Update of /cvsroot/fink/dists/10.4/stable/main/finkinfo/x11-wm
In directory vz-cvs-3.sog:/tmp/cvs-serv25633

Modified Files:
        fvwm2.info 
Log Message:
now with bidi support (thanks, dmacks)


Index: fvwm2.info
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/fink/dists/10.4/stable/main/finkinfo/x11-wm/fvwm2.info,v
retrieving revision 1.9
retrieving revision 1.10
diff -u -d -r1.9 -r1.10
--- fvwm2.info  11 May 2009 18:02:00 -0000      1.9
+++ fvwm2.info  28 Nov 2011 03:20:52 -0000      1.10
@@ -1,15 +1,24 @@
 Info2: <<
 Package: fvwm2%type_pkg[-no-gnome]
 Type: -no-gnome (boolean)
-Version: 2.4.20
-Revision: 1003
+Version: 2.6.1
+Revision: 3
 Distribution: (%type_raw[-no-gnome] = .) 10.4, (%type_raw[-no-gnome] = .) 10.5
 Depends: <<
- fvwm-common%type_pkg[-no-gnome] (= %v-%r), x11, readline5-shlibs (>= 
5.0-1004), libstroke-shlibs, gtk+-shlibs, imlib-shlibs (>= 1.9.14-2), gettext,
+ fvwm-common%type_pkg[-no-gnome] (= %v-%r), x11, 
+ readline5-shlibs (>= 5.0-1004), libstroke-shlibs, gtk+-shlibs, gtk+2-shlibs,
+ imlib-shlibs (>= 1.9.14-2), libpng3-shlibs, 
+ libgettext8-shlibs, librsvg2-shlibs, 
+ glib-shlibs, glib2-shlibs, freetype219-shlibs,
+ cairo-shlibs, libncurses5-shlibs, fribidi-shlibs (>= 0.19.2-2),
  (%type_raw[-no-gnome] = .) gnome-libs-shlibs (>= 1.4.2-3)
 <<
 BuildDepends: <<
- libstroke (>= 0.5.1-3), fink (>= 0.24.12), libjpeg, libpng3, libtiff, glib, 
giflib, readline5 (>= 5.0-1004), gtk+, imlib (>= 1.9.14-2), x11-dev, 
gettext-dev,
+ libstroke (>= 0.5.1-3), fink (>= 0.24.12), libjpeg8, libpng3, libtiff, 
+ glib, glib2-dev, freetype219, 
+ giflib, readline5 (>= 5.0-1004), gtk+, gtk+2-dev, imlib (>= 1.9.14-2), 
+ x11-dev, libncurses5, fribidi-dev (>= 0.19.2-2),
+ libgettext8-dev, librsvg2, pkgconfig, libxslt-bin, gettext-tools, cairo, 
  (%type_raw[-no-gnome] = .) audiofile, 
  (%type_raw[-no-gnome] = .) esound, 
  (%type_raw[-no-gnome] = .) orbit-dev, 
@@ -19,10 +28,10 @@
 Conflicts: fvwm2, fvwm2-no-gnome, fvwm-ewmh, fvwm (<= 1.24r-5)
 Replaces: fvwm2, fvwm2-no-gnome, fvwm-ewmh, fvwm-common, fvwm-common-no-gnome, 
fvwm-common-ewmh
 Source: ftp://ftp.fvwm.org/pub/fvwm/version-2/fvwm-%v.tar.gz
-Source-MD5: 3ac10558411c896f3afba285697cf42c
+Source-MD5: c83c185d4241739d8b6161933e810260
 PatchFile: %{ni}.patch
 PatchFile-MD5: a30e94aacc5fcd36e9af2926d7648c33
-ConfigureParams: (%type_raw[-no-gnome] = -no-gnome) --disable-sm 
(%type_raw[-no-gnome] = -no-gnome) --without-gnome --libexecdir='${prefix}/lib' 
--mandir='${prefix}/share/man' 
--with-iconpath=/usr/X11R6/includes/X11/bitmaps:%p/share/bitmaps:%p/share/pixmaps
 --x-includes=/usr/X11R6/include --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib
+ConfigureParams: (%type_raw[-no-gnome] = -no-gnome) --disable-sm 
(%type_raw[-no-gnome] = -no-gnome) --without-gnome --libexecdir='${prefix}/lib' 
--mandir='${prefix}/share/man' --x-includes=/usr/X11R6/include 
--x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib
 CompileScript: <<
  ./configure %c
  make RANLIB="ranlib -c"
@@ -30,13 +39,15 @@
 InstallScript: <<
  #!/bin/sh -ev
  make install prefix=%i
- rm %i/bin/fvwm
- rm %i/bin/fvwm-root
- mv %i/bin/xpmroot %i/bin/fvwm-root
- ln -s %p/bin/fvwm-root %i/bin/xpmroot2
- rm %i/share/man/man1/fvwm-root.1
- mv %i/share/man/man1/xpmroot.1 %i/share/man/man1/fvwm-root.1
- ln -s %p/share/man/man1/fvwm-root.1 %i/share/man/man1/xpmroot2.1
+ pushd %i/bin
+ rm fvwm2
+ mv fvwm fvwm2
+ rm xpmroot
+ ln -s fvwm-root xpmroot2
+ popd
+ pushd %i/share/man/man1
+ ln -s fvwm-root.1 xpmroot2.1
+ popd
  if [ "%type_raw[-no-gnome]" == "." ]; then
    mkdir -p %i/share/gnome/wm-properties 
    install -p -m 644 fvwm2.desktop %i/share/gnome/wm-properties 
@@ -108,6 +119,8 @@
  using the alternatives system.  In the fvwm2/fvwm2-no-gnome/fvwm-ewmh
  packages, we name the executables fvwm2 and fvwm-root and create xpmroot2
  as a symlink to fvwm-root.
+
+ Yes, this package depends on both glib and glib2, and on both gtk+ and gtk+2.
 <<
 Homepage: http://www.fvwm.org/
 Maintainer:  Dave Morrison <d...@finkproject.org>


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