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cadubi

cadubi

cadubi is an open source application written in Perl that allows you to draw text-based images that are viewable on typical Unix-based consoles.

cadubi has a 'pen' which describes the current mode. Properties of the pen are the painting character, foreground color, background color, bold, inverse, and blink. Whenever you paint or use the text mode, the characters drawn on the screen will have the properties of the pen. The current mode of the pen is shown at the bottom of the console and is what will be drawn on screen when you paint.

Cadubi optimizes its output files to display properly and take up as little space as possible. All cadubi output can be viewed with the 'cat' utility.

 cadubi 1.3

Price
Free to download

Size
12.3KB
License

Free software

Developer
Ian Langworth

Website
langworth.com/pub/cadubi/

System Requirements
Perl 5.002 or higher
Term::ReadKey module

Support:
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Features include:

  • pico-like interface with a status bar
  • Text mode that lets you quickly type strings in the current color and or mode
  • Quick Help screen for easy key reference
  • The ability to read any text file with ASCII art

cadubi in action

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