[Scribus] Version and Code
Sun Apr 27 15:24:58 CEST 2003
I've just commited to CVS a small change which records the date and time
of the version build. The current version (I have looks like this)
Scribus Version 0.9.10
Build-ID: 12:38:16 Apr 27 2003 F-C-C-*
The F-C-C-* stands for
* always means "is not present"
F - freetype
C - CMS
C - CUPS
T - TIFF
Now the date and time will alter with each compilation, but that has an
advantage that as Franz (and I) usually commit daily, we can trace the
code back to a specific version. Possibly not the best way of doing it,
I'm playing with the colour system for font colours so that instead of
the 7 you now have the extra CMYK option. If it works, I'll commit the
Would it be useful if I placed a compiled binary on a website somewhere
so everyone (on this list) can benefit from the changes? It would *only*
be the executable. You will need to have CUPS, LittleCMS and FreeType on
The world is throwing away oppressive regimes
Which don't allow people to choose.
Wars are fought to topple these people.
Yet the folks who do this, still use Windows.
Double standards or not understanding why they did it?
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