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[commit-womb] womb/gnustatus gnustatus-2011-01.texi

From: Karl Berry
Subject: [commit-womb] womb/gnustatus gnustatus-2011-01.texi
Date: Wed, 22 Dec 2010 15:12:05 +0000

CVSROOT:        /sources/womb
Module name:    womb
Changes by:     Karl Berry <karl>       10/12/22 15:12:05

Modified files:
        gnustatus      : gnustatus-2011-01.texi 

Log message:


Index: gnustatus-2011-01.texi
RCS file: /sources/womb/womb/gnustatus/gnustatus-2011-01.texi,v
retrieving revision 1.5
retrieving revision 1.6
diff -u -b -r1.5 -r1.6
--- gnustatus-2011-01.texi      18 Dec 2010 17:12:03 -0000      1.5
+++ gnustatus-2011-01.texi      22 Dec 2010 15:12:04 -0000      1.6
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 \input texinfo   @c -*-texinfo-*-
address@hidden $Id: gnustatus-2011-01.texi,v 1.5 2010/12/18 17:12:03 karl Exp $
address@hidden $Id: gnustatus-2011-01.texi,v 1.6 2010/12/22 15:12:04 karl Exp $
 @comment %**start of header
 @set mytitle GNU Status Reports: January 2011
@@ -56,6 +56,7 @@
 * Freefont::
 * Gawk::
 * GNUtrition::
+* GSEGrafix::
 * Hello::
 * Texinfo::
 * XBoard::
@@ -85,14 +86,14 @@
 @itemize @bullet
 @item Cherokee, Osmanya, Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics,
-      Tifinagh, Armenian (serif), Vai, Kayah Li
address@hidden, Glagolitic
+      Tifinagh, Armenian (serif), Vai, Kayah Li.
address@hidden Coptic, Glagolitic.
 @item Buginese and Persian were patched.
 @item Many characters were added to old Cyrillic ranges.
 @end itemize
-Sinhala was replaced by a version taken from the @TeX{} font
address@hidden by Yannis Haralambous.
+In addition, Sinhala was replaced by a version taken from the @TeX{}
+font @code{sinh} by Yannis Haralambous.
 Several of the symbol ranges were expanded, and a few glyphs were
@@ -139,6 +140,37 @@
 food items.
address@hidden GSEGrafix
address@hidden GSEGrafix (@url{})
+From Spencer Buckner: GSEGrafix is a GNOME application which uses an
+anti-aliased GNOME canvas for creating scientific and engineering
+plots.  The program is written in C and reads ASCII parameter files
+and data files.  The parameter files contain keywords and
+corresponding arguments for specifying plot parameters (such as data
+file names, data file formats, plot type, plot style, axis type, axis
+labels, and more).  Eleven example plots, corresponding examples of
+Octave code or C code for creating the data files, and corresponding
+parameter files are included.  The program can be run from a terminal
+window or from a graphical user interface.
+The current version is @code{gsegrafix-1.0.5}. address@hidden
+added data files for address@hidden address@hidden, for use in becoming
+familiar with the program.  There are links to each of these files in
+the corresponding example descriptions.  The program includes an HTML
+help file, and an XML help file was added in this version.
+Version 1.0.6 is under development and includes two additional
+keywords: @code{background_color} and @code{background_image}.  The
+former enables the background color of the plot window to be specified
+as either white, the default, or black.  If black is chosen, the plot
+box, tick marks, axis labels, title, and text are white.  The keyword
address@hidden enables a background image, such as a map, to
+be displayed in the plot box. The image can be scaled in four
+different ways by specifying one of the parameter values:
address@hidden, @code{fill}, @code{scale}, or @code{zoom}.
 @node Hello
 @section Hello (@url{})
@@ -174,12 +206,14 @@
 @node XBoard
 @section XBoard (@url{})
-From Arun Persaud: Over the last year XBoard development has seen
-three new releases fixing lots of bugs and including many new features
-with another major release just around the corner.  We now support
-many more variations of chess (xiangqi, shogi, makruk, as well as
-better support for variations like crazyhouse, bughouse and many
-more).  Also, the support for computer chess has been improved.
+From Arun Persaud: XBoard is a graphical user interface to chess in
+all its major forms (and many others).  Over the last year XBoard
+development has seen three new releases fixing lots of bugs and
+including many new features with another major release just around the
+corner.  We now support many more variations of chess (xiangqi, shogi,
+makruk, as well as better support for variations like crazyhouse,
+bughouse and many more).  Also, the support for computer chess has
+been improved.
 An ongoing effort is to merge the code of XBoard and its so-called
 ``Winboard'' companion back into one code base and adapt it to use GTK

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