graphical client for Plan 9 CPU servers
Drawterm is a X11 application that allows one to connect to a remote Plan 9 server, usually a CPU server, but a terminal can also be tweaked to receive drawterm clients.
20 March 2013
License: other other Same license as upstream
20 March 2013
other Although the source files don't have proper copyright notice, it's inferred from the webpage, CVS logs and the LICENSE file, which is consistent with all the software released for Plan 9. Text follows:
Copyright (c) 2005 Lucent Technologies Portions Copyright (c) 2005 Russ Cox, MIT
The Plan 9 software is provided under the terms of the Lucent Public License, Version 1.02, reproduced below.
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