If cairo is installed on the system ghostscript automatically links against it.
The package doesn't know about this.
The attached patch resolves ths issue.
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print/ghostscript8 Makefile Makefile.drivers distinfo
* Update to 8.71. Changes include:
- Support for tiff file output is now provided using the libtiff
implementation rather than our more limited native code as in
previous releases. There is also a new 'tiffsep1' output
device which produces halftoned separations at 1
bit-per-pixel, in contrast to the 'tiffsep' device which
produces 8 bit-per-pixel plates.
- The graphics library has been updated to provide more accurate
scan conversion of vector art including fixes to dash
behavior, transparent stroked paths, thick stroked paths,
radial shadings, xps cap handling, "pie" joins, degenerate
beziers, improved handling of dropouts in thin strokes and
better thin axis-aligned strokes.
* Fix cairo support. GS_cairo is added to the drivers list (this
is disabled by default). When WITH_CAIRO is defined, GS_cairo
will be set by default.
Revision Changes Path
1.194 +12 -5 ports/print/ghostscript8/Makefile
1.6 +12 -1 ports/print/ghostscript8/Makefile.drivers
1.72 +3 -3 ports/print/ghostscript8/distinfo
1.2 +16 -9 ports/print/ghostscript8/files/patch-base-Makefile.in
1.1 +17 -0 ports/print/ghostscript8/files/patch-base-unix-dll.mak (new)
1.52 +4 -1 ports/print/ghostscript8/pkg-plist
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Committed with modification for integrating cairo into the device list.
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