DuhDraw is a program which almost perfectly simulates TheDraw for DOS. Back in the good old BBSing days, TheDraw was a program used by a SysOp in order to draw ANSI screens, the only graphics available on BBSes for quite a while. However, for a long time, nobody considered Linux, as Linux BBSes were uncommon. Other applications of the software include login screens, and mud screens. I always thought it ironic that MUDs were mostly run off of Unix machines, and yet they used DOS editors to generate the ANSI screens.
Release Notes: The copy-block command could cause a segmentation fault. This has been corrected.
Release Notes: Dead comments and code have been removed. The RPM binaries are in 2.7.5.
Release Notes: The copy-block functionality has been reimplemented from scratch. A number of smaller items were cleaned up so the code would compile clean with the -Wall option. Also included is a TODO list, which lists compilation and security issues that need addressing.
Release Notes: The code to do block-copies crashes, and has been removed to temporarily stabilize the code while the feature is completely reimplemented.
Release Notes: The code has been run though indent.