[ubuntu/precise] navit 0.5.0~svn4776+dfsg.1-1 (Accepted)

Ilya Barygin barygin at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 19:59:14 UTC 2011

navit (0.5.0~svn4776+dfsg.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream snapshot:
    + Configurable position extrapolation in tunnels
    + Downloading of map data may be allowed or disallowed at runtime
    + New command line parameters to specify a sequence of commands at startup
    + New car profile to avoid toll roads
    + gui_internal: POI Search by name
    + Some new SVG icons from openclipart.org
    + maptool:
      - Huge restructuration
      - Experimental o5m format support
      - Make adding of unknown country towns an option to avoid bloated index
      - Support for boundary relations
      - Improved coast line handling
      - Experimental support for adding county and municipality information
    + Many other fixes and ehancements

  * Removed patch:
    + gui-gtk-quit.patch: fixed upstream
  * New patches:
    + valgrind-transform.patch: fix a read error reported by valgrind
    + qt-cmake.patch: fixes cmake Qt4 detection (Closes: #634522)
    + manpage-minus-signs.patch: escape minus signs in maptool's manpage
  * Updated patch:
    + fix-cmake.patch:
      - force generating dbus config file org.navit_project.navit.service
      - add CMakeLists.txt for navit/vehicle/null
  * debian/rules:
    + Force vehicle/null, vehicle/demo and vehicle/gpsd
    + Don't overwrite flags set by dpkg-builflags (Closes: #634918)
    + Minor cleanups and typos
  * debian/control:
    + Drop Build-Depends on libhildon-1-dev (not needed)
    + navit-graphics-gtk-drawing-area: Depends librsvg2-common to have
      the gdk-pixbuf for svg images
  * debian/README.source:
    + Updated removed parts list
  * Add .gitignore and extend-diff-ignore for anjuta project files so
    they're not included into the source package

Date: 2011-09-20 09:35:42.063019+00:00
Signed-By: Ilya Barygin <barygin at gmail.com>
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