Boxes in the press: boxes got an honorable mention on dancingpenguinsoflight.com.
Samuel Huckins says:
“boxes provides boundless entertainment.”
That’s exaggerated, but very nice.
Version 1.1 is out. Version 1.1 is essentially a maintenance release, which solves all compilation and compatibility issues reported to the author. This mainly affected modern Linuxes. I took the opportunity to also apply all patches that had been submitted, and added tab handling options for leading tabs (see what’s new). Get it from the download page.
Now, I am looking for help with the binary distributions, which should be brought up to level 1.1. Any contributions are greatly appreciated!
A new code snapshot is available on the download page. Most notably, it includes Andreas Heiduk’s (@asheiduk) patch for compilation with present-day flexes.
I finally put some new box designs submitted by users of boxes up on the download page. Also, there is a new patch by Elmar Loos, who added a “repair” option
-m to boxes. Using
-m, you can remove a damaged box and redraw it in one go. And last but not least, Jason Shiffer updated his emacs mode for boxes.
Boxes has moved to a new home: http://boxes.thomasjensen.com/. This will help keep boxes available to you for years to come!
Jason L. Shiffer has just updated his Emacs mode for boxes to automatically adapt to new box styles.
Edward Roper says that the
-traditional flag should be removed from the regexp Makefile to compile on Red Hat Linux 7.0. This minor compilation issue was reported by other Linux people as well. You must do this manually until the next release.