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(new) brltty-flite_4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb extra admin
Access software for a blind person using a braille display
 BRLTTY is a daemon which provides access to the Linux console (text mode)
 for a blind person using a braille display.  It drives the braille
 display and provides complete screen review functionality.
 This package contains an optional speech driver for the Festival Lite
 speech synthesis engine.
(new) brltty-speechd_4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb extra admin
Access software for a blind person using a braille display
 BRLTTY is a daemon which provides access to the Linux console (text mode)
 for a blind person using a braille display.  It drives the braille
 display and provides complete screen review functionality.
 This package contains an optional speech driver for the speech-dispatcher
 speech synthesis server.
(new) brltty-udeb_4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.udeb extra debian-installer
Access software for a blind person using a braille display
 This is a small version of brltty, optimized for use on install media.
(new) brltty-x11_4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb extra admin
Access software for a blind person using a braille display
 BRLTTY is a daemon which provides access to the Linux console (text mode)
 for a blind person using a braille display.  It drives the braille
 display and provides complete screen review functionality.
 This package contains optional drivers which require X11 or GNOME.
(new) brltty_4.1-4~bpo50+1.diff.gz extra admin
(new) brltty_4.1-4~bpo50+1.dsc extra admin
(new) brltty_4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb extra admin
Access software for a blind person using a braille display
 BRLTTY is a daemon which provides access to the console (text mode)
 for a blind person using a braille display.  It drives the braille
 display and provides complete screen review functionality.
 The following display models are supported:
  * Alva (ABT3xx, Delphi, Satellite, Braille System 40, BC 640/680)
  * Baum
  * BrailleLite (18, 40, M20/M40)
  * BrailleNote (18/32)
  * EcoBraille displays
  * EuroBraille displays
  * Freedom Scientific (Focus and PacMate)
  * HandyTech displays
  * HIMS (Braille Sense, SyncBraille)
  * LogText 32
  * MDV braille displays
  * Papenmeier
  * Pegasus (20/27/40/80)
  * Seika 40
  * Tieman (Voyager 44/70, CombiBraille, MiniBraille and MultiBraille)
  * Tivomatic (Albatross)
  * TSI (PowerBraille/Navigator)
  * Videobraille
  * VisioBraille
 BRLTTY also provides a client/server based infrastructure for applications
 wishing to utilize a Braille display.  The daemon process listens for incoming
 TCP/IP connections on a certain port.  A shared object library for clients is
 provided in the package libbrlapi0.5.  A static library, header files and
 documentation is provided in package libbrlapi-dev.  Bindings to other
 programming languages can be found in cl-brlapi (Lisp), libbrlapi-java (Java)
 and python-brlapi (Python).
(new) brltty_4.1.orig.tar.gz extra admin
(new) cl-brlapi_4.1-4~bpo50+1_all.deb extra lisp
Common Lisp bindings for BrlAPI
 This package provides a Common Lisp package to access a braille display.
(new) libbrlapi-dev_4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb extra libdevel
Library for communication with BRLTTY - static libs and headers
 This package contains the static library libbrlapi.a and header files
 in /usr/include/brltty/ necessary to compile programs for BrlAPI, a
 client-server based mechanism to remotely access a braille display.
(new) libbrlapi0.5_4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb extra libs
braille display access via BRLTTY - shared library
 This package contains the shared library necessary to run programs which
 need to communicate with a braille display.
(new) python-brlapi_4.1-4~bpo50+1_i386.deb extra python
Python bindings for BrlAPI
 This package provides a Python module to access a braille display.
Changes: brltty (4.1-4~bpo50+1) lenny-backports; urgency=low
  * Rebuild for lenny-backports.
brltty (4.1-4) unstable; urgency=high
  * High-urgency upload for bug fix for d-i alpha release.
  * debian/libbrlapi-dev.links: Add /usr/lib/libbrlapi.so -> /lib/libbrlapi.so
    symlink to fix dynamic linking of libbrlapi by default by gcc.
  * Cherry-pick upstream r4916 change and regenerate configure to fix build on
    kfreebsd-* machines with the newer USB API (Closes: Bug#560114).
brltty (4.1-3) unstable; urgency=high
  * High-urgency upload for bug fix for d-i alpha release.
  * debian/control, debian/rules: Temporarily disable building the java
    bindings to get a brltty-udeb package for d-i alpha release.
brltty (4.1-2) unstable; urgency=high
  * High-urgency upload for bug fix for d-i alpha release.
