Cross platform terminal library rust
Just wondering if anyone has any insight into the current development and maintenance of termion? It currently has 67 issues and 24 merge requests and no code activity has happened since Sep 27 2021, so nothing in over a year. I am of course grateful for the existing project, but just somewhat concerned that it ends up being abandoned or forgotten seeing as it is one of the premiere tui libraries written purely in Rust (other being crossterm).
A cross-platform GUI library for Rust, inspired by Elm
I know. I saw the status after I posted. I feel sad to know orbtk's sunset status. The orbtk's pattern and api look really cool. On the hand, the examples in https://github.com/iced-rs/iced/issues/355 look pretty cool which makes me feel better.
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