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Re: Question

From: Mahlon Smith
Subject: Re: Question
Date: Mon, 25 May 2015 13:54:25 +0800
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Hi K.S.,

I have done considerable experimentation with ncurses keycodes and escape-sequences, including a utility to capture both the raw data and the translated data.

If you are interested in conducting your own experiments, please contact me off-list: address@hidden

I have attached a screenshot of the utility as a teaser.

The 'ncdialogapi' package download is currently off-line, but I could email you the daily build. Requires GNU G++ 4.8.0 or higher and ncurses 5.9.20130511 or higher.


On 05/18/2015 06:58 AM, K S wrote:



Is there any way for ncurses to detect a shift+enter combination?  I know that alt+[keys] have to be separated into two ‘gets’s.  Is there a FAQ to explain which key-combinations work?  For example,  ctrl+shift+[key] is the same as ctrl+[key].


Thank you!


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