[Bug 159338] Re: Re: Heads-up: small xine-lib transition in hardy
Christopher James Halse Rogers
raof at ubuntu.com
Mon Dec 10 23:15:04 UTC 2007
miro (1.0-1ubuntu1) hardy; urgency=low
* Merge from Debian unstable (LP: #162310). Remaining Ubuntu changes:
- libxul-dev -> firefox-dev
- Provide real transitional democracyplayer package
- 2.4 -> 2.5
- Use pyversions rather than hardcoding 2.4
* New upstream version fixes invalid mime file (LP: #150851, LP: #150674)
+ Remove remaining hardcoded python version numbers;
use DEB_PYTHON_COMPILE_VERSION everywhere.
+ Break the long depends lists into one depends per line for readability
+ Add libxine1-x dependency (LP: #159338)
+ Bump standards version; no changes needed.
+ Add a shiny new watch file.
+ Make Miro honour the --xine-driver command line option (Debian: #453406)
+ Install xine_extractor into /usr/lib/miro rather than /usr/libexec,
and make Miro look for it there (Debian: #454603, #451980, #452708,
miro (1.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release (Closes: #449131, #451207).
+ Fixed malformed miro.xml file (Closes: #445871, #443510).
+ Drop several patches which were applied upstream.
* Add missing libxv-dev build-dependency (Closes: #442832, #443006, #443045).
* Miro shipped with a menu file since the beginning (Closes: #443211).
It's currently in the 'Applications/Network/Web News' category.
* Fix small typo in German translation (Closes: #451333).
* Cannot reproduce the following bugs with this release. Please
reopen if you still experience problems:
+ Miro crashes on play (Closes: #443266).
+ Used to work; now segfaults on startup (Closes: #444484).
Please try removing the ~/.miro directory if the problem persists.
+ Segfault on startup (quicktime related?) (Closes: #444051).
+ Cannot install Miro (Closes: #443045). Unlikely to be a real bug,
probably stems from mixing packages from stable/unstable.
* New 'Recommends: libxine1-ffmpeg'.
miro (0.9.9.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release (Closes: #433752).
+ Democracy Player was renamed to Miro upstream, so we now
use Provides/Conflicts/Replaces to transition existing installs.
+ Update the package description (and improve it a bit).
+ Now supports proxy settings (Closes: #426992). Miro uses the
default GNOME proxy, which you can set/enable using gconf-editor.
* Update debian/copyright.
* Several improvements inspired by the Ubuntu version of the package:
+ Remove unneeded RPATH from MozillaBrowser.so (using chrpath).
+ debian/menu: Move package into 'Applications/Network/Web News'.
+ Drop shebang from feedparser.py, not needed (and silences lintian).
+ Only suggest python-psyco on [i386 hurd-i386 netbsd-i386 kfreebsd-i386].
* miro.desktop improvements:
+ Drop 'Encoding=UTF-8', no longer necessary (lintian).
+ Change categories to 'AudioVideo;FileTransfer;News;P2P;TV;Player;'.
* Cannot reproduce the following bugs using this release of Miro.
Please feel free to reopen if it's still a problem.
+ "Crashes on stop playback" (Closes: #399098).
According to http://bugzilla.pculture.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5197
this is indeed fixed in Miro 0.9.9.1.
+ "Still crashes". Cannot reproduce with Miro (Closes: #438946).
+ "Crashes on end of video podcast" (Closes: 419207).
Doesn't seem to happen with latest Miro anymore (I did see it before).
+ Installation error. Can't reproduce, no further infos from submitter,
so I'm closing this. (Closes: #387248).
+ "Crash after pressing play". Cannot reproduce (Closes: #402264).
+ "Position slider doesn't respond to mouse click-and-drag sometimes".
Cannot reproduce with latest Miro (Closes: #405248).
+ "Freezes On Start". Cannot reproduce with last Miro (Closes: #408032).
Also, running two instances seems to work fine for me, but it's
not really useful or recommended.
+ Problem with xine plugin. Doesn't look like a Democracy Player / Miro
issue, but please reopen if it still happens (Closes: #420144).
-- Christopher James Halse Rogers <raof at ubuntu.com> Fri, 16 Nov 2007
** Changed in: miro (Ubuntu)
Status: New => Fix Released
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