cursesjs - An implementation of ncurses for the web browser

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curses.js is an attempt at porting the ncurses library to the web browser. ncurses is a library that allows a terminal application to make use of some "visual" settings: color, text alignment on screen, more interactive user input, etc. Examples of applications that use ncurses are Emacs and Vim. For now, only Firefox and Google Chrome are supported.

https://github.com/6112/cursesjs

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