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[libcaca] Re: libcaca 0.99.beta2
OH MANNN :(
Why ARE YOU MAKING NEW STUFFS!!11111111
Now I have to install it, groan!
:( I hate computers, they are new too.
I'm going to break mine.
You've ruined my life.
--- Sam Hocevar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello gentlemen. This is a beta release of
> libcaca for the world to
> see what has been going on for the last two years.
> It is not ready yet
> for production use, but the API is almost frozen and
> it is very close
> interface-wise to the final 1.0 product.
> Download the 0.99.beta2 version here:
> From the changelog:
> - ANSI importer
> - functions use errno for error reporting
> - updated C++ bindings
> - .NET bindings
> - cacadraw, an ANSI viewer that will evolve into an
> - Unicode input and output support for SLang and
> - built-in fonts work on Win32
> People who wrote bindings for various languages
> are encouraged to
> update them. People who maintain applications that
> use libcaca should
> update them. Developer documentation can be found
> There is also a small migration document:
> People who complain that this announcement is
> almost identical to the
> one sent for beta1 will be ignored.
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