[ubuntu/oneiric] argyll 1.3.3-0ubuntu4 (Accepted)

Till Kamppeter till.kamppeter at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 15:40:21 UTC 2011


argyll (1.3.3-0ubuntu4) oneiric; urgency=low

  * debian/control, debian/rules, debian/docs, debian/libicc2.install,
    debian/libicc-dev.install, debian/argyll.install, debian/argyll.examples,
    debian/README.Debian, debian/local/configure.ac, debian/local/Makefile.am:
    Reverted the merge of the argyll and libicc2 source packages. Only libicc2
    is really needed for Oneiric's new color management stack. Argyll is not
    absolutely needed and its upstream source is far from suitable for use in
    Linux distributions. It uses the jam build system which is unmaintained for
    years and it ships patched derivatives of system libraries (libusb). For
    calibration instrument support it must be decided between one of two
    solution, either a general improvement of Argyll's architecture or moving
    of calibration hardware drivers into colord. This cannot be decided any
    more in Oneiric and needs to get worked out with upstream.
  * debian/rules: Removed /usr/bin/icclu and /usr/bin/iccdump as these are
    already in the libicc2 package.
  * debian/control: Removed conflict with libicc as we have removed the
    conflicting files.

Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2011 06:34:41 +0200
Changed-By: Till Kamppeter <till.kamppeter at gmail.com>
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss at lists.ubuntu.com>
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/oneiric/+source/argyll/1.3.3-0ubuntu4
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Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2011 06:34:41 +0200
Source: argyll
Binary: argyll argyll-dbg
Architecture: source
Version: 1.3.3-0ubuntu4
Distribution: oneiric
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss at lists.ubuntu.com>
Changed-By: Till Kamppeter <till.kamppeter at gmail.com>
Description: 
 argyll     - Color Management System, calibrator and profiler
 argyll-dbg - Color Management System, calibrator and profiler (debug)
Changes: 
 argyll (1.3.3-0ubuntu4) oneiric; urgency=low
 .
   * debian/control, debian/rules, debian/docs, debian/libicc2.install,
     debian/libicc-dev.install, debian/argyll.install, debian/argyll.examples,
     debian/README.Debian, debian/local/configure.ac, debian/local/Makefile.am:
     Reverted the merge of the argyll and libicc2 source packages. Only libicc2
     is really needed for Oneiric's new color management stack. Argyll is not
     absolutely needed and its upstream source is far from suitable for use in
     Linux distributions. It uses the jam build system which is unmaintained for
     years and it ships patched derivatives of system libraries (libusb). For
     calibration instrument support it must be decided between one of two
     solution, either a general improvement of Argyll's architecture or moving
     of calibration hardware drivers into colord. This cannot be decided any
     more in Oneiric and needs to get worked out with upstream.
   * debian/rules: Removed /usr/bin/icclu and /usr/bin/iccdump as these are
     already in the libicc2 package.
   * debian/control: Removed conflict with libicc as we have removed the
     conflicting files.
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Files: 
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Original-Maintainer: Roland Mas <lolando at debian.org>

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