It appears that
are two pretty much identical trees of files weighing >11M each.
Any way to share the two ? Think of the children !
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Tim, have you got any notions or ideas on how best to share poppler-data (see bug #507675 ) with ghostscript? 2 quick ideas come to mind:
1. patch ghostscript to use poppler-data directly, including location and layout
2. use symlinks to make poppler-data layout the data on-disk as ghostscript uses it now.
3. use some hybrid of 1 and 2
Personally, I'd prefer 1, which would likely be the most upstreamable approach (to me). What say you?
Tim, ping ?
I still haven't had the time to look at this, and don't really know how the internals of the CMap code work in ghostscript. :-(
Please take a look at ghostscript in current rawhide...
FYI: TeX Live now prefers /usr/share/poppler/cMap over the ghostscript directory. In any case it would be nice to see it unified.
Please see comment #7, which refers to ghostscript-9.00-12.
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Turns out that comment #9 is tersely suggesting that this is fixed in ghostscript with bug#630632
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