Changeset 1127 for www/index.html


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Timestamp:
Sep 28, 2006, 1:16:44 PM (14 years ago)
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Sam Hocevar
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  • More webpage stuff.
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    2323<img src="logo-caca.png" width="128" height="128"
    24      alt="libcaca logo" style="margin: 20px; float: right;" />
     24     alt="libcaca logo" class="caca" />
    2525
    2626<h2> Introduction </h2>
    2727
    28 <p> The libcaca library is a graphics library that outputs text instead of
    29 pixels, so that it can work on older video cards or text terminals. It is not
    30 unlike the famous <a href="http://aa-project.sourceforge.net/aalib/">AAlib</a>
     28<p> <i>libcaca</i> is a graphics library that outputs text instead of pixels,
     29so that it can work on older video cards or text terminals. It is not unlike
     30the famous <a href="http://aa-project.sourceforge.net/aalib/">AAlib</a>
    3131library, with the following improvements:
    3232
     
    5050<h2> Screenshots </h2>
    5151
    52 <p> Here are a few libcaca screenshots. </p>
     52<p> Here are a few <i>libcaca</i> screenshots. </p>
    5353
    5454<table cellspacing="5" border="0">
     
    9494</p>
    9595
    96 <h2> Where is the old libcaca page? </h2>
    97 
    98 <p> libcaca is currently undergoing a massive rewrite, and as such all
    99 previous patches and code examples are broken. Until this is done I have
     96<h2> Where is the old <i>libcaca</i> page? </h2>
     97
     98<p> <i>libcaca</i> is currently undergoing a massive rewrite, and as such
     99all previous patches and code examples are broken. Until this is done I have
    100100decided to put most of this page offline. </p>
    101101
    102 <p> By the way, the old libcaca (all versions up to 0.9) was under the
     102<p> By the way, the old <i>libcaca</i> (all versions up to 0.9) was under the
    103103restrictive LGPL license. Though I got permission from all copyright holders
    104104to relicence the current codebase under the WTFPL, such a permission is not
    105105retroactive and you should consider old versions as still covered by the LGPL.
    106106</p>
    107 
    108 <h2> Developers </h2>
    109 
    110 <p> Important links: </p>
    111 
    112 <ul>
    113   <li> Mailing-list: <a
    114   href="mailto:libcaca&#64;lists.zoy.org">libcaca&#64;lists.zoy.org</a>
    115   (To subscribe, send an email to <a
    116   href="mailto:ecartis&#64;lists.zoy.org">ecartis&#64;lists.zoy.org</a>
    117   containing the words "<code>subscribe libcaca</code>". To unsubscribe, just
    118   use "<code>unsubscribe libcaca</code>".) </li>
    119 
    120   <li> Mailing-list <a href="threads.html">archives</a> </li>
    121 
    122   <li> Subversion repository: <code>svn://svn.zoy.org/libcaca/trunk</code> </li>
    123 
    124   <li> Subversion
    125   <a href="/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/trunk/?root=libcaca">web interface</a> </li>
    126 </ul>
    127107
    128108<!--
     
    375355</p></blockquote>
    376356
    377 <p> I am perfectly aware that libcaca is the waste of time it looks to be. No
    378 need to tell me about that. I urge you to read Théophile Gautier’s preface to
    379 <i>Mademoiselle de Maupin</i>, which also gives an excellent explanation for
    380 the name “libcaca”: </p>
     357<p> I am perfectly aware that <i>libcaca</i> is the waste of time it looks to
     358be. No need to tell me about that. I urge you to read Théophile Gautier’s
     359preface to <i>Mademoiselle de Maupin</i>, which also gives an excellent
     360explanation for the name “libcaca”: </p>
    381361
    382362<blockquote><p>
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