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   2013-12-03 20:55:56 by Min Sik Kim | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Update tex-epstopdf{,-doc} to 2.20

Changes:
    * New command line argument --(no)safer which allows setting
      -dNOSAFER instead of -dSAFER (only for non-restricted).
    * New command line argument --pdfsettings for
      Ghostscript's -dPDFSETTINGS.
    * New command line argument --(no)quiet.
    * New command line argument --device for specifying a differnt
      Ghostscript device (limited set of devices for restricted mode).
    * New command line arguments --gsopts and --gsopt for adding
      Ghostscript options.
    * Full support of ghostscript's option -r, DPIxDPI added.
    * Support for DOS EPS binary files (TN 5002) added.
    * Removes PJL commands at start of file.
    * explain option naming conventions (= defaults for Getopt::Long).
    * use /usr/bin/env, since Ruby has apparently required #! for years,
      and we rely on it for our other scripts, so why not.
    * uselessly placate -w.  Debian bug 672281.
   2013-05-31 14:42:58 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2880)
Log message:
Bump all packages for perl-5.18, that
a) refer 'perl' in their Makefile, or
b) have a directory name of p5-*, or
c) have any dependency on any p5-* package

Like last time, where this caused no complaints.
   2013-04-24 12:06:53 by Steven Drake | Files touched by this commit (38)
Log message:
Revbump for all packages that have USE_TOOLS+=gs
   2012-10-03 23:59:10 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2798)
Log message:
Bump all packages that use perl, or depend on a p5-* package, or
are called p5-*.

I hope that's all of them.
   2011-10-26 22:33:02 by Min Sik Kim | Files touched by this commit (5) | Imported package
Log message:
Import tex-epstopdf-2.16 as graphics/tex-epstopdf.

Epstopdf is a Perl script that converts an EPS file to an 'encapsulated'
PDF file (a single page file whose media box is the same as the original
EPS's bounding box). The resulting file suitable for inclusion by PDFTeX
as an image. The script is adapted to run both on Windows and on
Unix-alike systems. The script makes use of Ghostscript for the actual
conversion to PDF. It assumes Ghostscript version 6.51 or later, and (by
default) suppresses its automatic rotation of pages where most of the
text is not horizontal. LaTeX users may make use of the epstopdf
package, which will run the epstopdf script "on the fly", thus giving
the illusion that PDFLaTeX is accepting EPS graphic files.


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