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non port: head/print/ghostscript9/files/lqx70ch.upp
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Mon, 23 May 2011
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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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