poster 1:20050907-1 source package in Ubuntu

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poster (1:20050907-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Daniel Hermann ]
  * New upstream version introducing command line options necessary for
    kdeprint (Closes: #379378, #379422, #464096)
  * reapplying patches that previously fixed #255718, #323535
  * not applying patch that previously fixed #339038, since it no
    longer fixes the problem. Instead introducing "/setpagedevice {
    pop } def" (line 968), taken from diff between 19990428 and 20050907).
  * could not check #361088, test file no longer available
  * multi-page poster printing may be broken to allow for non-DSC-compliant
    single-page poster printing (e.g. containing "%%Page:" comments from
    embedded EPS images).

 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Fri,  02 May 2008 02:22:57 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync on 2008-05-03
Uploaded to:
Intrepid
Original maintainer:
Peter S Galbraith
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
text
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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poster: Create large posters out of PostScript pages

 Poster takes a one-page PostScript file and scales it to a specified
 size. It can tile the resulting image into multiple smaller pages
 that can be pasted together to form the big poster. Poster prefers
 EPS as its input although freer forms of PostScript are also
 understood.