To keep it manageable, as of 3 October 2020 DukTerm is very minimal; see the bindings overview (also included in the archive) for details.
DukTerm library release 1 (25K)
DukTerm is open source software under the MIT License (just like Ncurses and Duktape).
DukTerm is currently developed on a PC running Debian 10, and built with the following command line:
gcc --std=c99 main.c dukterm.c -lcurses -lduktape -lm -o dukterm
Duktape is also present in the Termux and Alpine Linux repositories. For other distributions, grab a copy from duktape.org and build it from source first.
Last but not least, it's possible to build and run DukTerm in NetBSD 9.2, but extra configuration is needed. Duktape is also available as a binary package there.
Speaking of which: as suggested above, the archive includes a port of Dungeon Romp, an old roguelike demo that was never completed.
Questions or feedback are welcome; see in the archive for my e-mail address, or drop by the #ctrl-c channel on tilde.chat (via good old IRC).
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