[ubuntu/precise] libmtp 1.1.3-1 (Accepted)

Alessio Treglia quadrispro at ubuntu.com
Thu Apr 12 05:05:15 UTC 2012

libmtp (1.1.3-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream bugfix release:
    - Soname libmtp.so.9.0.3 - binary compatible.
    - Probably nailed the bugs in the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 family
      of devices. Ignacio Martinez helped us fixing this!
    - Build fixes by Alessio Treglia and others.
    - A horde of new devices in the database.
  * Remove patches applied upstream:
    - 0001-broken_object_info.patch
    - 0002-devicedb_updates.patch
    - 2001-pkgconfig_requires.patch
  * Refresh 1001-kfreebsd_hurd_ftbfs.patch.
  * Refresh symbols file.
  * Update debian/copyright.

libmtp (1.1.2-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * libmtp requires either libusb or libusb-1.0 to build, but libmtp.pc
    does not update the Requires field accordingly. (Closes: #666713)
  * Build depend on auto{conf,make,tools-dev}.
  * Bump Standards.

libmtp (1.1.2-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Port libmtp-dev to Architecture: any.
  * Set libmtp-dev depends on libusb-1.0-0-dev on Linux and on libusb-dev
    on non-linux. Thanks to Aaron for the report! (Closes: #665272)
  * 0001-broken_object_info.patch (taken from upstream git):
    - src/device-flags.h: New DEVICE_FLAG_BROKEN_GET_OBJECT_INFO,
      some devices return bad data on GetObjectInfo.
    - src/ptp.c: Properly handle bad data returned by GetObjectInfo.
  * Several updates to the devices DB (taken from upstream git):
    - Attempt to fix issues with SonyEricsson LT15i (LP: #902962)
    - New devices:
      + Transformer Prime (an unknown version)
      + HP Touchpad
      + Another Acer Iconia Tab
      + Nook Color
      + Sony Tablet S1
      + Sony NWZ-B163F
      + Sony ST15i Xperia Mini
      + Toshiba Thrive
      + NEC FOMA N01A
      + Some Archos devices
    - Consolidate bug flags for many devices.

Date: 2012-04-03 09:20:09.699852+00:00
Changed-By: Alessio Treglia <quadrispro at ubuntu.com>
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