A full featured, object-oriented, multi-platform C# wrapper for the curses terminal control library.
This project is great. It mostly worked right out of the box (after following the instructions). Set the c# platform targets to x86 to match the DLLs and LIBs on a 64bit box. I don't know why anyone would, but If you want 64bit, you need to configure the c++ libraries (including pdcurses.lib) to build 64bit and set the c# platform targets to x64. Note that converting a build to 64bit is often not trivial to non-c++ programmers and is usually pointless unless you need REALLY BIG numbers or more than 32 cores.
I think the library is very interesting. I'm working on a sample that uses 3 dif windows with lists in it to show in the console. I will share it when is ready. But I'm running into an issue. When I call the Curses.InitScr(); in 64 bit I'm receiving a BadImageFormatException.An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007000B) I built the project in 64 bits by downloading the code from svn. But I couldn't make it work in 64bits because the curseswrapper.dll is in 32 bit. Any of you run this project in 64 bits? If yes please share both dlls cursessharp.dll and curseswrapper.dll. Thanks a lot! Pablo