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package termbox
import (
"syscall"
)
// public API
// Initializes termbox library. This function should be called before any other functions.
// After successful initialization, the library must be finalized using 'Close' function.
//
// Example usage:
// err := termbox.Init()
// if err != nil {
// panic(err)
// }
// defer termbox.Close()
func Init() error {
var err error
interrupt, err = create_event()
if err != nil {
return err
}
in, err = syscall.Open("CONIN$", syscall.O_RDWR, 0)
if err != nil {
return err
}
out, err = syscall.Open("CONOUT$", syscall.O_RDWR, 0)
if err != nil {
return err
}
err = get_console_mode(in, &orig_mode)
if err != nil {
return err
}
err = set_console_mode(in, enable_window_input)
if err != nil {
return err
}
orig_size = get_term_size(out)
win_size := get_win_size(out)
err = set_console_screen_buffer_size(out, win_size)
if err != nil {
return err
}
err = get_console_cursor_info(out, &orig_cursor_info)
if err != nil {
return err
}
show_cursor(false)
term_size = get_term_size(out)
back_buffer.init(int(term_size.x), int(term_size.y))
front_buffer.init(int(term_size.x), int(term_size.y))
back_buffer.clear()
front_buffer.clear()
clear()
diffbuf = make([]diff_msg, 0, 32)
go input_event_producer()
IsInit = true
return nil
}
// Finalizes termbox library, should be called after successful initialization
// when termbox's functionality isn't required anymore.
func Close() {
// we ignore errors here, because we can't really do anything about them
Clear(0, 0)
Flush()
// stop event producer
cancel_comm <- true
set_event(interrupt)
select {
case <-input_comm:
default:
}
<-cancel_done_comm
set_console_cursor_info(out, &orig_cursor_info)
set_console_cursor_position(out, coord{})
set_console_screen_buffer_size(out, orig_size)
set_console_mode(in, orig_mode)
syscall.Close(in)
syscall.Close(out)
syscall.Close(interrupt)
IsInit = false
}
// Interrupt an in-progress call to PollEvent by causing it to return
// EventInterrupt. Note that this function will block until the PollEvent
// function has successfully been interrupted.
func Interrupt() {
interrupt_comm <- struct{}{}
}
// Synchronizes the internal back buffer with the terminal.
func Flush() error {
update_size_maybe()
prepare_diff_messages()
for _, diff := range diffbuf {
r := small_rect{
left: 0,
top: diff.pos,
right: term_size.x - 1,
bottom: diff.pos + diff.lines - 1,
}
write_console_output(out, diff.chars, r)
}
if !is_cursor_hidden(cursor_x, cursor_y) {
move_cursor(cursor_x, cursor_y)
}
return nil
}
// Sets the position of the cursor. See also HideCursor().
func SetCursor(x, y int) {
if is_cursor_hidden(cursor_x, cursor_y) && !is_cursor_hidden(x, y) {
show_cursor(true)
}
if !is_cursor_hidden(cursor_x, cursor_y) && is_cursor_hidden(x, y) {
show_cursor(false)
}
cursor_x, cursor_y = x, y
if !is_cursor_hidden(cursor_x, cursor_y) {
move_cursor(cursor_x, cursor_y)
}
}
// The shortcut for SetCursor(-1, -1).
func HideCursor() {
SetCursor(cursor_hidden, cursor_hidden)
}
// Changes cell's parameters in the internal back buffer at the specified
// position.
func SetCell(x, y int, ch rune, fg, bg Attribute) {
if x < 0 || x >= back_buffer.width {
return
}
if y < 0 || y >= back_buffer.height {
return
}
back_buffer.cells[y*back_buffer.width+x] = Cell{ch, fg, bg}
}
// Returns a slice into the termbox's back buffer. You can get its dimensions
// using 'Size' function. The slice remains valid as long as no 'Clear' or
// 'Flush' function calls were made after call to this function.
func CellBuffer() []Cell {
return back_buffer.cells
}
// Wait for an event and return it. This is a blocking function call.
func PollEvent() Event {
select {
case ev := <-input_comm:
return ev
case <-interrupt_comm:
return Event{Type: EventInterrupt}
}
}
// Returns the size of the internal back buffer (which is mostly the same as
// console's window size in characters). But it doesn't always match the size
// of the console window, after the console size has changed, the internal back
// buffer will get in sync only after Clear or Flush function calls.
func Size() (int, int) {
return int(term_size.x), int(term_size.y)
}
// Clears the internal back buffer.
func Clear(fg, bg Attribute) error {
foreground, background = fg, bg
update_size_maybe()
back_buffer.clear()
return nil
}
// Sets termbox input mode. Termbox has two input modes:
//
// 1. Esc input mode. When ESC sequence is in the buffer and it doesn't match
// any known sequence. ESC means KeyEsc. This is the default input mode.
//
// 2. Alt input mode. When ESC sequence is in the buffer and it doesn't match
// any known sequence. ESC enables ModAlt modifier for the next keyboard event.
//
// Both input modes can be OR'ed with Mouse mode. Setting Mouse mode bit up will
// enable mouse button press/release and drag events.
//
// If 'mode' is InputCurrent, returns the current input mode. See also Input*
// constants.
func SetInputMode(mode InputMode) InputMode {
if mode == InputCurrent {
return input_mode
}
if mode&InputMouse != 0 {
err := set_console_mode(in, enable_window_input|enable_mouse_input|enable_extended_flags)
if err != nil {
panic(err)
}
} else {
err := set_console_mode(in, enable_window_input)
if err != nil {
panic(err)
}
}
input_mode = mode
return input_mode
}
// Sets the termbox output mode.
//
// Windows console does not support extra colour modes,
// so this will always set and return OutputNormal.
func SetOutputMode(mode OutputMode) OutputMode {
return OutputNormal
}
// Sync comes handy when something causes desync between termbox's understanding
// of a terminal buffer and the reality. Such as a third party process. Sync
// forces a complete resync between the termbox and a terminal, it may not be
// visually pretty though. At the moment on Windows it does nothing.
func Sync() error {
return nil
}