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Old 8th February 2015
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Hi All

Is there any resources that I could look at that will give me information about creating a terminal emulator and also how to manipulate/interact with pts devices?

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I imagine "read code" would be a good way to go.
The suckless guys wrote a terminal emulator in 4000 lines of C so it doesn't look like it's crazy complicated:
http://st.suckless.org/
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Another example worth looking at: uuterm.
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