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The NetBSD Packages Collection: graphics/gri

Brief description of the package:
Language for scientific graphics applications

Please read the file "DESCR" for a longer description, or browse the package's history.

This package has a home page at http://gri.sourceforge.net/.

Please note that this package has a gnu-gpl-v3 license.

The package is located in the "graphics/gri" directory. The current source version of the package is "gri-2.12.23nb23". For a summary on how to use the package collection, go to the top of the packages tree.

Problem reports, updates or suggestions for this package should be reported with send-pr.

The following security vulnerabilities are known for graphics/gri :

If you have a vulnerable package installed on any machine, you are advised to remove the package immediately, using the standard package tools. The pkg_admin audit command locates any installed package which has been mentioned in security advisories as being vulnerable.

This package requires the following package(s) to build: ghostscript>=6.01 ghostscript-agpl-[0-9]* ghostscript-fonts>=6.0 cwrappers>=20150314 perl>=5.0 fontconfig>=2.11.91 libuuid>=2.18 freetype2>=2.8.1 freetype2>=2.1.3 fontconfig>=2.1nb2 freetype2>=2.10.0 libidn>=0.4.6 jbig2dec>=0.16 lcms2>=2.2 jpeg>=8nb1 tiff>=3.6.1 jbigkit>=2.0 jpeg>=9 tiff>=4.0.3nb5 openjpeg>=2.1.0 png>=1.2.4 png>=1.6.0nb1 libpaper>=1.1.22 fontconfig>=2.13.0 libidn>=1.20nb1 x11-links>=1.31 osabi-NetBSD-8.0_STABLE netcdf>=3.5 hdf5>=1.8.7 libaec>=1.0.4 curl>=7.12.3 libidn2>=2.0.0 libunistring>=0.9.3 libunistring>=0.9.4 nghttp2>=1.0.0 python37>=3.7 libffi>=1.20 libffi>=3.0.11 readline>=2.2 readline>=6.0 python37>=3.7.0 libxml2>=2.6.2 xmlcatmgr>=2.0beta1 libxml2>=2.8.0nb2 nghttp2>=1.39.2nb1 hdf5>=1.8.11 curl>=7.65.3nb3 popt>=1.7nb3 netcdf>=4.6.1nb5 popt>=1.16nb1 ImageMagick-[0-9]* pkgconf-[0-9]* liblqr>=0.4.1 glib2>=2.4.0 pcre>=3.4nb1 pcre>=8.30nb1 meson-[0-9]* ninja-build-[0-9]* re2c>=0.11.3 py37-setuptools>=0.8 py37-expat-[0-9]* python37>=3.7.5 glib2>=2.34.0 libltdl>=2.4.2 libwebp>=0.2.0 giflib>=5.1.0 fftw>=3.0 ghostscript>=8.63nb1 liblqr>=0.4.1nb5 libltdl>=2.2.6 libwebp>=0.6.0 fftw>=3.1nb1 ghostscript>=9.05nb19 dvipsk-[0-9]* tex-dvips>=2013 kpathsea>=3.5.7 kpathsea>=6.2.1 kpathsea>=6.0.0 tex-tetex-[0-9]* dialog>=1.0 kpathsea-[0-9]* tex-kpathsea>=2012nb1 tex-texlive.infra-[0-9]* tex-tex-[0-9]* tex-plain-[0-9]* tex-amsfonts-[0-9]* tex-tetex>=3.0.25424 tex-cm-[0-9]* tex-hyphen-base-[0-9]* tex-knuth-lib-[0-9]* web2c-[0-9]* ptexenc>=1.3.7 zziplib>=0.10.82 cairo>=1.0.0nb2 Xrender>=0.2 xorgproto>=2016.1 Xrender>=0.8.2 libxcb>=1.6 libXdmcp>=0.99 libXau>=1.0 xcb-proto>=1.13 xcb-proto>=1.4 lzo>=2.01 pixman>=0.30.0 pixman>=0.25.2 Xrender>=0.9.0nb1 mpfr>=2.0.3 gmp>=5.0 gmp>=4.2.1 gmp>=5.0.1 poppler>=0.5.1 cairo>=1.16.0 ptexenc>=1.1.1 zziplib>=0.13.56 mpfr>=4.0.0 poppler>=0.82.0 poppler-includes>=0.22.2 poppler-includes>=0.82.0 tex-tetex>=3.0.27774 p5-Perl4-CoreLibs-[0-9]* perl>=5.30.0 perl<5.32.0 p5-Module-Build>=0.42050 p5-inc-latest-[0-9]* .

This package requires the following package(s) to run: ghostscript>=6.01 ghostscript-agpl-[0-9]* ghostscript-fonts>=6.0 perl>=5.0 fontconfig>=2.11.91 libuuid>=2.18 freetype2>=2.8.1 freetype2>=2.1.3 fontconfig>=2.1nb2 freetype2>=2.10.0 libidn>=0.4.6 jbig2dec>=0.16 lcms2>=2.2 jpeg>=8nb1 tiff>=3.6.1 jbigkit>=2.0 jpeg>=9 tiff>=4.0.3nb5 openjpeg>=2.1.0 png>=1.2.4 png>=1.6.0nb1 libpaper>=1.1.22 fontconfig>=2.13.0 libidn>=1.20nb1 netcdf>=3.5 hdf5>=1.8.7 libaec>=1.0.4 curl>=7.12.3 libidn2>=2.0.0 libunistring>=0.9.3 libunistring>=0.9.4 nghttp2>=1.0.0 python37>=3.7 libffi>=1.20 libffi>=3.0.11 python37>=3.7.0 libxml2>=2.6.2 xmlcatmgr>=2.0beta1 libxml2>=2.8.0nb2 nghttp2>=1.39.2nb1 hdf5>=1.8.11 curl>=7.65.3nb3 popt>=1.7nb3 netcdf>=4.6.1nb5 popt>=1.16nb1 .

This package supports the following build-time options:

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