xaizek / vifm-pdcurses (License: mostly public domain) (since 2019-03-20)
PDCurses 3.4 with vifm-specific patches applied (a couple were upstreamed)
File Mode Size
demos/ 040000
doc/ 040000
dos/ 040000
os2/ 040000
pdcurses/ 040000
sdl1/ 040000
win32/ 040000
x11/ 040000
HISTORY 100644 72KiB
IMPLEMNT 100644 12KiB
Makefile.in 100644 3,758B
PDCurses.spec 100644 1,125B
README 100644 1,394B
aclocal.m4 100644 16KiB
config.guess 100755 43KiB
config.h.in 100644 3,532B
config.sub 100755 32KiB
configure 100755 182KiB
configure.ac 100644 6,551B
curses.h 100644 49KiB
curspriv.h 100644 4,095B
exp-base.def 100644 3,551B
exp-wide.def 100644 949B
install-sh 100755 6,523B
libobjs.mif 100644 1,137B
makedist.mif 100644 727B
panel.h 100644 1,503B
term.h 100644 1,561B
version.mif 100644 76B
watcom.mif 100644 1,554B

Welcome to PDCurses!

Public Domain Curses, aka PDCurses, is an implementation of X/Open 
curses for multiple platforms. The latest version can be found at:


For changes, see the HISTORY file.

Legal Stuff

The core package is in the public domain, but small portions of PDCurses 
are subject to copyright under various licenses.  Each directory 
contains a README file, with a section titled "Distribution Status" 
which describes the status of the files in that directory.

If you use PDCurses in an application, an acknowledgement would be 
appreciated, but is not mandatory. If you make corrections or 
enhancements to PDCurses, please forward them to the current maintainer 
for the benefit of other users.

This software is provided AS IS with NO WARRANTY whatsoever.


PDCurses has been ported to DOS, OS/2, Win32, X11 and SDL. A directory 
containing the port-specific source files exists for each of these 
platforms. Build instructions are in the README file for each platform.

Distribution Status

All files in this directory except configure, config.guess and 
config.sub are released to the Public Domain. config.guess and 
config.sub are under the GPL; configure is under a free license 
described within it.


William McBrine <wmcbrine@users.sf.net>

Before first commit, do not forget to setup your git environment:
git config --global user.name "your_name_here"
git config --global user.email "your@email_here"

Clone this repository using HTTP(S):
git clone https://code.reversed.top/user/xaizek/vifm-pdcurses

Clone this repository using ssh (do not forget to upload a key first):
git clone ssh://rocketgit@code.reversed.top/user/xaizek/vifm-pdcurses

You are allowed to anonymously push to this repository.
This means that your pushed commits will automatically be transformed into a pull request:
... clone the repository ...
... make some changes and some commits ...
git push origin master