Curses is a C library designed to provide the C developer a level of abstraction for writing CUI's

Curses Implementations



a Gathering of Additional Ncurses Development Implements


Here is a list of the various attempts to define Tk interface based on curses.

Miscellaneous Tcl procs (Dillinger)
Minimalist Curses
 What: Tcl Extensions by Michael Schwart
 Description: This page contains pointers to a number of Tcl extensions,
        including a Tk that uses Curses,
        GD (Image file rendering based on the Tom Boutell's gd library
        - supports PNG and GIF) - version,
        GDI (Graphics device drawing similar to Tk canvas, but for Windows)
        - version,
        HDC (Name/address manipulations) - version,
        WMF (Windows metafile context for copying to clipboard)
        - version,
        Tkmsmail (MAPI and CMD mail interfaces, allowing Windows programs to
        send mail) - version (now available from the tcl core's
        CVS repository and is TEA compliant) ,
        Print (printer contexts, providing invocation of common printer
        dialogs and exposes the device context for supporting interaction
        with other platform specific drawing primitives - Windows and Unix) -
        Profile (.INI file manipulations - Windows and Unix) - version,
        Signal (simple signal processing - Unix) - version 1.4,
        Winexec (Windows exec command which can properly launch detached
        16 bit and DOS apps as well as Win32 apps) - version,
        a .zip bundle of Tcl 8.2 DLLs with NT stubs.
 Updated: 06/1999
 Contact: mailto:[email protected]

 What: TUI for Windows NT
 Where: From the contact
 Description: Contact indicates that he is working on a port of Ncurses and
        the XTerminal 0.6.9 interface) to Windows NT for use by Tcl.
 Updated: 08/1999
 Contact: mailto:[email protected] (David Gravereaux)