Freesweep is an implementation of the popular minesweeper game, where
one tries to find all the mines without igniting any, based on hints given
by the computer. Unlike most implementations of this game, Freesweep
works in any visual text display - in Linux console, in an xterm, and in
most text-based terminals currently in use.
This will eventually be a readme file. For now, just a list of notes.
Freesweep is licensed under the GNU GPL, version 2 or above. See
the file COPYING, run freesweep with the -g flag, or hit 'g' while playing
the game to see it. The code is copyright Gus Hartmann and Peter Keller.
We need to have some sort of standard header in all the files
the mentions the copyright and GNU GPL.
freesweep - a curses minesweeper-style game
[-% value] [-a] [-f | -i] [-h value] [-m value] [-s]
[-w value] [--alt-charset] [--fast] [--height=value]
[--interactive | --save-prefs] [--mines=value] [--per‐
freesweep (0.90-2) unstable; urgency=low
[ Ansgar Burchardt ]
* Add watch file
* New patch `fsf-address': Correct FSF address in gpl.c
* Remove article from start of short description
[ Paul Wise ]
* Add /var/games dir, since it is used in the postinst (Closes: #489700)
-- Ansgar Burchardt <email@example.com> Wed, 27 Aug 2008 23:35:19 +0200
freesweep (0.90-1) unstable; urgency=low
24 April 1999
Fixed build for Cygwin32 platform - thanks to Alan de Smet
This package has been Debianised by Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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