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console ui ?

Tony Pelton
hi all,

i'm trying to hone in on a toolkit to use to do some "console gui" development.

something along the lines of the FP IDE, but not as complicated.

cross platform as well hopefully ?

i'm having trouble understanding what the deal-ey-o is with the "FV" libs ?

is there a licensing issue here ?

where is the doc and source for the "FV" libs ?

would the "nCRT" libs be a better choice ?

other thoughts ?

i'd hopefully like to find something that should be cross platform
(windows, mac OSX, linux) console gui toolkit, that has basic
features.

menus
standard dialog boxes
windows

and hopefully something that has source and/or doc for it.

but most importantly, i'd like to find something that has a future in
terms of licensing and some support/development in the community.

thanks for any tips,
Tony
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Re: console ui ?

Florian Klämpfl
Pelton wrote:

> hi all,
>
> i'm trying to hone in on a toolkit to use to do some "console gui" development.
>
> something along the lines of the FP IDE, but not as complicated.
>
> cross platform as well hopefully ?
>
> i'm having trouble understanding what the deal-ey-o is with the "FV" libs ?
>
> is there a licensing issue here ?

Not anymore.

>
> where is the doc and source for the "FV" libs ?

fpc/fv

Google for Turbo Vision tutorials.

>
> would the "nCRT" libs be a better choice ?

It's much more basic.

>
> other thoughts ?
>
> i'd hopefully like to find something that should be cross platform
> (windows, mac OSX, linux) console gui toolkit, that has basic
> features.
>
> menus
> standard dialog boxes
> windows
>
> and hopefully something that has source and/or doc for it.
>
> but most importantly, i'd like to find something that has a future in
> terms of licensing and some support/development in the community.

FV it has because the fpc text mode ide is based on it.
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