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non port: editors/calligra/files/patch-filters_karbon_pdf_SvgOutputDev.cpp

Number of commits found XX: 2

Fri, 1 Nov 2019
[ 21:51 tcberner ] Original commit   Revision:516270
516270 converters/pdf2djvu/Makefile
516270 converters/pdf2djvu/files/patch-gentoo_pdf2djvu-0.9.12-poppler-0.82-4.patch
516270 converters/pdf2djvu/files/
516270 converters/pdf2djvu/files/
516270 converters/pdf2djvu/files/patch-pdf-unicode.hh
516270 databases/kbibtex/Makefile
516270 deskutils/calibre/Makefile
516270 deskutils/gourmet/Makefile
516270 deskutils/lumina-pdf/Makefile
516270 deskutils/recoll/Makefile

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graphics/poppler: update to 0.82.0

Release 0.82.0:
         * Fix not being able to open some files. Issue #832
         * Fix crashes in malformed files
         * Fix memory leak on broken files
         * Minor performance improvements
         * Minor code improvements

         * Add poppler_document_new_from_bytes
         * PopplerAttachment: Silence deprecation warnings for ctime/mtime

        build system:
         * pdf-inspector: Support builddir != srcdir
         * Install Cairo* headers if Cairo has been found

Thanks to adridg@ for fixing all the fallout.

Exp-run by:	antoine
PR:		241532
Approved by:	gnome (kwm, implicit)
Sun, 16 Dec 2018
[ 15:10 tcberner ] Original commit   Revision:487596
487596 MOVED
487596 databases/kbibtex/Makefile
487596 editors/calligra/Makefile
487596 editors/calligra/files/patch-debian_poppler-0.69.patch
487596 editors/calligra/files/patch-filters_karbon_pdf_PdfImport.cpp
487596 editors/calligra/files/patch-filters_karbon_pdf_SvgOutputDev.cpp
487596 editors/calligra/files/patch-filters_karbon_pdf_SvgOutputDev.h
487596 editors/libreoffice/Makefile
487596 editors/libreoffice/files/patch-archgit_poppler-0.70.patch
487596 editors/libreoffice/files/patch-archgit_poppler-0.71.patch

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Update poppler to 0.72

This update brings many changes
- the build system has switched to cmake
- some ports needed to be switched to use their bundled
  version of poppler:
  - print/tex-luatex (r487226)
  - print/tex-xetex (r487226)
  - editors/opeonffice-devel
- Qt4 support has been dropped
  - print/frescobaldi has been removed for this reason.
- most of the added patches can be removed with the next
  upgrade of the concerning port.

PR:		233452
Exp-run by:	antoine
Approved by:	gnome (kwm)
Differential Revision:

Number of commits found XX: 2

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