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Source: xfig
Section: graphics
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Roland Rosenfeld <roland@debian.org>
Standards-Version: 4.4.1
Build-Depends: debhelper-compat (= 12),
               desktop-file-utils,
               dpkg (>= 1.7.2),
               fig2dev,
               groff,
               imagemagick,
               libjpeg-dev,
               libpng-dev,
               libx11-dev,
               libxaw7-dev,
               libxi-dev,
               libxpm-dev,
               libxt-dev,
               man-db,
               xaw3dg-dev (>= 1.5+E-2),
               xutils-dev
Homepage: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mcj/
Vcs-Git: https://salsa.debian.org/debian/xfig.git
Vcs-Browser: https://salsa.debian.org/debian/xfig
Rules-Requires-Root: no

Package: xfig
Architecture: any
Depends: fig2dev | transfig (>= 1:3.2.5-alpha4-1),
         sensible-utils,
         ${misc:Depends},
         ${shlibs:Depends}
Recommends: xfig-libs
Suggests: cups-client | lpr,
          ghostscript,
          gimp,
          gsfonts-x11 (>= 0.7),
          netpbm,
          spell,
          xfig-doc (>= 1:3.2.5-alpha4-1)
Breaks: transfig (<< 1:3.2.5-alpha4-1), xfig-doc (<< 1:3.2.5-alpha4-1)
Description: Facility for Interactive Generation of figures under X11
 XFig is a menu-driven tool that allows the user to draw and
 manipulate objects interactively in an X window.  The resulting
 pictures can be saved.  If the fig2dev program is installed, which is
 contained in the fig2dev package, the pictures can be printed on
 postscript printers or converted to a variety of other formats (e.g.
 to allow inclusion in LaTeX documents or web pages).
 .
 This package contains the xfig program itself.
 .
 You should think about installing the fig2dev package to export the
 graphics to several common formats.  You should also think about
 installing xfig-doc, which contains the documentation and xfig-libs,
 which contains several clip art libraries.

Package: xfig-doc
Section: doc
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Suggests: firefox-esr | www-browser, xfig, xpdf | pdf-viewer
Description: XFig on-line documentation and examples
 XFig is a menu-driven tool that allows the user to draw and
 manipulate objects interactively in an X window.  The resulting
 pictures can be saved.  If the fig2dev program is installed, which is
 contained in the fig2dev package, the pictures can be printed on
 postscript printers or converted to a variety of other formats (e.g.
 to allow inclusion in LaTeX documents or web pages).
 .
 This package contains on-line documentation in HTML and PDF formats
 as well as the graphics examples distributed with XFig.

Package: xfig-libs
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Suggests: xfig (>= 1:3.2.5-alpha4-1)
Breaks: xfig (<< 1:3.2.5-alpha4-1)
Multi-Arch: foreign
Description: XFig image libraries and examples
 XFig is a menu-driven tool that allows the user to draw and
 manipulate objects interactively in an X window.  The resulting
 pictures can be saved.  If the fig2dev program is installed, which is
 contained in the fig2dev package, the pictures can be printed on
 postscript printers or converted to a variety of other formats (e.g.
 to allow inclusion in LaTeX documents or web pages).
 .
 This package contains several clip art libraries including arrows,
 flowcharts, charts, labels, knitting, GUI, chemical process
 flowsheets, logic, digital signal processing, Entity Relationship
 diagrams, UML, electronic, electrical, hospital equipment, structural
 analysis, optics, audiovisual objects, computers, networks,
 mechanical (DIN), music, welding, office equipment, furniture,
 buildings, flags, maps and several examples.