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TurboVision for UNIX

Turbo Vision (or TV, for short) is a library that provides an application framework. With TV you can write a beautiful object-oriented character-mode user interface in a short time. TV is available in C++ and Pascal and is a product of Borland International. It was developed to run on MS-DOS systems, but today it is available for many other platforms (ported by independent programmers). This UNIX port is based on Borland's version 2.0 with fixes.

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  •  23 Feb 1999 22:06

    Release Notes: Documentation on class hierarchy added, written with KDOC. Minor bugfixes and cosmetic changes. Library should now compile cleanly with '-W -Wall' and egcs-1.1.

    •  28 Aug 1998 06:32

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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      11 Jun 1999 05:08 setsoft

      About the legal question of Lalo
      I'm maintainer of the other port available for Linux and DOS (using gcc for both). I tried to contact Borland people without success. But:
      1) The Borland's FAQ talks about is as the *Public Domain* Turbo Vision.
      2) The Teamb people (Borland's unofficial tech support, basically volunteers supported by Borland) told me that distributing it is OK.

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