Fedora 12 Update: gl2ps-1.3.5-1.fc12

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Fedora Update Notification
2010-07-01 18:08:58

Name        : gl2ps
Product     : Fedora 12
Version     : 1.3.5
Release     : 1.fc12
URL         : http://www.geuz.org/gl2ps/
Summary     : An OpenGL to PostScript printing library
Description :
GL2PS is a C library providing high quality vector output for any
OpenGL application. The main difference between GL2PS and other
similar libraries is the use of sorting algorithms capable of handling
intersecting and stretched polygons, as well as non manifold objects.
GL2PS provides advanced smooth shading and text rendering, culling of
invisible primitives, mixed vector/bitmap output, and much more...

GL2PS can currently create PostScript (PS), Encapsulated PostScript
(EPS) and Portable Document Format (PDF) files, as well as LaTeX files
for the text fragments. Adding new vector output formats should be
relatively easy (and amongst the formats we would be interested in
adding, SVG is first in line). Meanwhile, you can use the excellent
pstoedit program to transform the PostScript files generated by GL2PS
into many other vector formats such as xfig, cgm, wmf, etc.

Update Information:

GL2PS update to latest stable release, upstream changelog:    * added support
for rotated text in PDF output  * fixed PDF image output when compiled in 64 bit
mode  * added cmake configuration    Gabedit update to latest stable release,
upstream changelog:    * Computing of AIM charges [See W. Tang et al J. Phys.
Cond. Matt. 21, 084204(09)]  * Bug fixed for reading beta orbitals form orca
output file.

* Wed Jun 30 2010 Dominik Mierzejewski <rpm at greysector.net> 1.3.5-1
- updated to 1.3.5
- dropped upstreamed patches
- fixed install in libdir
- fixed missing SO version

  [ 1 ] Bug #547458 - gl2ps new version released (1.3.5)

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update gl2ps' at the command line.
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