[ubuntu/precise] gnome-shell 3.4.1-0ubuntu2 (Accepted)

Martin Pitt martin.pitt at ubuntu.com
Wed Apr 18 07:23:31 UTC 2012

gnome-shell (3.4.1-0ubuntu2) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * 10-make-NetworkManager-optional.patch:
    - Disabled, it doesn't work right and isn't used for Ubuntu
      architectures anyway.
  * Refreshed patches

gnome-shell (3.4.1-0ubuntu1) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
    - Fix crash that occurred when an icon theme change caused unexpected
      reentrancy in the icon loading code, aka crash in magazine_
      chain_pop_head() or _clutter_actor_finish_queue_redraw() (LP: #955845,
      LP: #962298)
    - Make gnome-shell-calendar-server initialize GTK+ so it can display
      password prompts if needed
    - Adapt to Mutter API change for keybinding addition
    - Fix crash when an extension was installed as both a user extension
      and a system extension
    - Fix bug where chat entry could end up partially offscreen
    - Fix problem where icons weren't updating when theme was changed
    - Look for Evolution calendar settings in GSettings, not GConf
    - Add Super+F10 keyboard shortcut to show the new application menu
    - Fix %Id format characters to work in translations
    - Fix error when NetworkManager restarts
    - Improve efficiency of overview redraws by working around Clutter issue
    - Other misc bug fixes
  * debian/control.in:
    - Bump minimum mutter to 3.4.1
    - Depend on gir1.2-gjsdbus-1.0 instead of gir1.2-gjs-1.0
  * Refreshed patches:
    - 10-make-NetworkManager-optional.patch
    - 20_revert_gcr_depend.patch
    - 32_remove-shell-screen-grabber.patch
  * debian/patches/21_revert_evolution_gsettings.patch:
    - Revert support for Evolution 3.4 since we're sticking with
      Evolution 3.2 for precise

Date: 2012-04-18 04:45:40.342186+00:00
Changed-By: Jeremy Bicha <jeremy at bicha.net>
Signed-By: Martin Pitt <martin.pitt at ubuntu.com>
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