The Gano project wraps text processing and display libraries for the Guile dialect of Scheme. At some point, these libraries may also be used to write a sample editor. The current libraries are Ncurses, a text user interface library, and guile-aspell, a spell checking library.
|Tags||Software Development Internationalization Libraries|
|Operating Systems||Windows Cygwin POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This version of the Guile bindings for Ncurses fixes some bugs that prevented compilation on Cygwin. It also makes the build system into a more standard Autotools build.
Release Notes: This version of the Guile working bindings for ncurses has bindings for the SLK soft key functions, and is now more likely to work on the 1.7.1 branch of Cygwin.
Release Notes: This version of the Guile bindings for ncurses has a simplified method for creating rendered characters, and is now more likely to work on Guile 1.6, 1.8, and 2.0 as well as various releases of ncurses.
Release Notes: This release modifies the API of the Guile curses library to be more Scheme-like and less C-like. There are many improvements in documentation and testing as well.
Release Notes: This is the first attempt at wrapping the panel, menu, and forms library for NCurses.