graphicsmagick 1.3.12-1build1 source package in Ubuntu

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graphicsmagick (1.3.12-1build1) oneiric; urgency=low

  * Rebuild for Perl 5.12.
 -- Colin Watson <email address hidden>   Mon, 09 May 2011 00:14:11 +0100

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Colin Watson on 2011-05-08
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Oneiric
Original maintainer:
Daniel Kobras
Architectures:
any
Section:
graphics
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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graphicsmagick: No summary available for graphicsmagick in ubuntu oneiric.

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graphicsmagick-imagemagick-compat: image processing tools providing ImageMagick interface

 GraphicsMagick provides a set of command-line applications to manipulate
 image files. It is a fork of the ImageMagick project and therefore offers
 a similar set of features, but puts a larger emphasis on stability.
 .
 With this package installed, the GraphicsMagick command line tools can
 be executed like their ImageMagick counterparts. It allows to migrate
 scripts from ImageMagick to GraphicsMagick without any code changes.

graphicsmagick-libmagick-dev-compat: image processing libraries providing ImageMagick interface

 GraphicsMagick provides libraries in several programming languages to read,
 write and manipulate image files across a large number of formats, from the
 widely used jpeg, tiff, bmp or xpm to special-purpose formats such as fits or
 image formats found on some photo CDs. There are functions for finegrained
 image processing tasks, as well as conversion routines between the various
 image formats.
 .
 The GraphicsMagick libraries are a fork of ImageMagick and therefore offer
 programming interfaces that are mostly compatible. While there might be
 small differences, experience tells that many programs only use a compatible
 subset and build fine with either GraphicsMagick or ImageMagick.
 .
 While GraphicsMagick uses different names for libraries, classes, and
 helper applications in order to coexist with ImageMagick, this package
 intends to minimise porting efforts by exporting the GraphicsMagick
 interface with the usual ImageMagick names. Note that this package only
 tries to provide build-time compatibility. Run-time libraries of
 ImageMagick and GraphicsMagick are incompatible and cannot be interchanged.
 .
 This package includes compatibility wrappers for the C, C++, and Perl
 libraries.

libgraphics-magick-perl: No summary available for libgraphics-magick-perl in ubuntu oneiric.

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libgraphicsmagick++1-dev: format-independent image processing - C++ development files

 GraphicsMagick provides libraries in several programming languages to read,
 write and manipulate image files across a large number of formats, from the
 widely used jpeg, tiff, bmp or xpm to special-purpose formats such as fits or
 image formats found on some photo CDs. There are functions for finegrained
 image processing tasks, as well as conversion routines between the various
 image formats.
 .
 The GraphicsMagick library is a fork of ImageMagick and therefore offers
 an interface that is similar in features, but intended to be more stable
 across releases. While compatibility does not go so far that the
 GraphicsMagick library serves as a drop-in replacement for ImageMagick,
 conversion can usually be done with little effort.
 .
 This package contains the C++ development headers and library files needed to
 compile programs using the GraphicsMagick++ library.

libgraphicsmagick++3: format-independent image processing - C++ shared library

 GraphicsMagick provides libraries in several programming languages to read,
 write and manipulate image files across a large number of formats, from the
 widely used jpeg, tiff, bmp or xpm to special-purpose formats such as fits or
 image formats found on some photo CDs. There are functions for finegrained
 image processing tasks, as well as conversion routines between the various
 image formats.
 .
 The GraphicsMagick library is a fork of ImageMagick and therefore offers
 an interface that is similar in features, but intended to be more stable
 across releases. While compatibility does not go so far that the
 GraphicsMagick library serves as a drop-in replacement for ImageMagick,
 conversion can usually be done with little effort.
 .
 This package contains the C++ libraries needed to run executables that use
 the GraphicsMagick++ library.

libgraphicsmagick1-dev: No summary available for libgraphicsmagick1-dev in ubuntu oneiric.

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libgraphicsmagick3: format-independent image processing - C shared library

 GraphicsMagick provides libraries in several programming languages to read,
 write and manipulate image files across a large number of formats, from the
 widely used jpeg, tiff, bmp or xpm to special-purpose formats such as fits or
 image formats found on some photo CDs. There are functions for finegrained
 image processing tasks, as well as conversion routines between the various
 image formats.
 .
 The GraphicsMagick library is a fork of ImageMagick and therefore offers
 an interface that is similar in features, but intended to be more stable
 across releases. While compatibility does not go so far that the
 GraphicsMagick library serves as a drop-in replacement for ImageMagick,
 conversion can usually be done with little effort.
 .
 This package contains the C libraries needed to run executables that use
 the GraphicsMagick library.