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Re: epstool 3.07 packaged for cygwin
>>>>> antiskid56-cygwin writes:
> Since I announced my intention to package epstool 3.06, upstream released 3.07.
> I have uploaded binary and source packages for 3.07, as well as proposed
> setup.hint, to
> I checked that the binary runs fine, the documentation is properly installed,
> the binary builds from the source, and the source patch recovers the upstream
> distribution. I am using "Method One" of source packaging, ie, follow the
> instructions in README to build the binary package.
> Could you please check the source and binary packaging against cygwin
> standards, and tell me whether it is OK.
o /usr/man should be /usr/share/man
o /usr/share/doc/epstool should be /usr/share/doc/epstool-3.07
o /usr/bin/epstool.exe should be stripped
o gsview.css from the src package is missing in the doc directory
diff -u setup.hint.orig setup.hint
--- setup.hint.orig 2005-01-13 07:36:38.271180800 +0100
+++ setup.hint 2005-01-13 07:56:29.353873600 +0100
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
sdesc:"Edit preview images and fix bounding boxes in EPS files"
-ldesc:"Edit preview images and fix bounding boxes in EPS files"
+ldesc:"Edit preview images and fix bounding boxes in EPS files.
Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) files may contain a preview to be used
by programs that can't interpret the PostScript code. epstool can
create and extract such previews. epstool can also calculate an optimal
Fix this and it's ready to be uploaded.
> James R. Phillips