  * debian/brltty-udeb.udev.rules: Fix udev 148-2 warnings cluttering
  debian-installer (Closes: Bug#559564).
brltty (4.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add a debian/watch file
  * Stop brltty from suggesting libbrlapi-dev.
  * New upstream bugfix release
  * Use the --disable-stripping configure option
  * Install README.Bluetooth.
brltty (4.0-9) unstable; urgency=low
  * Incorrect dependencies in init.d LSB header (Closes: Bug#548550)
  * Fix weak-library-dev-dependency of libbrlapi-dev on libbrlapi0.5
brltty (4.0-8) unstable; urgency=low
  [ Dave Mielke ]
  * Change the "braille display offline/online" logs to DEBUG (from
  [ Lee Maschmeyer ]
  * en-us-g2 fixes.
  [ Mario Lang ]
  * /etc/brltty.conf is not generated during installation anymore.
  * Move the EuroBraille driver's clio model table into constant memory.
  * Remove an unnecessary memcpy().
  * The VisioBraille driver's output translation table should be const.
  [ Samuel Thibault ]
  * debian/control: Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.3
  [ Mario Lang ]
  * Support for startup during initramfs
brltty (4.0-7) unstable; urgency=low
  [ Samuel Thibault ]
  * debian/rules: also strip whitespaces in brltty-udeb's tables, strip
    attribute and keyboard tables too.
  * Cherry-pick upstream r4506: "JNI fixes for Sun-based jvms. (sm)"
  * Cherry-pick upstream r4687: "Pyrex doesn't convert NULL to None. (st)"
  * debian/control:
    - Bump build-depend debhelper to >= 5.
    - Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.2 (no change needed).
    - Add ${misc:Depends} dependency to libbrlapi-{java,dev,jni}
    - Remove libc6-dev dependency of libbrlapi-dev, as build-essential already
      depends on it and some ports do not have it.
  [ Mario Lang ]
  * debian/brltty.docs: Add Documents/HISTORY.
  * debian/control: Add Samuel Thibault to Uploaders.
  * debian/libbrlapi-dev.install: Install libbrlapi.a in /usr/lib
    (Closes: Bug#411671).
brltty (4.0-6) unstable; urgency=low
  [ Mario Lang ]
  * debian/control:
    - Remove libbluetooth2-dev from Build-Depends. (Closes: 530355)
    - Add Vcs-Git and Vcs-Browser fields.
  [ Samuel Thibault ]
  * Add Homepage field.
  [ Mario Lang ]
  * debian/control:
    - Set Maintainer to "Debian Accessibility Team".
    - Update package description to mention newly supported displays.
  * Fix from upstream SVN:
    r4495: The Java bindings should load the JNI part automatically.
brltty (4.0-5) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fix "X11 is left enabled" by changing --without-x to --disable-x
    during udeb configure (Closes: #529526)
brltty (4.0-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * debian/brltty-udeb.udev.rules: Add new USB IDs.
  * debian/brltty.docs: Install Tables/README-* which
    fixes "Should provide the tables documentation". (Closes: #522702)
  * debian/brltty.examples: Install Hotplug/udev.rules and
  * debian/libbrlapi0.5.copyright: Update copyright years and mention
    LGPL version.
brltty (4.0-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fix Build-Depends to actually include libspeechd-dev.
    A comma was missing, argh!
brltty (4.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * debian/control: Move cl-brlapi from section admin to lisp.
  * Enable speech-dispatcher support via new binary package
    brltty-speechd. (Closes: #486291)
  * Update debian/copyright:
    - Update copyright years.
    - Mention /usr/share/doc/brltty/CONTRIBUTORS.
    - Add info about license version.
    - Mention that tables are now licensed LGPL.
  * debian/brltty.docs: Install Documents/CONTRIBUTORS.
  * Merge from Ubuntu: "Add 'status' action to init script":
    - debian/control: brltty: Depend on lsb-base >= 3.2-14, providing
    - debian/brltty.init: Add the 'status' action.
brltty (4.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release:
    - Fixes "causes excessive resume of USB" (Closes: #497155).
  * Fix "Bus specifiers are mistakenly interpreted as relative paths"
    by removing not so clever code from debian/brltty-udeb.prebaseconfig
    (Closes: #516091)
  * Fix "Use libncursew5-dev". (Closes: #488993)
  * debian/control: Move libbrlapi-java from section libs to java.
