slop 7.5-1.1build1 source package in Ubuntu

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slop (7.5-1.1build1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild against libglew2.2

 -- Graham Inggs <email address hidden>  Tue, 26 Oct 2021 13:37:06 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Graham Inggs
Uploaded to:
Jammy
Original maintainer:
anarcat
Architectures:
any
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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slop_7.5.orig.tar.gz 49.9 KiB 94d8b6270217cd7f56ce7d4a9a75069025262830a2f91c3239b7fc07da5ea8da
slop_7.5-1.1build1.debian.tar.xz 3.0 KiB bc47a3a25a0d569d5c228c9efff741eb253200a61f55b9736b604b9dff29f81f
slop_7.5-1.1build1.dsc 1.9 KiB 3cb98faae6031183303bef69d74457b0590bcfaf7eee787150d31a6f6338243c

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Binary packages built by this source

slop: queries for a selection from the user and prints the region to stdout

 slop (Select Operation) is an application that queries for a
 selection from the user and prints the region to stdout. It grabs the
 mouse and turns it into a crosshair, lets the user click and drag to
 make a selection (or click on a window) while drawing a pretty box
 around it, then finally prints the selection's dimensions to stdout.
 .
 Features:
 .
  * Hovering over a window will cause a selection rectangle to appear
    over it.
  * Clicking on a window makes slop return the dimensions of the
    window.
  * Clicking and dragging causes a selection rectangle to appear,
    renders pretty well (compared to scrot). And will return the
    dimensions of that rectangle in absolute screen coords.
  * On startup it turns your cursor into a crosshair, then adjusts the
    cursor into angles as you drag the selection rectangle.
  * Supports simple arguments:
    * Change selection rectangle border size.
    * Select X display.
    * Set padding size, even negative padding sizes!
    * Set click tolerance for if you have a shaky mouse.
    * Set the color of the selection rectangles to match your theme!
      (Even supports transparency!)
  * Remove window decorations from selections.
  * Supports OpenGL hardware acceleration.
  * Supports textured themes.
  * Supports programmable shaders.
  * Supports a magnifying glass.

slop-dbgsym: debug symbols for slop