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non port: print/qpdf/files/patch-configure
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Number of commits found: 2

Sun, 20 Mar 2016
[ 11:26 tijl ] Original commit   Revision:411436
411436 print/cups-filters/Makefile
411436 print/qpdf/Makefile
411436 print/qpdf/distinfo
411436 print/qpdf/files/patch-configure
411436 print/qpdf/files/patch-include_QPDFExc.hh
411436 print/qpdf/files/patch-include_QUtil.hh
411436 print/qpdf/files/patch-include_qpdf_QPDF.hh
411436 print/qpdf/files/patch-libtests-build.mk
411436 print/qpdf/files/patch-make-libtool.mk
411436 print/qpdf/pkg-plist
- Update print/qpdf to 6.0.0.
- Remove bash dependency.
- Remove SDK option.  It was added to prevent installation of headers
  because they sometimes cause build conflicts with newer versions of qpdf
  due to incorrect order of -I flags.  This has been fixed now.
- Add DOCS option.
- Replace patch-configure with CPPFLAGS/LIBS and a post-patch command in
  the Makefile to take into account ${LOCALBASE} and ${MAKE_CMD}.
- Remove patches that have been fixed upstream.
- Add a patch for libtest/build.mk to change the order of LIBS and
  LIBS_libqpdf.  LIBS may contain user supplied -L flags like
  -L/usr/local/lib which have to appear after upstream -L flags so programs
  are linked against freshly built libraries on not an older version in
  /usr/local/lib.  The other build.mk files already do this right.
- Add a patch for make/libtool.mk to change the order of $ldflags and $libs.
  Upstream puts -L flags in $ldflags.

PR:		207751
Approved by:	d.y.kazarov@mail.ru (maintainer)
Sat, 16 Feb 2013
[ 23:29 pawel ] Original commit   Revision:312391
312391 print/Makefile
312391 print/qpdf
312391 print/qpdf/Makefile
312391 print/qpdf/distinfo
312391 print/qpdf/files
312391 print/qpdf/files/patch-configure
312391 print/qpdf/pkg-descr
312391 print/qpdf/pkg-plist
QPDF is a program that can be used to linearize (web-optimize),
encrypt (password-protect), decrypt, and inspect PDF files from the
command-line.  It does these and other structural, content-preserving
transformations on PDF files, reading a PDF file as input and
creating a new one as output.  It also provides many useful
capabilities to developers of PDF-producing software or for people
who just want to look at the innards of a PDF file to learn more
about how they work.

QPDF understands PDF files that use compressed object streams
(supported by newer PDF applications) and can convert such files into
those that can be read with older viewers.  It can also be used for
checking PDF files for structural errors, inspecting stream contents,
or extracting objects from PDF files.  QPDF is not PDF content
creation or viewing software -- it does not have the capability to
create PDF files from scratch or to display PDF files.

WWW: http://qpdf.sourceforge.net

PR:		ports/174982
Submitted by:	Dmitry Kazarov <d.y.kazarov@mail.ru>

Number of commits found: 2

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