  * Upgrade Standards-Version from 3.7.3 to 3.8.1 (no changes).
  * debian/brltty.examples: Remove, unused.
brltty (3.10~r3724-1.1) unstable; urgency=medium
  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Apply patch from Samuel Thibault to fix FTBFS in unstable.
    (Closes: #516240)
brltty (3.10~r3724-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New subversion snapshot, fixing FTBFS (Closes: Bug#482205).
brltty (3.10~r3715-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New subversion snapshot with minor fixes.
  * Clean up the multi binary package handling a bit, now installing
    non-udeb build to debian/tmp.
  * debian/brlapi0.5-dev.copyright: Renamed to libbrlapi-dev.copyright so
    that it gets installed.
  * Use upstream rules to install man3 manpages (Closes: Bug#479754).
  * No longer ship brltty-config, it used to be wrong and I don't
    see a single use-case for it.
  * debian/brltty.conf: Deleted, unused.
brltty (3.10~r3710-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New subversion snapshot, target for unstable after good test results.
  * Disable the Java bindings on alpha and hppa (in addition to the
    already disabled archs) (Closes: Bug#477848).
brltty (3.10~r3666-1) experimental; urgency=low
  * New subversion snapshot.
  * Build-Depend on libicu-dev but disable icu in the udeb build
    (Closes: Bug#475604).
brltty (3.10~r3662-2) experimental; urgency=low
  * Add --disable-iconv to udeb configure options (Closes: Bug#475612).
brltty (3.10~r3662-1) experimental; urgency=low
  * New subversion snapshot.
    - Fix to Java building outside of sourcedir and Lisp bindings
      merged upstream.
  * Fix libbrlapi-dev header installation (Closes: Bug#475015).
brltty (3.10~r3654-1) experimental; urgency=low
  * New upstream subversion snapshot.
    - This adds unicode support.  Please test it so that we can evaluate
      if it can be used for Lenny.
  * Fix library name in Lisp bindings.
brltty (3.9-6) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add patch to fix vcsa reading on big-endian architectures
    (Closes: Bug#467269).
  * Disable Java bindings on hurd-i386 (Closes: Bug#469984).
  * Fix the TTY driver (Closes: Bug#467192).
  * Rework the init script:
    - Use --exec for start-stop-daemon to finally resolve long standing
      "double-started brltty on upgrade" problems.
    - Use lsb/init-functions for output.
brltty (3.9-5) unstable; urgency=low
  * Hopefully fix disabling Java support on ARM for real this time.
  * Disable Java on m68k as well.
  * Revisit debhelper calls and simplify.
  * Convert debian/copyright and debian/libbrlapi0.5.copyright to UTF-8.
  * Update Standards-Version to 3.7.3 (no changes).
  * Fix debian/rules so that "dpkg-buildpackage -j2" does not fail.
  * Make python-brlapi part of section python.
brltty (3.9-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Disable Java support on ARM.
brltty (3.9-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Set $JAVA_HOME to /usr/lib/jvm/java-gcj.
brltty (3.9-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Only Build-Depend on libgpmg1-dev on Linux archs (Closes: Bug#450795).
brltty (3.9-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.
  * Build-depend on libgpmg1-dev.
brltty (3.8-8) unstable; urgency=low
  * Disable GPM in udeb build (Closes: Bug#440731, Bug#441782).
brltty (3.8-7) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add --mandir to configure call. Upstream added GNU/kFreeBSD support
    so this should finally (Closes: Bug#414068).
brltty (3.8-6) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fix typo in libbrlapi-dev Conflicts line.
  * Build-Depend on java-gcj-compat-dev.
  * Uniformly refer to hardware we support as "braille display" and remove
    references to "soft" and "refreshable" from package description.
    Hopefully this makes things a little more consistent and clearer.
  * Initial upload to unstable.
brltty (3.8-5) experimental; urgency=low
  * libbrlapi-dev should conflict with libbrlapi1-dev (<< 3.8).
  * Pull changes from r3208 to fix up Lisp bindings.
brltty (3.8-4) experimental; urgency=low
  * Let cl-brlapi depend on cl-cffi.
  * Fix "Wrong permissions of brlapi.so" (Closes: Bug#439343).
brltty (3.8-3) experimental; urgency=low
  * Add python-dev to Build-Depends (Closes: Bug#434858).
