Yeah, I just haven't found the documentation for Ruby's ncurses
bindings to be very helpful at all, and for something as simple as I'm
wanting to do I was hoping there was a simpler alternative. Oh well,
maybe this is a good, simple entry level program to get my feet wet
with ncurses.

On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 10:09 AM, Matt Lawrence <matt / technoronin.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 20 Nov 2010, Bryan Richardson wrote:
>
>> Hi Rahul,
>>
>> Thanks for responding. I like your option 1 with threading... how can I
>> get my terminal split up such that one thread can be displaying data in
>> one section of the terminal and the other thread can be waiting for
>> input in another section of the terminal? Does your suggestion of using
>> tcup apply here as well, or is there a "cleaner" way to do it?
>>
>> Oh, and I am on Linux.
>
> I've always used ncurses for that.    
> Curses" to be useful and entertaining when people see it...
>
> -- Matt
> It's not what I know that counts.
> It's what I can remember in time to use.
>
>