Ming is an SWF (Flash) file format output library.
It is written in C, with wrappers for C++, Perl, Python,
PHP and experimental support for Ruby and Java.
This package contains the Opensymbol Font in the ming format.
ming (1:0.4.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New Upstream Release
-- Stuart R. Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sat, 06 Feb 2010 23:06:39 -0500
ming (1:0.4.2-5) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release 0.4.2 move to unstable (Closes: #509401)
* Add missing man pages
* Fix problem with newer bison (Closes: #519406)
* Gif library transition (Closes: #487845)
* Deal with a FTBFS (
2010-01-12 09:23 strk
* test/: Action/test01.php, Action/test02.php, Bitmap/test01.php,
BrowserFont/test01.php, Button/test02.php, Filter/test01.php,
Filter/test02.php, Filter/test03.php, Filter/test04.php,
Filter/test05.php, Font/test01.php, Font/test02.php,
Font/test03.php, Font/test04.php, Font/test05.php,
Morph/test01.php, Morph/test02.php, Movie/Background/test01.php,
This package was first debianized by Stuart R. Anderson <email@example.com>
on Fri Aug 11 08:37:38 EDT 2006.
It was built by converting the fonts installed by the ttf-opensymbol package.
The opensymbol fonts were built from the ttf-opensymbol package, which contains fonts
which contain the following copyright notice:
This product is made available subject to the terms of GNU Lesser General