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To: Branden Robinson <branden@debian.org>
Subject: xfree86_4.2.1-1_i386.changes is NEW
Date: Fri, 04 Oct 2002 18:48:40 -0400
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  to pool/main/x/xfree86/lbxproxy_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libdps-dev_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libdps1-dbg_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libdps1_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libxaw6-dbg_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libxaw6-dev_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libxaw6_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libxaw7-dbg_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libxaw7-dev_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/libxaw7_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/proxymngr_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/twm_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/x-window-system-core_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/x-window-system_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xbase-clients_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xdm_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfonts-100dpi-transcoded_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfonts-100dpi_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfonts-75dpi-transcoded_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfonts-75dpi_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfonts-base-transcoded_4.2.1-1_all.deb
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  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfonts-cyrillic_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfonts-scalable_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfree86-common_4.2.1-1_all.deb
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  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfs_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xfwp_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xlib6g-dev_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xlib6g_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xlibmesa-dev_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
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  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xlibs-dev_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xlibs-pic_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xlibs_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xmh_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xnest_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xprt_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xserver-common_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
(new) xserver-xfree86-dbg_4.2.1-1_i386.deb optional x11
the XFree86 X server (static version with debugging symbols)
 This package is a variant of the xserver-xfree86 package which includes a
 monolithic XFree86 X server binary (as opposed to using loadable server
 modules on the architectures where they are supported) and which retains
 debugging symbols for executation tracing and core dump analysis.
 Installation of the xserver-xfree86 package is recommended for documentation
 of the XFree86 X server, but is not mandatory.  See the package description
 of xserver-xfree86 for more information.
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  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xspecs_4.2.1-1_all.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xterm_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xutils_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
  to pool/main/x/xfree86/xvfb_4.2.1-1_i386.deb
Changes: xfree86 (4.2.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * patch #019: new; patch from David Schleef to fix byteswapping when using
    Xv on Rage128 chips with YUY2 and UYVY data
  * patch #020: new; patch from Mike A. Harris to support EuroSign in gb, hu,
    hu_US, pl, pl2, tr, and us_intl XKB symbols files
  * patch #021: new; Alan Cox's update to the cyrix driver to make it actually
  * patch #022: new; Ross Mikosh's fix for offscreen pixmap corruption after
    VT switch on Matrox cards
  * patch #023: new; use the buggy-HAL workarounds in mode initialization for
    G550 as well as previous Matrox cards
  * patch #047: really got __vendorversion__ defined correctly this time, I
    mean it
  * patch #314: new; fix to chips driver's assumption that all ARM machines
    run NetBSD.  Fixes build failure. (thanks, Michel Dänzer and Othmar
  * patch #453; new; unaligned-load functions for ia64 in compiler.h should be
    declared "static __inline__", not "extern __inline__"; otherwise a
    non-optimized build will fail to have them at all.  Fixes build failure.
    (thanks, Matt Chapman)
  * patch #085,150,500: resynced with #047
  * debian/MANIFEST.arm: updated
  * debian/control:
    - updated list of shared libraries in xlibs package description
    - updated list of static-only libraries in xlibs-dev package description
  * debian/local/xvfb-run.1: correct a typo
  * debian/{xlibs,xlibs-dev}.files.alpha: deleted; no longer needed
  * debian/xbase-clients.files.s390: updated
  * debian/xdm.templates.nl: added Dutch translation (thanks, Wouter Verhelst)
    (Closes: #139229)
  * debian/xserver-common.templates.nl: added Dutch translation (thanks,
    Wouter Verhelst) (Closes: #139230)
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.config.in: migrate from pre-4.2 configurations; if
    the "pex" or "xie" modules are selected, de-select them, since they no
    longer exist
xfree86 (4.2.1-0pre1v2) unstable; urgency=low
  * patch #000_post_xf-4_2_1: resynced with xf-4_2-branch as of 2002-09-17
    - xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/doc/sgml/README.sgml: fix typo in URL
      (David Dawes)
    - SECURITY: Implement LocalClientCred() to return the credentials of local
      clients connected through Unix domain sockets on systems that have the
      required support (for now recent Linux, FreeBSD >= 4.6, OpenBSD >= 3.0
      are implemented), and use that in ShmAttach() to grant access to the
      client.  When client credentials are not available, require world
      accessibility. (Matthieu Herrb)
    - xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/drivers/ati/r128_driver.c: BIOSDisplay
      was always getting forced to R128_BIOS_DISPLAY_FP on cards that might
      have a FP attached. This was wrong if a CRT is being used instead, and
      caused both sets of DPMS routines to get used, which resultsed in a SEGV
      on CloseDisplay(), as well as making DPMS not work for a CRT. (Stuart
  * patch #000_stolen_from_HEAD:
    - Don't build the GLw library when BuildServersOnly is set. (Marc La
  * patch #001:
    - Use new symbol DefaultGcc2OptimizeOpt from xfree86.cf instead of
      hard-coding optimization levels for most architectures.
