libstfl-devel - Structured Terminal Forms Language development files

Distribution: OpenMandriva Lx 3.0
Repository: OpenMandriva Contrib i586
Package name: libstfl-devel
Package version: 0.21
Package release: 8-omv2013.0
Package architecture: i586
Package type: rpm
Installed size: 283.91 KB
Download size: 120.19 KB
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STFL is a library which implements a curses-based widget set for text terminals. The STFL API can be used from C, SPL, Python, Perl and Ruby. Since the API is only 14 simple function calls big and there are already generic SWIG bindings, it is very easy to port STFL to other scripting languages. A special language (the Structured Terminal Forms Language) is used to describe STFL GUIs. The language is designed to be easy and fast to write so an application programmer does not need to spend ages fiddling around with the GUI and can concentrate on the more interesting programming tasks. This package contains the C headers and other files needed to compile programs that use STFL.



  • devel(libstfl)
  • libstfl-devel == 0.21-8:2013.0
  • pkgconfig(stfl) == 0.21
  • stfl-devel == 0.21-8


    Install Howto

    1. Enable OpenMandriva Contrib repository on Install and Remove Software"
    2. Update packages list:
      # urpmi.update -a
    3. Install libstfl-devel rpm package:
      # urpmi libstfl-devel


    • /usr/include/stfl.h
    • /usr/lib/libstfl.a
    • /usr/lib/
    • /usr/lib/pkgconfig/stfl.pc
    • /usr/share/doc/libstfl-devel/COPYING
    • /usr/share/doc/libstfl-devel/README


    2012-02-15 - Per ?yvind Karlsen <> 0.21-8 + Revision: 774161 - mass rebuild of ruby packages against ruby 1.9.1

    2012-01-25 - Per ?yvind Karlsen <> 0.21-7 + Revision: 768358 - mass rebuild of perl extensions against perl 5.14.2

    2011-10-15 - Per ?yvind Karlsen <> 0.21-6 + Revision: 704801 - use %%makeinstall_std macro - drop redundant python & ruby dependencies as well - drop redundant 'perl' dependency - provide more accurate and proper paths for %%files.. - clean out legacy rpm junk and apply some cosmetics - link with %%{ldflags} and be sure to link against $LDLIBS (P0) - compile with %%{optflags} - replace silly %%py_requires -d with simple & equivalent 'python-devel' build dep

    2010-11-22 - Funda Wang <> 0.21-5mdv2011.0 + Revision: 599634 - rebuild for py2.7

    2010-07-24 - J?r?me Quelin <> 0.21-4mdv2011.0 + Revision: 558113 - perl 5.12 rebuild