Accepted cups-pdf 2.4.6-3ubuntu10 (source)

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cups-pdf 2.4.6-3ubuntu10 was ACCEPTED.
	Component: main Section: graphics

Hash: SHA1

Format: 1.7
Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 19:56:19 +0100
Source: cups-pdf
Binary: cups-pdf
Architecture: source
Version: 2.4.6-3ubuntu10
Distribution: gutsy
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Ubuntu MOTU Developers <ubuntu-motu at>
Changed-By: Till Kamppeter <till.kamppeter at>
 cups-pdf   - PDF printer for CUPS
Launchpad-Bugs-Fixed: 133743 134453 134671 134682 136449 147974 152293
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu10) gutsy; urgency=low
   * debian/postinst: Before creating a CUPS queue wait 3 seconds to be sure
     that the CUPS daemon is listening (LP: #152293).
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu9) gutsy; urgency=low
   * debian/patches/50_default_conf.patch: Withdrawn the chnage of the PDF
     destination to ~/Desktop, returned to ~/PDF, also do not let cups-pdf
     label documents with job numbers by default (see LP bugs 134682 and
   * debian/control: Removed the versioned require on cupsys, as we have
     withdrawn the change of the PDF destination.
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu8) gutsy; urgency=low
   * debian/patches/50_default_conf.patch: Use ~/Desktop as default destination
     for the PDF files so that users find them more easily (LP: #134682,
     LP: #134671)
   * debian/prerm, debian/postinst: Make any failure of CUPS command line tools
     non-fatal, to not affect the setup of cups-pdf if CUPS crashes immediately
     after being restarted by the cups-pdf setup (LP: #136449, LP: #147974).
   * debian/control: Require cupsys 1.3.2-1ubuntu2 or newer, to have
     AppArmor restrictions allowing to write into ~/Desktop.
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu7) gutsy; urgency=low
   * debian/control: Add explicit cupsys-client dependency, since the postinst
     needs 'lpadmin' and cupsys itself only recommends -client.
     (LP: #134453)
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu6) gutsy; urgency=low
   * debian/postinst: Fix invocation of "lpstat -r" (remove backticks). This
     makes the automatic setup of the PDF queue actually work again.
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu5) gutsy; urgency=low
   * debian/postinst: force PDF queues on localhost only; systems configured
     for remote CUPS servers are not expecting it.
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu4) gutsy; urgency=low
   * debian/postinst, debian/prerm: Check, create, or remove PDF queues only
     if the CUPS daemon is running, otherwise go on silently (LP: #133743).
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu3) gutsy; urgency=low
   * debian/postinst: Only set up the PDF queue, do not make it the default.
     Otherwise the PDF queue would stay the default when the first real printer
     is detected after installation and as the installation of the packages
     happens before the detection of the printers all systems will have the PDF
     queue as default.
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu2) gutsy; urgency=low
   [ Till Kamppeter ]
   * debian/control: Updated dependencies: ghostscript, paperconf.
   * debian/postinst, debian/prerm: Create a PDF print queue when installing
     and take it down when uninstalling (LF: #82674)
   * debian/patches/10_auto_assign_ppd.patch: Make the PPD automatically
     assigned to the PDF printer by CUPS/printer setup tools
   * debian/rules: Enabled the package for applying patches by adding
     "include /usr/share/cdbs/1/rules/"
   [ Martin Pitt ]
   * Now that we use, make a proper patch
     debian/patches/01_mkdir_as_user.patch from the src/cups-pdf.c change in
     the last upload. Also move the default configuration changes into a patch
     50_default_conf.patch, so that the diff.gz is now free of upstream diffs.
   * debian/postinst: If paperconf fails, fall back to paper size "a4".
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3ubuntu1) gutsy; urgency=low
   * Sync with latest Debian version.
   * src/cups-pdf.c: Postpone creation of per-user output directory until we
     setuid()'ed to the user. This both avoids nasty mistakes, and also avoids
     using CAP_DAC_OVERRIDE, so that we can tighten cups' apparmor profile.
   * debian/postinst: Change /usr/lib/cups/backend/cups-pdf permissions from
     4751 (which was still necessary for the non-root cups) to 0700 (in
     accordance with upstream's requirements).
   * debian/postinst: Make /var/spool/cups-pdf/ANONYMOUS sticky, since it is
 cups-pdf (2.4.6-3) unstable; urgency=low
   * Implemented a basic reportbug script to remind people not to file
     pointless CVE bugs concerning Poppler or XPDF, since we don't use
     that code; we simply pass the document to external tools that do.
   * Added the same warning to NEWS.Debian.
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 aacd480d0b3202faaa2dc6d2ab0b428f 9871 graphics optional cups-pdf_2.4.6-3ubuntu10.diff.gz
Original-Maintainer: Debian CUPS Maintainers <pkg-cups-devel at>

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