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C-Source for UNIX-like windowing system.
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C-Source for UNIX-like windowing system.
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Contents of the README.TXT file


ICURSES -- UNIX-like screen handling for IBM PC's

v. 1.0 -- Initial release

This disk contains sources for ICURSES, similar to CURSES under
UNIX. The file ICURSES.TXT contains all rest of the necessary
information for using.

The routines have been tested using a Monochrome Display Adapter.
They may or may not work with anything else. (Work is proceeding
to make sure CGA is covered. If you want EGA or VGA support,
please send enough money for me to buy the necessary hardware.)

You, because of my infinite generosity, have been allowed both
the assembly and C direct video drivers. These are files
SCRNIO.ASM and SCRNIO_D.C, respectively. They both seem to work,
and the assembly seems to work a little faster.

Most of the work for this has been done under QuickC, v. 1.1.
This version may or may not work with anything else. If you're
using TurboC, don't include VSSCANF.C, as it is part of the
TurboC library. At this time, it will not necessarily work with
TurboC without modification. It definitely requires an ANSI-type
compiler, because of the extensive prototypes.

This is the intial public release, and bugs should be expected.
Because I want to improve this package, and because of the public
embarrasment of having bugs, I'm very interested in bug reports,
and will take all reasonable measures to find a fix them. You
may contact me at the address given in the documentation, or send
me mail on either Compuserve (ID 72220,2137), or BIX (username:
bwhit). I cannot accept phone calls at this time.


Bob Whitten
"WhitWare"
P.O. Box DD
Tujunga, CA 91042


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