portable text interface framework
dirtywords - portable text interface framework
So I wanted to create a text interface and ended up creating a framework. “Why didn’t you just stick with curses?” I hear you ask. For two good reasons: First, curses is not very portable. It does not run on windows. And it can not be installed with pip. The second reason of course is that I had fun with this project.
So what is this if not curses? You can think of it as a wrapper around curses with a different (though similar) API. But the interesting thing about it is that it implements a tiny set of functions with curses and builds the rest from there. And this tiny core can easily be implemented with other frameworks.
import sys from dirtywords import Screen, AttrString text = AttrString(u'Hello World!', fg_color=(0, 255, 0)) screen = Screen(3, len(text) + 4) screen.border() screen.putstr(1, 2, text) screen.refresh() while True: ch = screen.getch() if ch == ord('q'): screen.cleanup() sys.exit()
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