    - In LinuxDebian section, set optimization level per Debian Policy (but
      use #ifndef so it can be overridden in the build environment).
  * patch #004:
    - Define new symbol, DefaultGcc2OptimizeOpt, if it is not already defined
      and HasGcc2 is true.  Make DefaultGcc2{Axp,i386,Ppc}Opt use this by
      default.  This enables more control over the build with fewer things
      passed to IMAKE_DEFINES.
  * patch #016: new; updates to mga(4x) manpage
  * patch #017: new; fixes to xrandr(1x) manpage from Colin Watson
  * patch #018: new; patch from Michel Dänzer to fix broken OpenGL point and
    line drawing on ATI Rage128 chips
  * patch #024: deleted; existing patch #074 should fix this problem in a
    better way
  * patch #047: new; define new imake variable, XFree86ManVersionString, and
    use that for XVendorManVersionString; XFree86VersionString has an embedded
    space that I can't rid of, and messes up manpage .TH macro arguments
  * patch #052: deleted; dropped this Debian-specific meta/alt/windows key
    thing because XFree86 4.2 has the "altwin" symbols file; Emacs users need
    to check it out (/etc/X11/xkb/symbols/altwin)
  * patch #059: fix bdftruncate's usage message to not refer to itself as
  * patch #061: reworked this patch to fix more problems and make it
    consistent with other X manpages
  * patch #085: new; major enhancements to imake's manpage generation support,
    making it possible to do different cross-references to OS-installed
    manpages versus X11-distributed manpages
  * patch #086: new; started overhauling manpages to take advantage of patch
    #085, use consistent style, fix errors, use proper roff idioms, etc.
  * patch #069,072,077,082,100,150,500: resynced with other patches
  * debian/MANIFEST.{arm,hppa,s390}: updated
  * debian/{MANIFEST.*,xlibs.conffiles,xlibs.files*}: removed
    etc/X11/xkb/symbols/alt, as a consequence of the deletion of patch #052
    (see above)
  * debian/control: bumped Standards-Version to 3.5.7 (see changes to
    debian/rules below)
  * debian/copyright: updated to reflect upstream 4.2.1 release
  * debian/local/dexconf: don't reference the Generic Mouse InputDevice
    section in the ServerLayout section if the Configured Mouse is a gpm
    repeater device
  * debian/local/xterm.faq.html: updated to version 1.75
  * debian/local/xvfb-run{,.1}:
    - added several options to make this script's behavior more configurable
    - documented the new options
    - cleaned up the formatting of the manpage
  * debian/rules:
    - set up DEBUGFLAGS more simply thanks to patches #001 and #004 (just use
    - recognize "build-arch" and "build-indep" targets (both of them simply
      call "build", however, so this package still has no Build-Depends-Indep
    - support "noopt" and "nostrip" flags in $DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS
    - explicitly tell dh_strip to strip the modules in
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.config.in: tweak validation of BusID specifications
    to permit exactly one to three digits in each field of a PCI bus spec
xfree86 (4.2.1-0pre1v1) unstable; urgency=low
  * new upstream release
    - VT switching fixed on Trident Cyber9525/DVD (Closes: #107451)
  * patch #000_post_xf-4_2_1: resynced with xf-4_2-branch
    - build fix for OpenBSD >= 3.1 (Matthieu Herrb)
  * patch #000_stolen_from_HEAD:
    - resynced patches to xc/lib/X11/{XlcDL.c,lcPrTxt.c}
  * patch #000_stolen_from_HEAD_nv_driver:
    - resynced
  * patch #001,002,003,008,011,012,033,045,046,051,056,061,077,081,100,900,
    905: resynced with XFree86 4.2.1
  * patch #004: #define DevelDrivers to "/* */" for HP-PA and ARM
  * patch #009: new; fix problems with a blue bar appearing on the right side
    of the video overlay window when using Xv on i815 chips (thanks, Oliver
    Zendel) (Closes: #131602)
  * patch #010: new; enable the X server to behave correctly when it receives
    EBUSY from ioctl(SUSPEND) (Closes: #133251)
  * patch #013: new; have the wacom input driver wait longer for input (1
    second instead of 1 millisecond) (Closes: #148193)
  * patch #014: new; document the CTRL-ALT-KP* and CTRL-ALT-KP/ key sequences
    in the XFree86 manpage
  * patch #015: new; fix for segfault in lbxproxy's ResizeReverseMap()
    function (Closes: #158196)
  * patch #050: fix more errors in the XF86Config-4 manpage
  * patch #084: new; support a new XFree86 ServerFlags option: "DontVTSwitch"
