A C programming library for user interfaces - shared library
S-Lang is a C programmer's library that includes routines for the
rapid development of sophisticated, user friendly, multi-platform
This package contains only the shared library libslang.so.* and
copyright information. It is only necessary for programs that use this
library (such as jed and slrn). If you plan on doing development with
S-Lang, you will need the slang0.99.34-dev package as well.
slang (0.99.38-2) frozen unstable; urgency=medium
* slang0.99.34: library
* postinst: Make the compatibility link upgradeable.
* preinst: if upgrade from -1 version, purge /usr/doc/slang (see last item).
* control: Moved to section libs; Replaces slang0.99.34-dev.
* shlibs: This version has new functions, so (>0.99.38) is necessary.
* slang0.99.34-dev: development
Changes since 0.99-37
1. SLang_input_pending returns -1 if Ctrl-Break pressed (DOS specific).
2. SLtty_VMS_Ctrl_Y_Hook added for Ctrl-Y trapping. Keep in mind that
this is called from an AST.
3. Documentation updates
4. Fixed bug dealing with keymaps with escape sequences involving
characters with the high bit set.
5. slkeypad code ported to DOS
6. SLsmg_write_raw and SLsmg_read_raw functio
This is the Debian Linux prepackaged version of S-Lang, a C programming
library. S-Lang was written by John Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This package was put together by Chris Fearnley <email@example.com>,
from sources obtained from:
Modifications for Debian Linux Copyright (C) 1995-1996 Chris Fearnley.
From the file COPYING in the origina
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