[pkg-fso-maint] fso-datad_0.2.0~git20120214-1_amd64.changes is NEW
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(new) fso-datad-dbg_0.2.0~git20120214-1_amd64.deb extra debug
freesmartphone data daemon (debug symbols)
fso-datad is part of the freesmartphone.org software stack
and provides world data services, such as country codes and timezones.
This package provides the debug symbols for fso-datad.
(new) fso-datad_0.2.0~git20120214-1.debian.tar.gz extra misc
(new) fso-datad_0.2.0~git20120214-1.dsc extra misc
(new) fso-datad_0.2.0~git20120214-1_amd64.deb extra misc
freesmartphone data daemon
fsodeviced implements the freesmartphone.org Data API.
This API allows querying constant data about the world, such as
geographic timezones, mobile broadband network providers, etc.
This package is part of the freesmartphone.org software stack
and is targeted for smartphones.
(new) fso-datad_0.2.0~git20120214.orig.tar.gz extra misc
(new) libfsodata-dev_0.2.0~git20120214-1_amd64.deb extra libdevel
freesmartphone data daemon dbus wrapper library (development files)
libfsodata provides methods to access the fso-data daemon without making the
DBus requests manually.
This package provides development files for the library.
(new) libfsodata0_0.2.0~git20120214-1_amd64.deb extra libs
freesmartphone data daemon dbus wrapper library
This package is part of the freesmartphone.org software stack and is targeted
The library offers C functions for all DBus methods provided by fso-datad.
fso-datad (0.2.0~git20120214-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Initial release (Closes: #636302)
* create libfsodata0 and libfsodata-dev package
* fixed cleanfiles
* prepare multiarch-support
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