    which disables keyboard-activated VT switches
  * patch #999: make this debugging patch actually do something (oops), but
    also move it to old-patches directory since it produces copious output to
    the X server log file
  * debian/local/dexconf: don't write a Generic Mouse section if the
    Configured Mouse is a gpm repeater device, because we cannot know what gpm
    is repeating, and it might be a USB mouse (Closes: #154057)
  * debian/rules:
    - copy xserver-xfree86's templates file for xserver-xfree86-dbg's use
    - fix buggy syntax in install-server and binary-server rules
  * debian/xfs.postinst.in: look for xfs's init script before running
    update-rc.d, not xdm's
xfree86 (4.2.0-0pre1v4) unstable; urgency=low
  * Re-generated .orig.tar.gz without the README.DRI and README.DRIcomp files
    under xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/doc; the documents are not licensed
    DFSG-freely.  Sorry for causing the 50 meg hit on those of you interested
    in the orig tarball.  :(
  * patch #000_post_xf-4_2_0: resynced with xf-4_2-branch
    - Set version/date for a snapshot. (David Dawes)
    - Fix i810_free_page() and i830_free_page() for DRI kernel modules so
      that later 2.4.x kernels are supported. (Alan Hourihane)
    - Add missing commas to us_intl XKB symbols file (sync with HEAD). (Paulo
      Cesar Pereira de Andrade)
    - install darwinLib.{rules,tmpl} (David Dawes)
  * patch #001: add DefaultGcc2DebugOpt to OptimizedCDebugFlags for all
    architectures (not sure why upstream doesn't have debugging in the stock
    optimized C "debug" flags...)
  * patch #004: new; don't build the imstt and Amiga framebuffer drivers by
    default for arm and hppa architectures
  * patch #073; deleted; taken care of by xf-4_2-branch (see above)
  * patch #079: new; updated savage driver up to Tim Roberts's version 1.1.23t
    (thanks, Chris Halls!)
  * patch #080: new; minor corrections to the Xlib and Xt manuals (thanks,
    Jochen Voss) (Closes: #159170,#159207,#159209)
  * patch #081: new; Mike Harris's patch for Radeon Mobility and FireGL 7800
    (a.k.a. "LX" chipset) support
  * patch #082: new; patch to ati driver to enable r128 and radeon drivers to
    compile without vgahw layer enabled
  * patch #083: new; patch to i810 driver to enable it to compile when the
    static server is enabled (the i810_outreg_get_addr_name and
    i810_outreg_decode_register functions are not defined anywhere)
  * patch #100: remove patch to atimach64.c because xf86WriteMmioBe() should
    not be directly referenced by driver code -- only via macros
  * patch #101: new; patch from David S. Miller via Ben Collins to fix
    erroneous module loader assumption about all SPARC 4m-MMU-using
    processors supporting v8 instructions (Closes: #111581)
  * patch #400: deleted; it simply undid the now-removed atimach64.c patch
    from patch #100 for the hppa architecture
  * patch #908: don't attempt to do anything with now-nonexistent
    README.DRI{,comp} files (see above)
  * debian/MANIFEST.*: updated
  * debian/control:
    - xlibs Conflicts: xbase-clients (<< 4.2.0) because some clients (such as
      xdpyinfo) in 4.1.0 and earlier versions of xbase-clients are linked
      against libXIE, which is no longer shipped.  xlibs will need to Conflict
      with any other packages that depend on the disappearing PEX5 and XIE
  * debian/copyright: update the "dead pool" to add README.DRI{,comp}
  * debian/rules:
    - when building static debugging server, set optimization level to 0
      instead of 2
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.docs.*: remove README.DRI{,comp}
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.templates:
    - clarify the circumstances under which advanced users can look for the
      XKB directory (Closes: #140228)
    - clarify that the mouse questions don't support more than 5 buttons
      (see #141390)
xfree86 (4.2.0-0pre1v3) unstable; urgency=low
  * patch #000_post_xf-4_2_0:
    - include DPMS fix for r128 driver (thanks to Stuart Anderson for pulling
      the patch over to xf-4_2-branch)
  * patch #000_stolen_from_HEAD:
    - Fix SEGV in 3dfx DRI driver. (Alan Hourihane)
    - Fix enabling of i810 DRI when XvMC is disabled (#5208, Matthew Sottek,
  * patch #000_stolen_from_HEAD_nv_driver:
    - Refence the "nv" driver.  PPC and Alpha users should test this.
