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[libcaca] Re: Lib Caca doesn't send SDL the "person stopped pressing key" signal.
Is there a way I can use libcaca SDL without ncurses
then? (I used to be able to, and it did send the "key
was released" signal).
--- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > On 7/1/07, Miguel Ghobangieno
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Lib Caca doesn't send SDL the "person stopped
> >> key" signal.
> > i believe that is a known limitation. ncurses
> doesn't send this to
> > libcaca, either.
> Yep, ncurses is jut able to return "this key is
> currently pressed", there
> is no release event.
> Jean-Yves Lamoureux
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