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Used in ugdb
unsegen_terminal provides an ANSI pseudoterminal that can be easily integrated into applications using unsegen.
unsegen_terminal is available on crates.io. You can install it by adding this line to your
unsegen_terminal = "0.3.0"
There is an example at the root of the crate documentation which should be sufficient to get you going.
For a fully fledged application using
unsegen_terminal, you can have a look at ugdb, which was developed alongside
unsegen and the primary motivation for it.
The current API for passing on bytes from the pty to the terminal widget is a bit rough, but on the flip side is quite flexible and not tied to a specific event loop. In the future, support for specific event loops (especially using Futures once they are stable) could be added.
Moreover, there are still a few unimplemented OSC handlers (see
terminalwindow.rs), but the functionality is quite usable already.
Most notably, ugdb, which uses
unsegen_terminal itself, can debug itself.
Feel free to contribute missing functionality or to create issues if you hit a roadblock.
The majority of
unsegen_terminal is released under the MIT license. This applies to all files that do not explicitly state to be licensed differently.