Re: Bug#218489: ITP: sng -- a markup language for expressing the contents of a PNG in an editable, all-text form.
On Fri, 2003-10-31 at 12:26, Wesley J. Landaker wrote:
> Description : a markup language for expressing the contents of a PNG in an editable, all-text form.
"PNG content markup language"
"markup language for PNG contents"
Shorter is better; the rest can go into the long description.
> "SNG is a specialized markup language for expressing the contents of a
> PNG (Portable Network Graphics) in an editable, all-text form. The
> project supports the sng compiler, which can translate between SNG and
> -- from http://sourceforge.net/projects/sng/
> "SNG (Scriptable Network Graphics) is a minilanguage designed
> specifically to represent the entire contents of a PNG (Portable
> Network Graphics) file in an editable form. Thus, SNGs representing
> elaborate graphics images and ancillary chunk data can be readily
> generated or modified using only text tools.
> SNG is implemented by a compiler/decompiler called sng that losslessly
> translates between SNG and PNG."
> -- from http://sng.sourceforge.net
These descriptions seem good. It should be pretty easy to create one
Debian description out of them.
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