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Is curses.h system dependant? I am trying to compile code for a test OS, and i dont know if i can use curses or not, because I dont know if ...
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- 09-01-2006 #1
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- Jul 2005
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Is curses.h portable?
I am trying to compile code for a test OS, and i dont know if i can use curses or not, because I dont know if its system dependant or not.
- 09-03-2006 #2
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- Aug 2005
Here is my output about ncurses lib:
apt-cache show libncurses5
Maintainer: Daniel Jacobowitz <email@example.com>
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6)
SHA256: 71398e94c2854ba6cf0a012862f1e062bba40bfce34797ce06 1457cb4862ae24
Description: Shared libraries for terminal handling
This package contains the shared libraries necessary to run programs
compiled with ncurses.
Tag: devel::library, interface::text-mode, role::sw:shlib, uitoolkit::ncursesWhen using Windows, have you ever told "Ehi... do your business?"
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- 09-03-2006 #3
You can compile ncurses programs as long as you have curses installed; think of ncurses.h as the interface, and ncurses.so (or whatever the object file is) as the implementation.Flies of a particular kind, i.e. time-flies, are fond of an arrow.
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