[erlang-questions] Graphics, and 2d display.

jm jeffm@REDACTED
Fri Jan 29 05:03:00 CET 2010

Sounds like your looking for a curses library. The most common C one 
that comes to mind is ncurses. I don't know of one for Erlang. Possible 
take a look at http://www.erlang.org/user.html#gdc-1.0 but it dates from 
1999 so things may be different now.


On 29/01/10 1:51 PM, G.S. wrote:
> Hi,
> Is there anyway to display something like moving 2d ASCII art... I'm trying
> to simulate server/client systems and show connections and movements of data
> in ASCII... so Clients are Os and Servers are X, and I would like to show a
> plane with Xs and Os, and lines going from one to another to demonstrate
> data-flow, but this has to be updatable live, on a fixed screen, so that
> when another Server or Client goes live, it is right away demonstrated
> graphically on this plane. something like the top command, only instead of
> the columns of data, I would show the Xs and Os and data flow between
> them... If that makes any sense.
> Regards,
> -Gene

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