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Old September 29, 2017, 23:11   #11
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This is utterly off-topic to this thread (as is the tradition in these parts), so feel free to either start a new thread or maybe just keep it to PMs.
I feel like the OP got his answer so I'll just reply briefly:

I actually just copied the 256-color support code from V by noticing which bits poschengband had copied from V. I didn't stop to figure out how it worked but I've made the transplant succesfully to over a dozen variants (all of them before a certain date are limited to 16 colours because ncurses was updated to support 256 colours more recently) including ToME 2.3.6 - the only changes required are in main-gcu.c and I assume you haven't messed with that much.

Basically:
I get 2.4.0, I get clang, make my alterations to the source, compile it, and if everything works I'll fork the tome repo so I can send a PR. Hopefully this weekend.
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