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C++ terminal-emulator Projects
Modern C++ Terminal EmulatorProject mention: Speeding up incremental Rust compilation with dylibs - Robert Krahn | reddit.com/r/programming | 2022-09-16
Now that I'm well rested I decided to compile some similar terminal emulators with clang++ and rustc to see how big of a gap we're looking at. For the C++ terminal emulator I compiled contour with ~80k lines of C++ and over 200k lines when accounting for dependencies (not including dynamically linked dependencies), and then I'm using alacritty with ~35k lines of Rust and over 2 million (!) lines for the whole dependency tree when vendoring all dependencies. Because Rust tries to make most software cross platform with conditional compilation and many of these aren't Linux specific libraries I'm gonna assume it's compiling half or two thirds of the lines of dependencies for this experiment with the C++ compiling probably 3/4ths of the dependency tree considering I'm not on windows.
A C++ library for interacting with ANSI terminal windows.Project mention: Oof: Manipulate (RGB) color, position and more of console output in a single C++ header library | reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-11-21
This is really interesting and I see a lot of parallels (e.g. screen abstraction, etc.) between this and my own terminal emulation library (https://github.com/KazDragon/terminalpp, see https://github.com/KazDragon/textray for a fully-fledged example). We should collab some time.
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