|Subject:||Re: [Qemu-discuss] qemu -curses in MS Windows?|
|Date:||Tue, 09 Oct 2012 21:09:46 +0200|
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On 10/9/2012 7:16 PM, Andrew Pennebaker wrote:
Your gVim link just points to the generic vim project page, no way to find the specific port you are thinking about from there.
OpenSSH for Windows is a modified cygwin port that tries to use the native Windows shell, his special modifications are currently not available as source.
Not much of use on those pages at the moment.
I am not sure what -nographic would do for a PC program that tries to write to the PC display adapter.
I imagine (I am not sure) that -curses runs the full Cirrus VGA emulation, then as long as the emulated VGA display mode is a text mode (such as the classic 80x25 16 colors mode 4), then the text in that emulated 80x25 char+color buffer is rendered to the console using curses escapes for colors and placement.
If I am right, then the most similar thing to do is to run in regular graphic VGA emulation mode and just look at the resulting picture of the text.
I have no overview of what tools qemu provides for exporting the VGA text buffer as text or similar.
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