And already, I have completed my New Year's resolution! (SPEED RUN!)

I've just published my first completed project!


It allows you to make advanced cross-platform console applications. It's cross-platform curses, basically.

I spent quite a lot of time on the docs, so you can read all about it there. There's still a lot of stuff to do, but the very foundation is there, and it's everything you need(ish). It can just be a little inconvenient at times without helper functions for drawing, or adding strings, and such.

I'm currently binding it to Lua, which is going to be super fun to use!

Happy with this first version

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    Looks like an interesting library.
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    Aren't the "p" and "a" switched? Like in graphics ;-) I would love to make a pull request to fix it ;-)
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    @Wolle that actually comes from the GitHub project description ;) pull request wouldn't fix that. I noticed it and changed it but the changes have not seemed to reflect yet. Oh well, at least it's not the very first thing people see-

    Oh, wait
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    @AlgoRythm I had similar problems with gitbook.io when updating some files there. I ended up writing a django project to render and display my markdown files. But I don't think that is a commonly usable suitable solution.
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    @Wolle Meh, the next time I update the docs, the typo will disappear. I plan on getting version two out soon and then working on the Lua bindings and releasing those.
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