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authorJoonas Niilola <juippis@gentoo.org>2019-11-24 15:34:40 +0200
committerJoonas Niilola <juippis@gentoo.org>2019-11-24 15:35:42 +0200
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media-libs/imlib2: fix trailing whitespace
Package-Manager: Portage-2.3.79, Repoman-2.3.18 Signed-off-by: Joonas Niilola <juippis@gentoo.org>
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diff --git a/media-libs/imlib2/metadata.xml b/media-libs/imlib2/metadata.xml
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+++ b/media-libs/imlib2/metadata.xml
@@ -18,50 +18,50 @@
<flag name="zlib">Zlib loader support</flag>
</use>
<longdescription>
- Imlib 2 is the successor to Imlib. It is not just a newer version - it
- is a completely new library. Imlib2 can be installed alongside Imlib
- 1.x without any problems since they are effectively different libraries
+ Imlib 2 is the successor to Imlib. It is not just a newer version - it
+ is a completely new library. Imlib2 can be installed alongside Imlib
+ 1.x without any problems since they are effectively different libraries
- but they Have very similar functionality.
Imlib2 can do the following:
- * Load image files from disk in one of many formats,
- * Save images to disk in one of many formats,
- * Render image data onto other images,
- * Render images to an X-Windows drawable,
- * Produce pixmaps and pixmap masks of Images,
- * Apply filters to images,
- * Rotate images,
- * Accept RGBA Data for images,
- * Scale images,
- * Alpha blend Images on other images or drawables,
- * Apply color correction and modification tables and factors to
- images,
- * Render images onto images with color correction and modification
- tables,
- * Render truetype anti-aliased text,
- * Render truetype anti-aliased text at any angle,
- * Render anti-aliased lines,
- * Render rectangles,
- * Render linear multi-colored gradients,
- * Cache data intelligently for maximum performance,
- * Allocate colors automatically,
- * Allow full control over caching and color allocation,
- * Provide highly optimized MMX assembly for core routines,
- * Provide plug-in filter interface,
- * Provide on-the-fly runtime plug-in image loading and saving
- interface,
+ * Load image files from disk in one of many formats,
+ * Save images to disk in one of many formats,
+ * Render image data onto other images,
+ * Render images to an X-Windows drawable,
+ * Produce pixmaps and pixmap masks of Images,
+ * Apply filters to images,
+ * Rotate images,
+ * Accept RGBA Data for images,
+ * Scale images,
+ * Alpha blend Images on other images or drawables,
+ * Apply color correction and modification tables and factors to
+ images,
+ * Render images onto images with color correction and modification
+ tables,
+ * Render truetype anti-aliased text,
+ * Render truetype anti-aliased text at any angle,
+ * Render anti-aliased lines,
+ * Render rectangles,
+ * Render linear multi-colored gradients,
+ * Cache data intelligently for maximum performance,
+ * Allocate colors automatically,
+ * Allow full control over caching and color allocation,
+ * Provide highly optimized MMX assembly for core routines,
+ * Provide plug-in filter interface,
+ * Provide on-the-fly runtime plug-in image loading and saving
+ interface,
* Fastest image compositing, rendering and manipulation library for X.
- If what you want isn't in the list above somewhere then likely Imlib 2
- does not do it. If it does it it likely does it faster than any other
- library you can find (this includes gdk-pixbuf, gdkrgb, etc.) primarily
- because of highly optimized code and a smart subsystem that does the
- dirty work for you and picks up the pieces for you so you can be lazy
+ If what you want isn't in the list above somewhere then likely Imlib 2
+ does not do it. If it does it it likely does it faster than any other
+ library you can find (this includes gdk-pixbuf, gdkrgb, etc.) primarily
+ because of highly optimized code and a smart subsystem that does the
+ dirty work for you and picks up the pieces for you so you can be lazy
and let all the optimizations for you.
- Imlib 2 can run without a display, so it can be easily used for
- background image processing for web sites or servers - it only requires
- the X libraries to be installed - that is all - it does not require an
+ Imlib 2 can run without a display, so it can be easily used for
+ background image processing for web sites or servers - it only requires
+ the X libraries to be installed - that is all - it does not require an
XServer to run unless you wish to display images.
</longdescription>
<upstream>