their files via a custom do-install target.
developer is officially maintaining the package. The rationale for changing this from "tech-pkg" to "pkgsrc-users" is that it implies that any user can try to maintain the package (by submitting patches to the mailing list). Since the folks most likely to care about the package are the folks that want to use it or are already using it, this would leverage the energy of users who aren't developers.
PKGSRC_USE_TOOLS go away. There is now only a single USE_TOOLS variable that specifies all of the tools we need to build/run the package.
Changes since version 2.14 (Ted 2.16 Apr 18, 2004) * Fixed some bugs, in particular a crash after you deleted a table near the end of a document. Additionally many bugs relating to (foot)notes were fixed. * More navigation keys work like in MS-Word. * Refresh of some of the translations and spelling dictionaries. * Support for a second custom print command to support both ghostview for print preview and xpp for double sided printing. (Ted 2.15 Apr 5, 2004) * Norwegian window texts * Printing (and so pdf conversion) of embedded macpict images * Bug fixes. * Mapping between rtf, PostScript and X11 fonts revisited. Preparations for the integration with the GhostScript font installation. Fonts can be embedded in the printout to print on any printer. * Separated Spanish Spanish texts and Argentinial Spanish texts. * Many fixes to support Central European and Greek files. * Very thoroughly tested by Jonathan Drews and Axel Schwarzer.
Should anybody feel like they could be the maintainer for any of thewe packages, please adjust.
(Ted 2.14 April 6, 2003) * Initial support for Macintosh pict images * Table Headers * Bug in image rendering on 256 color screens solved * Fixes in German package * Brazilian window texts * Tabs in page headers/footers finally saved in such a way that they are picked up by MS-Word 2000 (Ted 2.13 March 15, 2003) * Options for making much more compact PostScript when a document is printed. * Support for smallcaps. * Upgraded the pdfmarks to a version that more recent versions of acroread support. * Default codepage for new documents now is 1252. The defaultAnsicpg resource must be used to set a different one. * Make the print dialog usable when there is a huge number of printers. * Partial implementation of rowspan/colspan of table cells. (Ted 2.12 December 1, 2002) * GTK version is now more mature and even usable. Source Adapted to GTK 2.0 * Solid shading of paragraphs and table cells. * Colored table cell borders, Text colors. * GTK version uses X11 resources for configuration, like the Motif version. * To change the hyperlinks as saved by older versions of Ted to blue and underlined once run the command TED_HYPERLINKS_BLUE=1 Ted old.rtf and save the document.
all dependencies on packages depending on "png" which contain shared libraries, all for the (imminent) update to the "png" package. [List courtesy of John Darrow, courtesy of "bulk-build".]
Changes are unknown, except that it doesn't depend on libungif anymore. XXX: Merge the spellchecking packages? XXX: There are three more for sk, hu, and pl, if anybody cares.