libGringo

libGringo is available at http://www.badpenguin.org/pub/software/libgringo/

it does provide:

  • libgringo – library to handle CUI/GUI dialog
  • gringosh – shell like interpreter for gringo language
  • gringodlg – replacement for dialog and whiptail

libGringo goal is to replace dialog/whiptail and having the same utility to work in terminal mode or under X11; indeed libGringo requires X11 and GTK to work in GUI mode otherwise it works in terminal (CUI) mode

What is libgringo ?

libgringo is a library to write apps that runs both in console (CUI mode) and in X-Window (GUI mode). To do that libgringo uses “ncurses” fro console I/O and “gtk” to build X-Window apps. You are free to add support for other libraries like slang, xform, libQt or Motif in respect of the license of this software.

What libgringo provides ?

libgringo provides you the following widgets and their events:

  • window
  • label
  • button
  • edit box
  • checkboxe
  • grid
  • listbox

What is libgringo suitable for ?

libgringo was written in order to make some configuration scripts to work both in console and under X-Window without any modification. Infact libgringo main goal is to be used by “gringosh” BTW gringosh is suitable only for easy application based on a single window. Writeing your apps directly in C you can develop powerfull and easy applications.

And last but not least to deprecate the ?uck?ng “dialog” package.

Example in C:

void leave() {
 gringo_Terminate(0);
 fprintf( stderr, "nnTerminated by the user.n" );
}
int main( int argc, char* argv[] ) {
  TWindow *win1;
  TGrid *grid1;
  TButton *button1;
  gringo_Init( &argc, &argv );
  win1 = window_Create( 10, 3, 60, 18, "Network Configuration" );
  window_BackTitle( win1, "libhardware :: example 4" );
  label_Create(  win1,   2,  2,  0, " IP Address:" );
  label_Create(  win1,   2,  4,  0, "Subnet mask:" );
  edit_Create(   win1,  15,  2, 20, NULL );
  edit_Create(   win1,  15,  4, 20, NULL );
  button1 = button_Create( win1,  21,  6,  0, "Chiudi" );
  button_OnClick (button1, leave);
  checkbox_Create( win1, 2,  8, "Sposta posta letta", 1 );
  grid1 = grid_Create(  win1, 2, 10, 50, 7 );
  grid_AddColumn( grid1, "Colonna 1", 10 );
  grid_AddColumn( grid1, "Colonna 2", 10 );
  grid_AddColumn( grid1, "Data", 4 );
  grid_AddColumn( grid1, "Descrizione", 8 );
  grid_AddColumn( grid1, "Col5", 5 );
  grid_AddColumn( grid1, "Col6", 6 );
  grid_AddText( grid1, "X", "enlightenment", "0.16.2", NULL );
  grid_AddText( grid1, "I", "perl", "5.0.004", NULL );
  grid_AddText( grid1, "a", "bbbbbbbbb", "cccccccccc", NULL );
  grid_AddText( grid1, "dd", "eeee", "ffffff", NULL );
  grid_AddText( grid1, "g", "h", "i", "lllllllll", "mmmmmmmm", "nnnnnnnn", NULL );
  window_OnClose (win1, leave);
  gringo_Loop();
  gringo_Quit();
  return 0;
}

GringoSH

What is GringoSh

Gringo is an attempt to achieve two goals.

  1. Creating a powerfull tool to use in shell scripts.
  2. Creating a libraries for curses programming.

How to run gringosh

  1. cat example.gringosh | gringosh
  2. gringosh -f example.gringosh

Language

# Create a window
WINDOW,   x, y, w, h, Title
# Create a label
LABEL,    x, y, [w], Caption
# Create an edit box
EDIT,     x, y, [w], [Text], Widget Name
# Create a button
BUTTON,   x, y, [w], Caption, Widget Name
# Create a checkbox
CHECKBOX, x, y, value, Caption, Widget Name
# Create an empty listbox
LISTBOX,  x, y, w, h, Widget Name
# Add en element to the listbox
LISTITEM, Text

Example

# GringoSHell Example
WINDOW|  10|  3|  60| 18| Network Configuration
BACKTITLE| libhardare by Antonio Gallo - example.gringosh
LABEL|    3|  2|| IP Address:
LABEL|    2|  4|| Subnet mask:
EDIT|    15|  2|  20|| EDIT1
EDIT|    15|  4|  20|| EDIT2
BUTTON|  21|  6|| Chiudi| BUTTON1
CHECKBOX| 2|  8|  1| Sposta posta letta| CHECK1
LISTBOX|  2| 10| 50| 7| LIST1
LISTITEM| Elemento Uno
LISTITEM| Elemento con descrizione oltre i cinquanta caratteri
LISTITEM| Elemento Tre
LISTITEM| Elemento Quattro
LISTITEM| Elemento Cinque
LISTITEM| Elemento Sei
LISTITEM| Elemento Sette

GringoDLG

Gringodlg is designed to work like dialog and suppress the old gringosh

Example: invoking

#!/bin/sh
../gringodlg/gringodlg  -f example.dlg 1>example.out 2>example.err

Example: example.dlg

--width 40
--cwindow	Titolo Finestra
--backtitle Sottotitolo finestra
--lowertitle Titolo nel footer
--clabel	Questa è una label
--newline
--listbox	5
--listitem	Item Uno
--listitem	Item Due
--listitem	Item Tre
--cbutton VA BENE!
--newline
GD Star Rating
loading...