Unbuffered keyboard input?
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Tue Jun 9 14:44:37 EDT 2009
On 2009-06-09, Ken D'Ambrosio <ken at jots.org> wrote:
> I need to have some non-buffered keyboard interaction with a Python script
> (on Linux). Back in the day, I fired up Curses to do this in Perl. Any
> idea if that's still how I have to fly? Or is there a different
Same as it ever was (in the order I'd probably try):
1. You can switch stdin to raw mode using standard termios
calls (just like in C).
2. You can use ncurses.
3. You can use some other UI library like newt/slang, wxWidgets, etc.
4. You can shove long rusty needles through your eyeballs into
your brain until you no longer want to do non-buffered
5. You can make Xlib calls.
Once you've tried #5, #4 doesn't sound so bad...
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