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imaging library designed for AfterStep - runtime files

libAfterImage is the imaging library implemented for AfterStep X Window Manager. It has been generalized to be suitable for any application in need of robust graphics engine.

It provides facilities for loading images from files of different formats, compressed in memory storage of images, scaling, tinting/shading, flipping and superimposition of arbitrary number of images over each other. In addition it allows for linear gradients drawing, and antialiased/smoothed text drawing using both FreeType library and X Window fonts.

This package contains the libAfterImage runtime library.

Package version:2.2.11-7


afterstep (2.2.11-7) unstable; urgency=low

  * Enable CPPFLAGS hardening flags (closes: #662255).
  * Standards-Version: 3.9.3 (no changes).

 -- Robert Luberda <>  Sun, 25 Mar 2012 20:08:18 +0200

afterstep (2.2.11-6) unstable; urgency=low

  * Bump afterstep-data's Replaces on afterstep from <= 2.2.9-5 to <= 2.2.11,
    and add Breaks: afterstep (<= 2.2.11) (closes: #655679, #6


2011-01-13  sasha

	* Changed version to 2.2.11 and fixed build to compile ASWallpaper

2010-09-23  sasha

	* fixed memory leak in xcf file loading
	* fixed memory leak in tga image loading
	* fixed minor memory leak in gif saving code.
	* fixed memory leak in xml processing on image loading
	* fixed major memory leak at vectorize_asimage
	* Fixed BMP writing to not set compression to 1 - we don'


This package was first debianized by Neil A. Rubin on
Tue, 19 Nov 1996 23:53:34 -0500.

It was then taken over by Jonathon D. Nelson on Wed, 18 Feb 1998 11:23:04
The current package maintainer is Robert Luberda <>.

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