Contrast with Urwid, which imposes it’s own (inflexible) paradigm. Having used it on a project, I can say that if you don’t want to use Urwid in the exact manner that it’s authors intended, you’re in for a struggle.
Blessings seems to really grok what it means to be Pythonic: elegance and simplicity, but not at the expense of power.
On the other hand, do you think we’d have been able to use blessings for ncnyt? Given that it was a hackathon project (~20 hours) having cookie-cutter widgets to manipulate probably simplified a lot of the development, even if the model is very rigid.
This looks very similar to colorama, at least in terms of colouring.
All these colors should look the same, they’re all ANSI colors.
Yep, I mean in the manner of using a print COLOR + text.