[Debian-olpc-devel] sugar-datastore-0.96_0.96.0-1_amd64.changes is NEW

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Sugar graphical shell - datastore
 Sugar is a graphical user interface aimed at children.
 Originating as integral part of the OLPC "XO" a.k.a. the $100 laptop,
 Sugar has since grown into a more widely usable low-ressource desktop
 environment for kids.
 This package contains a simple log like datastore able to connect with
 multiple backends.  The datastore supports connecting and disconnecting
 from backends on the fly to help the support the limit space/memory
 characteristics of the OLPC system and the fact that network services
 may become unavailable at times.
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sugar-datastore-0.96 (0.96.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Bump debhelper compatibility level to 7.
  * Use Python helper python2 (not python-support).
  * Update copyright file:
    + Rewrite using format 1.0.
    + Extend copyright coverage of some files to include recent years.
  * Bump standards-version to 3.9.3.
  * Use anonscm.debian.org for Vcs-Browser field.
  * Switch packaging to upstream branch 0.96.
  * Update package relations:
    + Tighten build-dependency on cdbs and python: Needed for python2
    + Stop build-depending on python-central: No longer used.
    + Relax build-depend unversioned on debhelper and devscripts: Needed
      versions satisfied even in oldstable.
  * Remove debian/source/local-options: abort-on-upstream-changes and
    unapply-patches are default in dpkg-source since 1.16.1.

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