exult 1.2-15.2 source package in Ubuntu


exult (1.2-15.2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Non-maintainer upload to help for libpng transition
  * Allow building with libpng 1.5. Thanks to Iwamatsu Nobuhiro
    for the patch. Closes: #649549
  * Build-Depends on libpng-dev. Closes: #662319
  * Lintian cleaning:
    - drop debian/files in clean rule
    - add build-arch and build-indep build rules

 -- Christian Perrier <email address hidden>  Thu, 15 Mar 2012 22:21:27 +0100

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Jordà Polo on 2012-03-17
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exult-studio: tools for editing and viewing exult games

   expack - Command line tool for creating and extracting Flex (.flx)
                  files. Flex files are used by Ultima 7 to store most
                  of its data.
   splitshp - Command line tool to take a multi-frame shp file and
                  split it into its individual frames.
   shp2pcx - Command line tool to convert shp files to pcx format;
                  the shp files can be extracted using expack.
   ucxt - Tool to translate usecode back into `human readable',
                  roughly assembly like code. The output can be presented
                  in a variety of different format, including one which
                  will, later, have a suitable compiler back into usecode.
   ucc - A usecode compiler.
   exult_studio - An editor for games using the Exult engine.
 These are all works in progress.
 A GIMP plugin is provided, so that if you have the GIMP installed you
 can edit and create game graphics with it.