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Re: heads up: ghostscript
Le 17/03/13 00:10, David Holland a écrit :
ghostscript has been rearranged so there are now ghostscript-gpl and
ghostscript-agpl packages. If you don't like the GNU AGPL, as many
people don't, the previous GPL package is ghostscript-gpl. If you
don't care, ghostscript-agpl is the newest.
I think I updated everything that depends on ghostscript, but I may
have missed something or broken some of them. If problems crop up, let
me know or file a PR (as usual).
Many of those packages could use further attention but the amount of
time I have before the quarterly freeze is very limited. :-/
Note: I did *not* bump the PKGREVISION of things that use ghostscript
via the tools framework. It is probable that someone should hunt down
everything that creates a runtime dependency on one of the ghostscript
tools (that is, USE_TOOLS+=gs:run, etc.) and bump those packages, but
so far I haven't done it.
If I messed up anything else or did it all wrong, please let me know
and/or just fix it.
By the way, even in absence of the libiconv selection(see previous
discussion), the following bugfix (typo) is still not applied to either
-CONFIGURE_ARGS+= -with-omni=no # otherwise pulls in libstdc++
+CONFIGURE_ARGS+= --with-omni=no # otherwise pulls in libstdc++
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