[ubuntu/trusty-security] oxide-qt 1.1.2-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 (Accepted)

Chris Coulson chris.coulson at canonical.com
Tue Sep 2 21:18:29 UTC 2014

oxide-qt (1.1.2-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) trusty-security; urgency=medium

  * Update to v1.1.2
    - See USN-2326-1
    - Bump Chromium to 37.0.2062.94
    - Fix LP: #1337338 - Don't crash when destroying a visible RWHV, which
      happens when a render process crashes
    - Fix LP: #1259216 - Expose WebView.icon property
    - Fix LP: #1282063 - Add WebView.downloadRequested API
    - Fix LP: #1307709 - webbrowser-app doesn't start in Unity 8 desktop
      preview session. Fix this by using surfaceless EGL (pbuffers not supported
      in the Mir EGL platform for mesa) and ensuring we always bind the
      GLES API on Chromium's GPU thread
    - Fix LP: #1312082 - Stop using deprecated compositing paths in Chromium
    - Fix LP: #1323743 - OSK doesn't display after some time. Add a workaround
      for this in Oxide for the time being
    - Fix LP: #1324909 - User agent string is incorrect in newly opened
      webviews and subframes
    - Fix LP: #1332754 - Allow the frontbuffer and delegated frame data for
      hidden webviews to be evicted
    - Fix LP: #1252302 - Add devtools support
    - Fix LP: #1312081 - Render content and handle input events directly in
      the WebView, rather than having a per-process RenderViewItem
    - Fix LP: #1330511 - Expose a Flickable-like API on WebView
    - Fix LP: #1337389 - Make ContentBrowserClient::CanCreateWindow work
    - Fix LP: #1338639 - Don't crash when calling WebView.loadHtml() before
      the webview is fully constructed
    - Fix LP: #1332996 - QtCreator often halts for a minute. Don't crash on
      Qt platforms that don't implement QPlatformNativeInterface. As we can't
      get a native display handle on these platforms, disallow any GL
      implementation in Chromium and guard against accesses to
    - Fix LP: #1349510 - Long URLs can trigger a browser abort - when checking
      for an override for navigator.userAgent, limit the length of the URL sent
      across IPC by trimming off the fragment, username and password
  * Refresh debian/patches/gross-hack-for-dual-ffmpeg-build.patch

Date: 2014-08-27 15:16:22.504225+00:00
Changed-By: Chris Coulson <chris.coulson at canonical.com>
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