[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Accepted midori 0.5.11-2~bpo8+1 (source amd64) into jessie-backports, jessie-backports

Hash: SHA256

Format: 1.8
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2015 10:32:20 -0700
Source: midori
Binary: midori midori-dbg
Architecture: source amd64
Version: 0.5.11-2~bpo8+1
Distribution: jessie-backports
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Sergio Durigan Junior <sergiodj@sergiodj.net>
Changed-By: Andres Salomon <dilinger@debian.org>
 midori     - fast, lightweight graphical web browser
 midori-dbg - fast, lightweight graphical web browser (debug symbols)
Closes: 659773 660303 663185 758103 759959 787878 799337
 midori (0.5.11-2~bpo8+1) jessie-backports; urgency=medium
   * Rebuild for jessie-backports.
   * Add myself as an uploader.
 midori (0.5.11-2) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Remove "Force SSL verification" patch.
     The patch "force-ssl-cert-verification.patch" was mistakenly included
     in the last Midori release; this cased a regression because the user
     cannot access a website that has a self-signed SSL/TLS certificate
     anymore.  This change removes the patch and allows the user to trust
     self-signed certificates again. (Closes: #799337)
 midori (0.5.11-1) unstable; urgency=low
   [ Yves-Alexis Perez ]
   * New upstream release.
   * Apply patch from Colin Watson to improve conffile handling, using new
     debhelper features.                                         closes: #659773
   * debian/control:
     - update standards version to 3.9.3.
     - update homepage address.
     - remove myself from uploaders.
   * debian/midori.maintscript:
     - handle the /etc/xdg/midori/extensions/libadblock.so removal there.
                                                                 closes: #660303
   * debian/patches:
     - force-ssl-cert-verification added, set ssl-strict to TRUE so connections
       are not done if the ssl certificate can't be trusted.
   * debian/compat bumped to 9.
   [ Ryan Niebur ]
   * new upstream version, including the waf unpack changes made thanks
     to the NMU by Koichi Akabe
     - refreshed patches
     - add new Build-Dep on libzeitgeist-dev
   * Improve dh_auto_clean target in d/rules to handle some leftover
     files from quilt and waf
   [ Andres Salomon ]
   * Import Debian patch 0.4.3+dfsg-0.2
   [ Sergio Durigan Junior ]
   * Changing gbp.conf to not override the default tag name for releases.
   * Updating section names on debian/gbp.conf
   * Imported Upstream version 0.5.11
   * Update debian/patches for the new Midori version (0.5.11).
   * Revamp build system (use cmake instead of waf)
     - Update debian/rules, removing old stuff (from waf) and adding new,
       simpler rules for the cmake-based build.
     - Update debian/control, listing the new package maintainer and
       reviewed dependencies.
     - Delete debian/waf-unpack file.
     - Rename debian/config/{Debian,Ubuntu}.h files to
     With this change, it is now unnecessary to create a DFSG-modified
     version of the package, because Waf is not used as the build system
     anymore (for more details, see Bug 645191).
     It is possible to build the package now, but it still has some lintian
     warnings that will be fixed in the following changes.
     (Closes: #663185, #758103, #787878)
   * Adding shlibs and lintian-overrides files.
     Due to the way libraries (i.e., plugins) are built by Midori (without
     a proper SONAME), it is necessary (or at least recommended) to provide
     a shlibs file that contains trustworthy information about the
     libraries being installed on the system.
     Unfortunately, it is also necessary to provide a lintian-overrides
     file in order to silence some lintian warnings (mostly about the
     shlibs mentioned above).  We'll have to work with upstream in order to
     solve this problem.
     Another lintian error that needed to be silenced was related to the
     data/midori.swf file, present at the original tarball.  This file is
     used just for testing (i.e., it is not installed in the system), and
     is actually generated using the png2swf utility (from the swftools
     package), which means it can be verified.
   * Rewrite manpage.
     The old manpage was too simple and did not cover many of the options
     supported by Midori on the command line.  Fixed that by rewriting it
     almost completely, including many missing options, updating dates and
     author, and improving the formatting.
 midori (0.4.3+dfsg-0.2) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Non-maintainer upload.
   * Drop debian/presubj.in as the webkit text browser
     GtkLauncher is no longer packaged. (Closes: #759959)
 25c3173a6229e9903568109c98d2d1ac13074285 2310 midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1.dsc
 849ef7abd36d8e5436e3aa3ae2c0ae9d018f8ba4 1169851 midori_0.5.11.orig.tar.bz2
 b1b06acda554803a5d5eff07f9cf8770ab80c848 15900 midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1.debian.tar.xz
 4c1bf1d2bd13a07465a85a77391b6875dc647492 1116090 midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1_amd64.deb
 ba13bff9eef0bcf36c2d7b566054e903503b1aa4 2411866 midori-dbg_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1_amd64.deb
 81d92d672c3b1e051cbe103c1a3f6bc88d4c443e969020cecd622b9d8b2ce83d 2310 midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1.dsc
 fdc85a87f341124977b709f2d355704d23a35d680e34e52a31a857fcd628e5bd 1169851 midori_0.5.11.orig.tar.bz2
 b675a8c270611c3b00f22df6bd5582dee663141f24f7bd7c627577d836584a7e 15900 midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1.debian.tar.xz
 cd6dc5bd05c776708a7abf9ded376f718268025a29d597316318559214e0ca9c 1116090 midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1_amd64.deb
 fdb7bcf73ae3bc1732daec231ed39841d4f32c37cb48cb8de7513831967cbcd0 2411866 midori-dbg_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1_amd64.deb
 c18145a185416635cee011666a355377 2310 web optional midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1.dsc
 f413ca3366b3861ca574dad67f6c99ec 1169851 web optional midori_0.5.11.orig.tar.bz2
 f6c79e70a06727776a8299813f01e7c8 15900 web optional midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1.debian.tar.xz
 0c4a02d120164bd57f67b26fffd704d9 1116090 web optional midori_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1_amd64.deb
 661d4ef5d4f095692c11d94adb638ff4 2411866 debug extra midori-dbg_0.5.11-2~bpo8+1_amd64.deb

Version: GnuPG v1


Reply to: