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From: locutus AT mailcity DOT com (Anthony)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: ANNOUNCE: PDCurses 2.4 for DJGPP
Date: 12 Mar 2000 16:12:03 GMT
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<dj AT delorie DOT com> wrote:
>> Better than conio?
>conio isn't available on Unix, pdcurses is.
>> BTW, who's the PD who wrote the original PDCurses?
>Like all ported packages, the file name is just the package name.
>"pdcurses" is "public domain curses".  The rule about author's
>initials is primarily for packages written by the author, not ports of
>existing well-known packages.

I am using ncurses 5 on Linux.  I need to try out djgpp on
dos 7.1 so I wonder if the function call in PDcurses compatible
with ncurses? Or do I have to learn PDcurses from the beginning?

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