potrace 1.15-1 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

potrace (1.15-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version.
  * The Akamai Technologies paid volunteer days release.
  * Multiarchify patch applied (Closes: #891396)
  * Fixes security bug CVE-2017-12067 (Closes: #870356)
  * Fixes security bug CVE-2017-7263 (Closes: #858763)
  * Bumped Standards-Version (no changes needed).

 -- Bartosz Fenski <email address hidden>  Wed, 02 May 2018 21:19:14 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Bartosz Fenski on 2018-05-19
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Original maintainer:
Bartosz Fenski
Architectures:
any
Section:
graphics
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libpotrace-dev: development files for potrace library

 potrace is a utility for tracing a bitmap, which means, transforming
 a bitmap into a smooth, scalable image.
 .
 libpotrace-dev contains header file needed to compile programs that
 utilize the potrace library.

libpotrace0: library for tracing bitmaps

 potrace is a utility for tracing a bitmap, which means, transforming
 a bitmap into a smooth, scalable image.
 .
 libpotrace0 contains files needed to run programs that utilize the
 potrace library.

libpotrace0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpotrace0
potrace: utility to transform bitmaps into vector graphics

 potrace is a utility for tracing a bitmap, which means, transforming
 a bitmap into a smooth, scalable image. The input is a bitmap (PBM, PGM,
 PPM, or BMP format), and the default output is an encapsulated PostScript
 file (EPS). A typical use is to create EPS files from scanned data, such as
 company or university logos, handwritten notes, etc. The resulting image is
 not "jaggy" like a bitmap, but smooth. It can then be rendered at any
 resolution.
 .
 Potrace can currently produce the following output formats: EPS,
 PostScript, PDF, SVG (scalable vector graphics), DXF, GeoJSON, PGM
 (for easy antialiasing of pixel-based images), Gimppath, and
 XFig. Additional backends might be added in the future.

potrace-dbgsym: debug symbols for potrace