End-user accessing Squeak "program" from a VT220 terminal?
ned at bike-nomad.com
Fri Feb 14 16:59:46 UTC 2003
On Friday 14 February 2003 08:45 am, Nevin Pratt wrote:
> Anybody got any other ideas?
> Oh, yea, another piece of info: I think I could entice the Ingres
> 4GL code to work satisfactorily thinking it was talking to a VT100
> terminal rather than a VT220.
There are a couple of pieces available:
* Ian's VT* emulators and TelnetMachine (can be used to interpret
cursor motions, and maintain a character map)
* the SerialPort (which, alas, must be polled (anyone up for making a
blocking SerialPort implementation using the async file support?)
But you'd have to interpret what was being presented on the screen
somehow in order to make sense of it.
In a sense, you'd need a screen *de*composition program...
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