[ubuntu/xenial-security] firefox 61.0+build3-0ubuntu0.16.04.2 (Accepted)

Chris Coulson chrisccoulson at ubuntu.com
Thu Jul 5 13:43:23 UTC 2018

firefox (61.0+build3-0ubuntu0.16.04.2) xenial-security; urgency=medium

  * New upstream stable release (61.0build3)

  [ Rico Tzschichholz ]
  * Update patches
    - update debian/patches/update-gn-mozbuild.patch
    - debian/patches/revert-upstream-search-engine-changes.patch
    - debian/patches/reduce-rust-debuginfo-on-32bit-architectures.patch
    - debian/patches/rust-drop-dll-checksums.patch
  * Build with standalone gcc-mozilla package now that Firefox depends on
    GCC >= 6.4.
    - update debian/control{,.in}
    - update debian/build/rules.mk
  * Don't check glibc symbol versions in build output - we're not compiling
    Firefox to run on a different glibc anyway
    - add debian/patches/drop-check-glibc-symbols.patch
    - update debian/patches/series
  * Drop browser/extensions/{972ce4c6-7e08-4474-a285-3208198ce6fd} and
    follow "Remove heavy weight theme support"
    - debian/firefox.install.in
  * Drop upstreamed/obsolete patches
    - debian/patches/arm64-skia.patch
  * Replace with upstreamed patch
    - debian/patches/skia-big-endian.patch

  [ Chris Coulson ]
  * Update and re-enable unity-menubar.patch
  * Add patch from bmo: #1464766 to allow addon signature requirements
    to be relaxed
    - add debian/patches/allow-addon-signature-requirements-to-be-relaxed.patch
    - update debian/patches/series
  * Lock extensions.unsignedScopes to 4 to disable the addon signing
    requirement for our language packs. This doesn't affect user installed
    - update debian/vendor-gre.js
  * Set CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH so that clang picks up the stdlib headers from
    gcc-mozilla rather than the default gcc, so that the rust bindings work
    - update debian/build/rules.mk

Date: 2018-07-03 19:09:13.435299+00:00
Changed-By: Chris Coulson <chrisccoulson at ubuntu.com>
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