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mcurses library ports

This project is a migration of mcurses library from Arduino to Netburner's MODM7AE70 and to STM32F407ZG

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mcurses is an embedded version of the ncurses library available on github here:
https://github.com/ChrisMicro/mcurses

Makefile is provided to compile on the command line, or you can use codeblocks.
This will generate a static library usable for your own projects.
An example project is provided which shows how to link with this library.

Decompress the library and the example project in the same folder, in which you created an include and lib folders.
Make and install the library first:
Change to the 'mcurses' folder, run 'make' and 'make install'
Change to 'test-mcurses' and run 'make'
Binaries should be ready for uploading to the Netburner.

SMT32F4-test-mcurses.tar.bz2

An example for STM32F4 that links the static mcurses library. it also uses the redirect target. See How to Use printf on STM32 https://shawnhymel.com/1873/how-to-use-printf-on-stm32/ The name when unzipped will be Z80-softmicro. For now, I tested mcurses with it.

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STM32F4-mcurses.tar.bz2

The mcurses library itself, with small modifs to compile for STM32F4xx

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mcurses.tar.bz2

The mcurses library itself, with small modifs to compile for Netburner.

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test-mcurses.tar.bz2

An example that links the static mcurses library

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