source: libcaca/trunk/debian/control @ 323

Last change on this file since 323 was 323, checked in by Sam Hocevar, 17 years ago
  • test/spritedit.c: + Moved spritedit to the test/ directory, because it is not mature enough.
  • libcaca.spec debian/control debian/rules: + Do not install caca-spritedit.
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1Source: libcaca
2Section: libs
3Priority: optional
4Maintainer: Sam Hocevar (Debian packages) <sam+deb@zoy.org>
5Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 4.0), libncurses5-dev, slang1-dev, xlibs-dev, libimlib2-dev, doxygen, tetex-bin, tetex-extra
6Standards-Version: 3.6.1.0
7
8Package: libcaca-dev
9Section: libdevel
10Architecture: any
11Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, libncurses5-dev, slang1-dev, xlibs-dev
12Description: development files for libcaca
13 libcaca is the Colour AsCii Art library. It provides high level functions
14 for colour text drawing, simple primitives for line, polygon and ellipse
15 drawing, as well as powerful image to text conversion routines.
16 .
17 This package contains the header files and static libraries needed to
18 compile applications or shared objects that use libcaca.
19
20Package: caca-utils
21Section: utils
22Architecture: any
23Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}
24Conflicts: libcaca-dev (<= 0.3-1)
25Replaces: libcaca-dev (<= 0.3-1)
26Description: text mode graphics utilities
27 This package contains utilities and demonstration programs for libcaca, the
28 Colour AsCii Art library.
29 .
30 cacaview is a simple image viewer for the terminal. It opens most image
31 formats such as JPEG, PNG, GIF etc. and renders them on the terminal using
32 ASCII art. The user can zoom and scroll the image, set the dithering method
33 or enable anti-aliasing.
34 .
35 cacaball is a tiny graphic program that renders animated ASCII metaballs on
36 the screen, cacafire is a port of AALib's aafire and displays burning ASCII
37 art flames, and cacademo is a simple application that shows the libcaca
38 rendering features such as line and ellipses drawing, triangle filling and
39 sprite blitting.
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