  * Stop config.mk.in from stripping binaries by default on install
    (Closes: Bug#436606).
  * Package Java bindings as libbrlapi-jni and libbrlapi-java:
    - Add gcj to Build-Depends.
  * Temporarily disable speech dispatcher support.
brltty (3.8-2) experimental; urgency=low
  * Add python-pyrex and dh-lisp to Build-Depends.
  * Merge r3167 and r3168 to kill two lintian warnings.
brltty (3.8-1) experimental; urgency=low
  * New upstream release: (Closes: Bug#414068, Bug#428920).
    - New SONAME for brlapi, use the opportunity to make the package
      name match the SONAME: libbrlapi1 -> libbrlapi0.5.
    - New binding packages cl-brlapi and python-brlapi
      (tcl, caml and java are not yet done).
  * Include the TTY driver (for testing purposes) in the
    udeb build. (Closes: Bug#357887).
  * Cleanup: Remove lintian overrides.
  * Add LSB init info section to init script.
  * Pull changes to support Handy Tech Easy Braille from r3089.
  * First upload to experimental to make it easy to time the transition
    of depending packages.
brltty (3.7.2-7.2) unstable; urgency=high
  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * High-urgency upload for RC bug fix.
  * Fix FTBFS with linux-libc-dev (closes: #414068).
  * libbluetooth2-dev build-dep doesn't apply to non-linux architectures.
brltty (3.7.2-7.1) unstable; urgency=high
  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Move xbrlapi to package brltty-x11 and libbrlttybba.so to package brltty
    (closes: #411426), because libbrlapi1 should only contain the shared
    library.  Move xbrlapi from /bin to /usr/bin in the process.  Thanks,
    Samuel Thibault!
  * Urgency high to hopefully get this into etch.
brltty (3.7.2-7) unstable; urgency=medium
  * The "hopefully final for Etch" release.
  * Fix out-dated reference to text-table fr in default config
    (Closes: Bug#406610).
  * Use 'usb:' and 'auto' as defaults for braille-device and braille-driver
    in finish-install.  This results in a correct brltty.conf
    file if the user uses the shortcut "brltty=,,de" to
    activate brltty in the installer with a different translation
    table then the default (german in this example). Thanks to Simon for
    triggereing this and to Samuel for providing the patch
    (Closes: Bug#406257).
  * Urgency medium because this should ideally make it for etch.
brltty (3.7.2-6) unstable; urgency=medium
  * Backport Handy Tech Modular Evolution 64/88 support from upstream
    repository. This change is harmless, adds support for new hardware
    that I will need in stable and only affects *one* driver module that
    I have the hardware for to test if it still works.
    This would be very nice to have in etch.
brltty (3.7.2-5) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fix startup error during early startup in d-i (Closes: Bug#371458).
  * Rename finish-install.d script to 05brltty (from 50brltty) (Closes
  * Enable the preference menu in the udeb build (Closes: Bug#374556).
brltty (3.7.2-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Acknowledge NMU for libbluetooth2-dev Build-Depends, thanks!
    (Closes: Bug#376863).
  * Fix FTBFS "'MAX_NR_CONSOLES' undeclared" (Closes: Bug#392135).
  * Move 50brltty from prebaseconfig.d to finish-install.d
    (Closes: Bug#373118).
  * Move libbrlttybba.so to package libbrlapi1 (Closes: Bug#384254).
  * Upgrade Standards-Version to 3.7.2.
brltty (3.7.2-3.1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * changing build-depends from libbluetooth1-dev to libbluetooth2-dev |
    libbluetooth-dev as suggested by Felipe Augusto van de Wiel and Rudy
    Godoy. (Closes: #376863)
brltty (3.7.2-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add libbluetooth1-dev to Build-Depends.
  * Patch from SVN to fix Papenmeier memory leaks.
  * Go back to libxaw7-dev (on request from the XSF).
  * Remove brltty.1 from udeb (Closes: Bug#359326).
  * Patch frm SVN to eliminate rpath usage (Closes: Bug#360252).
  * Really purge brlapi.key (Closes: Bug#327238).
  * Reshuffle misplaced files (Closes: Bug#357860).
  * Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@ens-lyon.org>:
    * Autostart brltty only if the user set some "brltty=" parameters at the
      kernel command line.
