rgbpaint 0.8.7-6.1build1 source package in Ubuntu


rgbpaint (0.8.7-6.1build1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild against latest gdk-pixbuf

 -- Jeremy Bicha <email address hidden>  Wed, 09 Mar 2022 16:06:41 -0500

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rgbpaint: simple pixel-based painting program

 This package provides the simplified painting program rgbPaint,
 a spin-off from mtPaint by the same authors. Light on dependencies,
 it can edit and save images in ICO, JPEG, or PNG format only,
 though it can also read GIF, PCX, SVG, TGA, and TIFF formats.
 The user interface is intentionally kept simple, without drop-down
 menus. Ten brushes are provided, and a palette of twenty colors,
 each of which can be replaced from a color blender. The available
 actions are painting, filling, and area selection. The program can
 also start by taking a screen snapshot to use as the initial image.
 Originally aimed at the OLPC initiative, rgbPaint works well with
 the Sugar desktop environment - especially with a graphics tablet;
 even young children can quickly master it to produce true brushwork!

rgbpaint-dbgsym: debug symbols for rgbpaint