      Especially to see if this solves the problem with color expansion hangs.
      (Mark Vojkovich)
  * patch #001: turn off modular XFree86 server for MIPS architectures since
    the ELF loader isn't yet working on those platforms, per Guido Guenther
  * patch #075: new; don't ship the XIE headers if we're not building the
  * patch #076: new; xterm now works around hateful lies from GNU libc's
    getpt() function (see #121899)
  * patch #077: new; define DriverManSuffix as 4x and MiscManSuffix as 7x on
    GNU and Linux systems per suggestion from Colin Watson (see #157020)
    (Closes: #85297)
  * patch #078: new; fix i810 crash on VT switch due to call to Sync() while
    switched away (Andris Pavenis) (Closes: #78395)
  * patch #313: new; tell xdm that more architectures have "fragile" /dev/mem
    devices (i.e., only read above 1MB) (might fix #107311)
  * patch #600: new; patch from Guido Guenther to fix some newport driver
    - broken 24bpp mode setup
    - black console after starting X
    - screensaver blanking the console
    - off-by-one errors in the RefreshArea code
  * debian/MANIFEST.*: updated
  * debian/control:
    - new package: xserver-xfree86-dbg -- a monolithic XFree86
      server binary complete with debugging symbols for your SEGV backtracing
    - add ${shlibs:Depends} for library debugging packages
  * debian/local/{XF86Config.7,Xsession.5,Xsession.options.5,
    update-fonts-scale.8,xdm.options.5,xfs.options.5,xvfb-run.1}: update
    manpage reference to reflect change from patch #077 (see above)
  * debian/local/Xsession: remove unused *MODMAP variables (see #157396)
  * debian/local/update-fonts-alias: only start writing new alias file if
    there are any aliases to process (thanks, Ian Zimmerman) (Closes: #144780)
  * debian/rules:
    - new rules; "genscripts" and "cleanscript", and some miscellaneous
    - add infrastructure to support new xserver-xfree86-dbg package
    - add workaround for dpkg-shlibdeps brain damage so that xlibs does not
      end up depending on itself (see #80340)
  * debian/{xdm,xfs}.postinst.in: only invoke update-rc.d if init script
    exists (user may have removed it) (Closes: #151023)
  * debian/xfree86-common.files: update to new manpage filenames (see above)
  * debian/xfree86-common.postinst.in: include a confmodule-sourcing
  * debian/xlibs.links: remove obsolete symlinks to XIE and PEX5 libraries
  * debian/xlibs.shlibs.dummy: kludge file to work around dpkg-dev bug #80340
    (see above)
  * debian/xserver-xfree86-dbg.files: new; ship XFree86-debug executable
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.files*: update to new manpage filenames (see above)
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.files.hppa: ship nv(4) manpage
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.files.m68k: ship driver modules and manpages for nv
    and savage drivers
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.files.mips: remove server modules (see above)
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.files.powerpc: ship driver modules and manpages for
    nv and savage drivers
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.templates:
    - document that the maximum supported color depth is 8 on old ATI hardware
      (see #76291)
    - mention that the vbe module depends on the int10 module
      (Closes: #139755)
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.templates.nl: added Dutch translation (needs
    update) (thanks, Wouter Verhelst) (Closes: #139231)
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.templates.sv: updated Swedish translation (needs
    update) (thanks, Mikael Hedin) (Closes: #143477)
xfree86 (4.2.0-0pre1v2) unstable; urgency=low
  * Re-generated .orig.tar.gz without the COPYRIGHT.BH and COPYRIGHT.IBM files
    under xc/fonts/scaled; the fonts under these licenses are not in our
    source tarball because they are not DFSG-free, therefore it does not make
    sense to ship copyright license files that do not apply to anything.
    Also removed the non-free fonts from
    xc/programs/Xserver/XpConfig/C/print/models.  Sorry for causing the 50 meg
    hit on those of you interested in the orig tarball.  :(
  * patch #000_stolen_from_HEAD:
    - Add PCI ID for ATI Radeon Mobility M7 'LX' (#5233, Mike Harris).
    - Move int10 softbooting farther up in the glint driver to post much
      earlier (Alan Hourihane).
    - Fix RGB/BGR inversion problem and screen blanking in the glint driver
      (Alan Hourihane).
