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README.Debian

graphviz for Debian
-------------------

  * Various examples are available in the graphviz-doc package,
    shipped under /usr/share/doc/graphviz/examples. It might be needed
    to adjust some paths to make the demo scripts work out of the box,
    patches are welcome.
  * One might also be interested in the contrib/ directory of the
    source package. Note that starting with 2.16.1-1, the diffimg
    utility is built and shipped in the graphviz package.
  * Original notes about packages suggested by graphviz:
     - The msttcorefonts package is suggested so that TrueType fonts
       are available if necessary.
     - The gsfonts package is suggested in case X isn't installed,
       since it contains default fonts.
  * Those notes were kept verbatim and probably need an update, like
    the package relationships themselves. Comments are welcome in the
    meanwhile.
  * A “global” manpage (graphviz.7) is available so that one can
    easily find all graphviz-related binaries and their role. Thanks
    again to Joachim Berdal Haga <jbh@lupus.ig3.net> for having
    proposed such a list.
  * For references, from the 2.12-4 upload (Thu, 09 Aug 2007): Java
    and C# bindings (#360970 and #360977) are not planned at the
    moment, given the restrictions on the architectures on which they
    are available. Anyway, any tested patch is welcome to add them.

 -- Cyril Brulebois <cyril.brulebois@enst-bretagne.fr>, Thu, 14 Feb 2008 14:15:32 +0100