gri 2.12.27-1 source package in Ubuntu


gri (2.12.27-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  - New halfmoon symbols.
  - New version of gri-mode.el:
    - default-fill-column no longer exists in emacs-26
    - Bug fix: "package remove allow for flavour directory already gone",
      thanks to Kevin Ryde (Closes: #711914).
    - Bug fix: "C-u as universal-argument", thanks to Kevin Ryde for the
      report and the patch (Closes: #718452).
    - Bug fix: "paragraph separators for commands", thanks to Kevin Ryde
      for the report and the patch (Closes: #718540).
  - debian/patches deleted as incorporated upstream.

 -- Peter S Galbraith <email address hidden>  Thu, 25 Jun 2020 20:41:17 -0400

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gri: a language for scientific illustration

 Gri is an open-source language for scientific graphics programming. It is
 command-driven, as opposed to point/click. Some users consider Gri similar
 to LaTeX, since both provide extensive power as a reward for tolerating a
 learning curve. The output is industry-standard PostScript as output,
 suitable for inclusion in other documents.
 Gri can make x-y graphs, contour graphs, and image graphs. Fine control is
 provided over all aspects of drawing, e.g. line widths, colors, fonts,
 etc. Greek letters and mathematical symbols are available in a TeX-like
 Folks who write 1000-line Gri scripts usually start with something as
 simple as the following:
   open file.dat # open a file
   read columns x * y # read the 1st column as x and the 3rd as y
   draw curve # draw the data and autoscale the axes
 A full manual is also available in HTML (gri-html-doc package), in
 PDF suitable for printing (gri-pdf-doc package) and on-line by
 following links from the gri home page:

gri-dbgsym: debug symbols for gri