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Re: inherent contradiction

From: Stanislav Ievlev
Subject: Re: inherent contradiction
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 16:21:44 +0300

On Mon, Jan 17, 2005 at 09:19:01PM -0500, Thomas Dickey wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Jan 2005, Rick Engebretson wrote:
> >The large effort to serve everybody might result in serving nobody.
> >
> >Ncurses must remain simple, stable, and maintainable. Ncurses can be a core
> >for specialized derivations and extensions. But the core ncurses-5.4.tar.gz
> >is already over 2MB. My first PC did neat tricks with 256KB ram!! Yes, ram
> >is now cheap, but complexity is still expensive.
> >Rick.
> I'm keeping all of that in mind.
It will be good if you place all library bindings, and especially c++ bindings
into separate packages.

So we will have a fair competition between old and unmaintained "ncurses++" and 
modern "ncursesxx"+"ndk++".

P.S. I have made new version of this libraries (was fixed building with
gcc3.4), but unfortunately sourceforge is down and I cannot release them :(
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