[ubuntu/precise] pan 0.136-1 (Accepted)

Micah Gersten launchpad at micahscomputing.com
Mon Apr 23 18:45:14 UTC 2012

pan (0.136-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * new upstream version:
    - upstream removed the test that failed in kfree-bsd (Closes: #667080)
  * refreshed rm-windows-mac-entries patch
  - removed obsoletes patches (add-missing-pot-file glib-single-include.patch)
  - removed TODO from docs: no longer provided by upstream
  * copyright: updated for new upstreams files and copyright
  * debian/rules:
    + added override_dh_auto_configure to enable optional features
  + debian/control: depends on said optional features: libgnutls-dev
    libnotify-dev  libgnome-keyring-dev and libdbus-1-dev
  + added debian NEWS to warn users about changes in the way
    passwords are stored and potential issues

pan (0.135-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * glib-single-include.patch: New patch to fix FTBS (Closes: #666652)
  * copyright: fix formatting and typo in Comment field
  * control: fixed vcs browse url

pan (0.135-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * copyright: added (many) missing details regarding
    pan source files
  * control: added Vcs-Browser and Vcs-Git

pan (0.135-1) unstable; urgency=low

   * new upstream release
   * Take over deleted package (Closes: #664123).
   * bumped debian/compat to 8
   * source/format: now 3.0 (quilt)
   * rules: restart from dh_make template. Special files are now
     installed by dh_install
   * control:
     * clean up dependencies
     * BD on libgmime-2.6-dev
   * copyright: re-wrote with dep-5 syntax
   * menu: set section to Applications/Network/Communication
   + added debian/watch
   * patch:
     - 01_make_group_searches_regexps.dpatch removed
     * 02_windowsmacosx.dpatch converted to quilt and renamed to
     - 03_ftbfs-gcc-4.4.dpatch removed
     + added add-missing-pot-file

Date: 2012-04-14 21:22:28.647034+00:00
Signed-By: Micah Gersten <launchpad at micahscomputing.com>
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