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- Subject: Re: Wanted: ncurses & utf-8 string library
- From: Asko Kauppi <askok@...>
- Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2006 20:15:07 +0200
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For my own side; I stay away SWIG. Last (only) time I looked, it's
such a complicated system. But it would be acceptable in a project
where the whole C API has been planned for scripting (and SWIG) from
day one. Otherwise, I like keeping things simple.
Any pointers to the existing ncurses?
David Given kirjoitti 4.12.2006 kello 19.56:
Asko Kauppi wrote:
As to the other half, I started making ncurses module today.
Estimated ready in 2 weeks.
Actually, there do seem to be a number already, plus swig bindings.
Given the swig supports Lua pretty well, and that swig bindings
work on lots
of different languages, is there any advantage to hand-rolled
swig's? Other than efficiency issues, of course, which are likely
to be marginal.
Is there any kind of central repository of swig bindings that I can
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