Subject: pkg/15764: Maintainer update: devel/cvsgraph
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Amitai Schlair <email@example.com>
Date: 02/28/2002 17:29:24
>Synopsis: Maintainer update: devel/cvsgraph
>Arrival-Date: Thu Feb 28 09:30:01 PST 2002
>Originator: Amitai Schlair
>Release: NetBSD 1.5.3_ALPHA
Schmonz Enterprises, Inc.
System: NetBSD juice 1.5.3_ALPHA NetBSD 1.5.3_ALPHA (JUICE) #1: Wed Feb 27 14:01:20 EST 2002 schmonz@juice:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/JUICE i386
cvsgraph has been updated to 1.2.0. From the changelog:
* The entire tree can now be drawn upside-down. This is usefull if you have many revisions in a trunk and want to see the latest first. The configuration includes an option 'upside_down' with a boolean argument. You can override the default value on the command-line with the '-u' switch, which will negate the configured value. The imagemap generation also supports this, so you will still be able to point and shoot on and between the revisions.
* You can now instruct CvsGraph to ommit all revisions that are not tagged. This is highly usefull for very large trees/trunks to reduce the produced image size. Note that the first and the last revision in a trunk are not hidden. A new configuration option 'strip_untagged' with boolean argument enables this feature. Alternatively, the command-line provides option '-s' wich negates the value set in the configuration file. You can also strip the first revision if it is untagged using '-S' and/or strip_first_rev.
* The boxes to identify the branches can now be drawn on both sides of the trunk. Configuration option 'branch_dupbox' with boolean argument activates this feature, which is usefull when the tree is drawn upside-down.The command-line option '-b' negated the configured value.
* Configuration no longer requires a configuration file. All options can now be entered on the commandline using '-O'. CvsGraph will still read the configuration file if one is avaliable, but it is no longer an error if none is found.
* If no file is entered on the command-line, then the input is taken from standard input, like all decent *nix programs.
* ViewCVS (http://viewcvs.sourceforge.net) is now officially supporting the use of CvsGraph in their code as of version 0.8. So, no bad hacks needed anymore to get it working, and it always looks nice :-)
* Implemented string drawing using freetype interface of libgd. It looks very nice, but it is significantly slower than gd's standard bitmap fonts. Extra configuration parameters *_ttfont and *_ttsize set font and size. Option use_ttf enables ttf rendering. Note that gd's bitmap fonts are used as a fallback in case where the ttfont contains errors or is not found.
* The branch tag color and font can now be set separately using branch_tag_* configuration options.
* It is now possible to draw the connector lines between the boxes thicker by setting thick_lines to something else than 1. Maximum thickness is limited to lines of 11 pixels wide.
* Transparent backgrounds can now be generated by setting transparent_bg option to true in the configuration.
$ cd /usr/pkgsrc/devel/cvsgraph
$ ftp http://netbsd.schmonz.com/patches/cvsgraph.diff
$ patch -p0 < cvsgraph.diff
This update also reformats Makefile a bit.