TermFX: terminal programming for lua
What is it?
TermFX is a module that a program written in lua can use to create text based user interfaces. At its core it uses termbox, but provides a more lua like API, and some additional stuff like offscreen buffers and xterm color management.
What's new in version 0.7.1 (2017-07-13)
- proper tostring methods for the userdatas
- added a fix to the make build to compile the termbox files with -fPIC
If you want to know a little more (even though it is not all that relevant any more to the lua version), you can check out the original termbox.h.
You can get TermFX 0.7.1-1 by clicking on this link, or by installing it from the luarocks repository. If you fetch it from here, the included README gives hints on how to build it.
There is also a repository at https://codeberg.org/gnarz/termfx which gets changes I make between the releases.
The termfx module and all accompanying documentation and additional source code is released under the terms of the MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2014-2017 Gunnar Zötl
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