Gabor Gombas <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 09, 2006 at 03:03:07PM +0100, Moritz Muehlenhoff wrote:
>> I've heard that gpdf is to be replaced by evince in GNOME, which
>> already links dynamically, so it's probably best to remove it for Etch.
> While evince is nice it is unfortunately unbearably slow compared to
> gpdf/gv/acroread with some PDF files, so I personally won't be removing
> gpdf from my system anytime soon. So if someone has some time to fix
> gpdf once again, it may still worth it.
Currently it is probably trivial to change gpdf just for the Debian
package, so that it uses libpoppler instead of its copy of xpdf. For
pdftex, it was just some -l options in the Makefile.in's, changes to
#include statements, and renaming one or two functions from goo which
were also used by glib.
The patch is at
and it could probably made even simpler if the #include statements would
not be changed and -L/usr/include/poppler etc. used instead.
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