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The Useful Terminal I/O library is a C++ alternative to ncurses for working with terminfo-defined terminals
The Useful Terminal I/O library is a C++ alternative to ncurses for working with terminfo-defined terminals. Included are raw terminfo string access and output, an efficient buffered output system, and a keyboard driver.
./configure --help lists configuration options, like setting an installation path other than /usr/local. To use the library, include utio.h and link with -lutio. Look at the example programs in the demo directory to start with something that is known to work.
gcc compiler with C++ support. Version 3 or later is highly recommended.
POSIX-compatible libc. Anything made in the last 5 years should work.
The uSTL library version 0.6 or higher.
The terminfo database. In ncurses package, if your distribution doesn't provide it.
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