[Debian-olpc-devel] sugar-base-0.84_0.84.0-1_amd64.changes is NEW
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Sugar graphical shell - core functionality
Sugar is a graphical user interface aimed at children.
Sugar is mainly used as the interface for One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)
This package contains the base modules for Sugar.
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Changes: sugar-base-0.84 (0.84.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
* Drop patch 0000 (backported snapshot) now included upstream.
* Update patch 1001 (danish locale).
* Unfuzz patch 2991.
* Append branch to source and binary package names and Sugar-specific
package relations, to support multiple branches in same distribution
* Fix debian/copyright (more owners, same licenses).
* Add README.source (and drop CDBS hints and README.packaging).
* Enable tag signing in git-buildpackage configfile.
* Enhance package-relations.mk to support all binary package relations
(except -indep ones).
* Update copyright and licensing info:
+ Add proper copyright header to debian/rules
+ Update debian/copyright and hints (extend years)
+ Add TODO about possible missing license for src/sugar/dispatch/*
* Drop laptop.org URLs in debian/copyright and watch file.
* Use sugarlabs.org download URL (not laptop.org one) for
* Use wiki page (not bare domain URL) as Homepage.
* Maintain all package dependencies in debian/rules, with comments.
* Limit to supporting only Python 2.5 and newer (upstream never used
older than that, and Debian no longer use older either so unlikely
to get proper testing if it works).
* Bump standards-version to 3.8.1.
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