    * Add udev rules for autostarting brltty when USB devices are probed.
    * Disable framebuffer and install brltty when brltty got auto-started.
brltty (3.7.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Move xbrlapi to libbrlapi1-dev.
brltty (3.7.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release (Closes: Bug#343122).
  * Use debhelper's new udeb capabilities instead of hacking around
    the issue. Updated Build-Depends to >= 4.2.
  * Drop debconf /etc/brltty.conf management support (sorry to the
    translators) (Closes: Bug#313182, Bug#314146, Bug#341029).
  * Add --retry 5 to init script stop/restart targets (Closes: Bug#313262).
brltty (3.4.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Include Czech debconf translation (Closes: Bug#237678).
  * debian/brltty.postinst: erm, it is /etc/brltty.key, not -key.
brltty (3.4.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream bugfix release.
  * Fix the regexp in brltty.postinst so that config files where
    a tab immediately follows the option name are edited properly.
brltty (3.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream version:
    * "Fixes" my blunder with makePath since what I backported
      to 3.3.1-7 is now integrated (Closes: Bug#226656).
brltty (3.3.1-7) unstable; urgency=low
  * Massive patch to enable inclusion of all driver modules in the
    executable for brltty-udeb (this saves more space, and fixes the problem
    that driver modules were referencing symbols defined in the executable):
    - Programs/{spk,brl}_driver.h: Rename the {Braille,Speech}Driver structs
      from {brl,spk}_driver to {brl,spk}_driver_XX where XX is the two-letter
      driver code.  This change went already into upstream's subversion
      repository, and is how 3.4 will do it.  However, backporting this
      change into 3.3.1 means that you can not use this version of BRLTTY
      with driver modules compiled for a standard 3.3.1
      (upstream doesn't support any kind of versioning anyway, and expects
       that the executable and driver modules are in sync at all times, so this
       will only beat those who already try to do unsupported things.)
    - configure.in: Add --enable-all-builtin.  (This is not how
      3.4 will do it, but upstream doesn't have this in subversion yet,
      so I had to go ahead and implement it myself (somehow ugly, but still
    - config.mk: Add BUILTIN_DRIVERS and DRIVER_LIST variables for conditional
      linking of all driver modules into the executable.
    - Drivers/*/braille.c: Make various private globals static.
    - Drivers/*/speech.c: Make #include "Programs/misc.h" appear before
      #include "Programs/brl_driver.h" to make macros available.
    - Documents/{brltty.{conf,1},Manual.sgml}: Document the fact that
      specifying drivers by full shared object path is no longer supported.
    - debian/rules: Use --enable-all-builtin if building the udeb.
    (Closes: Bug#211092, Bug#219928)
brltty (3.3.1-6) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add package groff to Build-Depends (closes: #219364)
brltty (3.3.1-5) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add linuxdoc-tools to Build-Depends (closes: #218815)
  * Upgrade to Standards-Version 3.6.1.
brltty (3.3.1-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Patch from 3.4-branch: Support for HandyTech Braillino.
  * debian/control: Added Braillino to list of HandyTech devices
  * debian/po/nl.po: Updated (Closes: Bug#215363).
  * debian/rules:
    - Install Drivers/*/README* in /usr/share/doc/brltty/.
    - Remove the vh driver from brltty-udeb since it is redundant and
      currently broken.  Vario users should use Emulation 3 (PB1) or
      Emulation 4 (PB2) with the TSI (ts) driver.
brltty (3.3.1-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Programs/scr_linux.c:
    - Patch from 3.4-branch: Assume a direct-through mapping if
      ioctl GET_UNIMAP returns a zero-element map.
  * New Japanese debconf translation (Closes: Bug#210711).
brltty (3.3.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * debian/brltty.init:
    - Use --pidfile for start-stop-daemon to prevent starting several
      instances of BRLTTY.  This also removes a indirect dependency on
      a mounted /proc since start-stop-daemon requires it when used with
      --exec or --name (Closes: Bug#208323).
  * Change Architecutre of binary package brltty to any.
  * Switch to po-debconf (Thanks to Christian Perrier, Closes: Bug#205806).
  * Add French debconf translation (Closes: Bug#206732).
  * Add Brazilian Portuguese debconf translation (Closes: Bug#187782).
  * Update German debconf translation.
  * Update debian/lintian.override.
brltty (3.3.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.
brltty (3.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.
