File ungifsicle.spec of Package ungifsicle

# spec file for package ungifsicle (Version 1.39)
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Name:           ungifsicle
BuildRequires:  xorg-x11 xorg-x11-devel
License:        GPL v2 or later
Group:          Productivity/Graphics/Other
AutoReqProv:    on
Version:        1.39
Release:        356
Patch0:         bugzilla-395358-64bit-va-list-null.patch
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
Summary:        Creating and editing, GIF images and animations

Gifsicle twaddles GIF image files in a variety of ways. It is better
than many of the freely available GIF twaddlers on the market -- for
one thing, it has more options.

It supports merging several GIFs into a GIF animation; exploding an
animation into its component frames; changing individual frames in an
animation; turning interlacing on and off; adding transparency; adding
delays, disposals, and looping to animations; adding or removing
comments; flipping and rotation; optimizing animations for space; and
changing images' colormaps, among other things. Extensive command-line
options control which, if any, of these occur.

Gifview, a companion program requiring X11, displays GIF images and
animations on an X display. It can display multi-frame GIFs either as
slideshows, displaying one frame at a time, or as real-time animations.

Gifdiff, another companion program, checks two GIF files for identical
visual appearance. This is probably most useful for testing
GIF-manipulating software.

    Eddie Kohler <>

%patch0 -p1

# update config.{guess,sub}
%{?suse_update_config:%{suse_update_config -f zlib}}
libtoolize  --force
aclocal # -I m4
automake -a 
%configure --enable-ungif 



%defattr(-, root, root)

* Thu May 29 2008
- bnc#395358:
  • fix NULL pointer termination in function calls with variable
  • fix changelog tag in .spec file.
* Wed Jan 25 2006
- converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires
* Sat Jan 10 2004
- build as user
* Sun Aug 24 2003
- update to 1.39
* Sun Feb 16 2003
- update to 1.37
  According to the NEWS file:
  * Fix bug where combining `--rotate-X' and `-O' options would
  cause a segmentation fault.
  * Fix subscript-out-of-range error in main.c
  * Fixed bug where `--crop' could cause a segmentation fault,
  present since 1.32 or 1.33.
  * Fixed bug where combining `--crop' and `-O' options could
  corrupt output.
* Sun Aug 11 2002
- update to version 1.33.
  According to the NEWS file:
  * Be more careful about time while animating. In particular,
  prepare frames before they are needed, so that they can be
  displayed exactly when required.
  * Add `--multifile' option handling concatenated GIF files.
  This is useful for scripts. For example,
  `gifsicle --multifile -' will merge all GIF files written
  to its standard input into a single animation.
  * Changed behavior of `--crop X,Y+WIDTHxHEIGHT' option when
  WIDTH or HEIGHT is negative. Previously, zero or negative
  WIDTH and HEIGHT referred to the image's entire width or height.
  Thus, the option `--crop 10,0+0x0' would always lead to an error,
  because the crop left position (10) plus the crop width (the
  image width) was 10 pixels beyond the image edge. The new
  behavior measures zero or negative WIDTH and HEIGHT relative
  to the image's bottom-right corner.
  * Changed background behavior. Hopefully the only user-visible
  effect will be fewer spurious warnings.
  * Fixed a bug that could corrupt output when optimizing images
  with `-O2' that had more than 256 colors.
* Fri Nov 30 2001
- new package: ungifsicle, version 1.30
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