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Re: netpbm: "Super Stable" -> "Advanced" -- please test
On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 11:52 PM, Thomas Klausner <wiz%netbsd.org@localhost>
> and included html-to-man conversions of the documentation in the package.
This is by far the best news in command-line-generated graphics this week!!!
But testing this with my favorite useless tool in NetPBM shows:
$ man pgmcrater
pgmcrater is obsolete. All it does now is invoke pamcrater,
pamshadedrelief, and pamtopnm. You should use those programs in any
new application, or if you are modifying an old program or process that
does not have to work with a version of Netpbm before 10.68 (September
2014). pgmcrater exists only for backward compatibility.
And although the package does install man-pages for pamcrater and
pamshadedrelief, no such binaries are present. It seems that the code
and the documentation are not in sync. But given the figures (10.68 vs
10.67.04 and September 2014), this is probably just a corner case due
to unfortunate timing.
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