  * debian/README.Debian:
    - Remove obsolete notes.
  * debian/brltty.docs:
    - Removed Documents/Manual-ger-HTML/ and Documents/Manual-ger.txt
      since upstream deleted the obsolete German manual.
  * debian/brltty.post{inst,rm}:
    - Create (only if not existing) and rm /etc/brlapi-key.
  * debian/control:
    - Add packages libbrlapi and libbrlapi-dev.
brltty (3.2-5) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fix a case where upgrade failed due to init script start failing
    (add --oknodo, and remove --quiet)
brltty (3.2-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fix doc-base.brltty (Closes: Bug#183230)
brltty (3.2-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * For udeb configure, set CXXFLAGS=-Os too, save another 608 bytes.
  * Portability fix in config.c
  * prebaseconfig: use apt-install, support short-hand device names, and
    translate them into their non-devfs equivalent names.
brltty (3.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add 50brltty to prebaseconfig.d in the -udeb variant.
brltty (3.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release (Closes: Bug#177400)
  * Remove undocumented.7 link and replace it with a real manpage from upstream
  * Set standard-version to 3.5.8
  * debian/brltty.templates:
    * texttbl: renamed to text-table and changed text.german->text.de,
      text.sweden->text.se1 and text.swedish->text.se2 and added text.ru.
    * speech-driver: New question.
    * braille-driver: Now put the full driver name in the select, and look the
      two letter combo up in brltty.postinst.
      brldriver: Removed.
    * override: New question.
  * debian/brltty.config:
    * Added override question, copied from libpam-ldap.
    * Added speech-driver.
    * Changed brldriver to braille-driver
    * Swap device and speech-driver position.
    * Provide device and speech-driver defaults based on braille-driver
  * debian/brltty.postinst:
    * Moved /etc/brltty.conf mangling here, also partly taken from libpam-ldap.
  * debian/brltty.init: Use -P and --pidfile.  --exec didn't work with restart
    on upgrade.
  * debian/brltty-udeb.init: Remove mknod again, upstream handles devfs now.
  * debian/rules:
    * Build brltty and -udeb with --disable-tainted-components.  This
      prevents accidental builds with the viavoice speech module included.
    * Build brltty-udeb with CFLAGS=-Os, --disable-speech-support and
  * Update lintian.override to get rid of select-with-translated-default-field
    and bogus partial-translated warnings.
brltty (3.1-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Add --with-braille-device=/dev/tts/0 to configure-udeb
    target, because d-i is using devfsd.
  * Add mknod /dev/tty0 call to brltty-udeb.init.
brltty (3.1-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Use gcc instead of ld to link.
brltty (3.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Update config.guess/sub on debian/rules clean.
  * Set DH_COMPAT=2 while doing dh_installdeb for the
    -udeb to prevent filenames like /etc/rcS.d/S02brltty.dpkg-new
brltty (3.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.
  * New binary package brltty-udeb.
  * Lots of changes to debian/ files were necessary because upstream
    changed to autoconf, and also decided to rename the whole source tree!
  * Excluded viavoice from configure.in again.
  * Remove mknod from Programs/Makefile.
brltty (3.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream release.
brltty (2.99.5-5) unstable; urgency=low
  * Added --oknodo to brltty stop
    (Closes: Bug#149989)
  * Added db_stop to end of postinst
    (Closes: Bug#147776)
brltty (2.99.5-4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Created lintian override file to prevent warnings
    which aren't relevant
brltty (2.99.5-3) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fixed copyright file to point to gpl
  * Fixed upstream changelog name to changelog.gz instead of ChangeLog.gz
  * dh_compat set to 3
  * German debconf templates
    (Closes: Bug#118044)
  * Added many archs to build on too
  * Changed runlevel to S
brltty (2.99.5-2) unstable; urgency=medium
  * Fix init script to correctly behave (hopefully this time)
  * Added Spanish templates (Closes: Bug#136361)
  * Added Dutch templates (Closes: Bug#134622)
  * Urgency medium to go to woody
brltty (2.99.5-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * New upstream version.
  * Fixed /etc/init.d/brltty stop bug (pidfile)
  * Added new drivers in debconf templates.
    (I won't install i18n templates until 3.0 is out)
brltty (2.98-2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Fixed control file to section extra as override file requested
  * Added missing braille drivers to debconf template
brltty (2.98-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Initial Release.

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