2021|
|0.9.0||May 17, 2020|
|0.8.0||Apr 15, 2020|
|0.7.0||Feb 22, 2020|
|0.4.0||Jun 30, 2019|
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This is a rust crate that provides a number of support functions for applications interested in either displaying data to a terminal or in building a terminal emulator.
It is currently in active development and subject to fairly wild sweeping changes.
Surfacemodels a terminal display and its component
- Terminal attributes are aware of modern features such as True Color, Hyperlinks and will also support sixel and iterm style terminal graphics display.
Surfaces include a log of
Changes and an API for consuming and applying deltas. This is a powerful building block for synchronizing screen instances.
- Escape sequence parser decodes inscrutable escape sequences and gives them semantic meaning, making the code that uses them clearer. The decoded escapes can be re-encoded, allowing applications to start with the semantic meaning and emit the appropriate escape sequence without embedding obscure binary bytes.
Capabilitiesallows probing for terminal capabilities that may not be included in the system terminfo database, and overriding them in an embedding application.
Terminaltrait provides an abstraction over unix style ttys and Windows style console APIs.
Surfacecan be rendered to
Terminals allow decoding mouse and keyboard inputs in both blocking or non-blocking mode.
Widgettrait allows composition of UI elements at a higher level.
LineEditorimplements shell-like line editing functionality.
Termwiz understands how to work with both the legacy console APIs and the new PTY and virtual terminal features available in Windows 10, allowing for true color terminal applications on Windows 10.