yui-compressor_2.4.2-2~bpo50+1_i386.changes is NEW
(new) yui-compressor_2.4.2-2~bpo50+1.diff.gz optional java
(new) yui-compressor_2.4.2-2~bpo50+1.dsc optional java
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comments and white-spaces, obfuscates local variables using the smallest
possible variable name. This obfuscation is safe, even when using constructs
such as 'eval' or 'with' (although the compression is not optimal is those
cases) Compared to jsmin, the average savings is around 20%.
The YUI Compressor is also able to safely compress CSS files. The decision
on which compressor is being used is made on the file extension (js or css).
(new) yui-compressor_2.4.2.orig.tar.gz optional java
Changes: yui-compressor (2.4.2-2~bpo50+1) lenny-backports; urgency=low
* Rebuild for lenny-backports.
* Requires backported rhino.
yui-compressor (2.4.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Add Depends on a Java runtime (Closes: #565645)
* Depends on libjargs-java instead of embedding it inside yui-compressor
* Update Vcs-* fields to reflect package name change
(yuicompressor -> yui-compressor)
* Create extended manpage from help output
- remove docbook debian/yui-compressor.1.xml
- remove Build-Depends on docbook2x
* Use java-wrappers for bin/yui-compressor launcher script
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