Updated: {pstoedit/libpstoedit0/pstoedit-devel}-3.62-1: A tool converting PostScript and PDF files into various vector graphic formats

Dr. Volker Zell dr.volker.zell@oracle.com
Mon Sep 9 13:44:00 GMT 2013


New versions of 'pstoedit/libpstoedit0/pstoedit-devel' have been uploaded to a server near you.

 o Upgrade to latest upstream version
 o Build for cygwin 1.7.25 with gcc-4.7.3
 o Backend generating PowerPoint pptx files not yet enabled

pstoedit NEWS:

 new backend generating PowerPoint pptx files contributed by Scott Pakin. Big thanks!!! This backend uses the zip library http://www.nih.at/libzip/ .
 improved handling of composite fonts, especially those having FMapType other than 2
 fixed a bug in detecting rectangles.
 improved bounding box tracing in case of text (but it is still not perfect).
 changed the creation of filenames when using the -split option. Related to that there is new option -pagenumberformat. See manual for more details.
 fixed a bug in passing generic libplot arguments to the libplot drivers.
 improved support for 64-bit systems related the integration of pstoedit to gsview.
 include a version info resource in pstoedit's windows exe and DLLs.
 include a work-around for a Hurd specific problem with dlclose.


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