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Number of commits found: 4

Sat, 13 Oct 2012
[ 18:07 hrs ] Original commit   Revision:305844
305844 print/ghostscript9/Makefile
305844 print/ghostscript9/distinfo
305844 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-gs.mak
305844 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-unix-gcc.mak
305844 print/ghostscript9/pkg-plist
Update to 9.06.  Changes include:

 - PDF/A-2 - pdfwrite now supports the creation of PDF/A-2 files.
   Simply specifying "-dPDFA" continues to have the old behaviour of creating
   PDF/A-1b files. For PDF/A-2 the command line should include "-dPDFA=2".

 - pdfwrite "Server mode" - pdfwrite can now be run in "server mode" which
   allows the device to be closed without closing the interpreter. This means
   it is no longer necessary to terminate GS before starting a new PDF
   conversion.

Feature safe:	yes
Sun, 12 Feb 2012
[ 18:10 hrs ] Original commit 
1.8 print/ghostscript9/Makefile
1.2 print/ghostscript9/Makefile.drivers
1.3 print/ghostscript9/distinfo
1.6 print/ghostscript9/files/Makefile.drivers_post
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/Makefile.epag
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-Makefile.in
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-configure.ac
1.3 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-gdevperm.c
1.1 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-gdevplib.c
1.1 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-epag-ert.c

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Update to 9.05.  Changes include:

- Ghostscript's PDF interpreter is now able to make use of the
  DroidSansFallback TrueType font to automatically substitute for
  missing CIDFonts. Whilst it is always best to ensure the
  original CIDFont is available for the best and most accurate
  output, the ability to make an automatic substitution will be
  valuable for those merely viewing or proofing such files.

- This release includes support for a proofing ICC profile. The
  command option is specified using -sProofProfile=filename. With
  this option, the color output will emulate what would be
  obtained had the source file been rendered on a device defined
  by the proofing profile. (See GS9_Color_Management.pdf for
  details.)
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Sun, 15 Jan 2012
[ 08:02 hrs ] Original commit 
1.7 print/ghostscript9/Makefile
1.2 print/ghostscript9/distinfo
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-errors.h
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-gdevperm.c
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-gsicc_create.c
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-lib.mak
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-base-unix-gcc.mak
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-contrib__japanese__gdevdmpr.c
1.2 print/ghostscript9/files/patch-lips:gdevlips.c
1.4 print/ghostscript9/pkg-plist
Update to 9.04.
Mon, 23 May 2011
[ 20:58 hrs ] Original commit 
1.503 print/Makefile
1.1 print/ghostscript9/Makefile
1.1 print/ghostscript9/Makefile.drivers
1.1 print/ghostscript9/distinfo
1.1 print/ghostscript9/files/Makefile.dmprt
1.1 print/ghostscript9/files/Makefile.drivers_post
1.1 print/ghostscript9/files/Makefile.epag
1.1 print/ghostscript9/files/Makefile.pcl3
1.1 print/ghostscript9/files/epag.contrib.mak
1.1 print/ghostscript9/files/lqx70ch.upp

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Add print/ghostscript9, an interpreter of PostScript and PDF page
description languages.  Changes from 8.x series include:

- This release includes a move to an ICC-based color rendering
  workflow. The design allows easy integration of 3rd party color
  management modules (CMMs) and management of DeviceN and spot source
  colors with ICC profiles as well as with non-ICC proprietary
  methods. The default CMM is the well known littleCMS.  Postscript
  color objects and non-ICC CIE-based PDF color spaces are converted
  to equivalent ICC profiles enabling complete color management for
  all color spaces by an ICC-based CMM. New command line options
  enable the specification of gray, rgb and cmyk default ICC profiles
  as well as output device ICC profiles. The new work flow provides
  performance improvements in the rendering of images, shadings and
  transparencies. In addition, the color conversions are designed to
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