  * patch #000_stolen_from_HEAD_nv_driver:
    - updates to nv driver from XFree86 CVS courtesy of James Hirschorn
  * patch #001:
    - define XFree86CustomVersion as "Debian" when building with
      DebianMaintainer symbol defined
    - clean up duplicate definitions for HPArchitecture
    - updated patches for SuperH 4 (sh4) architecture per ISHIKAWA Mutsumi
  * patch #002: re-apply a couple of xdm configuration patches that got lost
  * patch #003: re-apply a cosmetic fix to the X font server code that got
  * patch #061: re-apply some fixes to the Xserver(1) manpage that got lost
  * patch #072: new; patch from Michel Dänzer to support a boolean "DMAforXv"
    option in the r128 driver
  * patch #073: new; patch from Andoni Zubimendi to fix syntax errors in the
    us_intl XKB symbols file
  * patch #074: new; patch from H. J. Lu via Jack Howarth to make the XFree86
    server's ELF object loader not barf on modules with no symbols in them
    (Closes: #154855)
  * patch #150: build the nv driver module for PowerPC
  * debian/MANIFEST.{arm,ia64,mips,sh3,sh4}: updated
  * debian/control:
    - s/Lucidux/Luxi/ in xfont-scalable's extended description, since Bigelow
      & Holmes changed the name of the font.
    - bump xlibs, xserver-common, and xutils' versioned dependencies on
      xfree86-common to 4.2 or greater
    - add "sh3" and "sh4" to architecture list for xserver-xfree86
  * debian/copyright:
    - update the "dead pool" (list of non-free files) to bring it in line with
      4.2.0 reality
    - update upstream license section to include current contents of xc/LABEL
      and xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/doc/LICENSE
    - drop old "SGI FREE SOFTWARE LICENSE B", which applied to a big Mesa
      patch Debian applied a long time ago but which has been defunct for
      quite a while
  * debian/rules:
    - generate (and clean) ".config" maintainer scripts from an .in file just
      as we do the preinst, postinst, prerm, and postrm scripts
    - substitute the string "@SOURCE_VERSION@" with the package version number
      when generating the maintainer scripts
    - resume stripping XFree86 server modules on Alpha again, thanks to patch
      #074 (see above)
  * debian/shell-lib.sh:
    - define the SOURCE_VERSION variable to "@SOURCE_VERSION@" (which gets
      replaced in the rules file)
    - use signal names instead of numbers in the trap command
    - add garlic to ward off Clint Adams (see #150384)
  * debian/xfree86-common.{config.in,templates}: added a little lesson in
    literacy for those who refuse to read
  * debian/xlibmesa3.files.ia64: updated
  * debian/xlibs.files.ia64: deleted; ia64 now uses xlibs.files
  * debian/xlibs-dbg.debugfiles.*: deleted; all arches now use
  * debian/xlibs-dev.files.ia64: deleted; ia64 now uses xlibs-dev.files
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.config: added s3 driver to fallback, hard-coded
    list of available driver modules for architectures which build this driver
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.docs.*: updated
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.files.ia64: updated
xfree86 (4.2.0-0pre1v1) unstable; urgency=low
  * First experimental releae.  Thanks to ISHIKAWA Mutsumi for making this
    release possible.
  * Source tar archive does not contain the non-free TrueType and Type1 fonts;
    see debian/copyright for details.
  * new upstream version
    - X server now does blocking writes to on standard output and standard
      error; prevents DoS attacks (Closes: #81651)
    - ATI Rage 128 SM chips now recongized (Closes: #88954)
    - trident driver improved (Closes: #99348)
    - sis driver now works on laptop video bridges (Closes: #99409)
    - es_ES@euro locale now recognized (Closes: #99350)
    - neomagic driver no longer hangs the X server (Closes: #99908)
    - neomagic driver no longer falsely advertises Xv support
      (Closes: #108672)
    - savage driver improved (Closes: #111611)
    - ati/r128 driver improved (Closes: #111823)
    - server no longer crashes when glVertex3f() called with NaN as an argument
      (Closes: #116590)
    - the pex5 module can't segfault if it doesn't exist, which it doesn't now
      (Closes: #116610)
    - ATI Radeon Mobility M6 chips now supported (Closes: #118929)
    - ATI Radeon Mobility M6 and M7 chips now recognized (Closes: #120741)
    - ATI Radeon 8500 / R200 QL chips now recognized (Closes: #123343)
    - new s3 driver supports Trio32 and Trio64 cards (Closes: #131248)
    - ATI Xpert 2000 / Rage 128 TF chips now recognized (Closes: #134070)
    - dark colors no longer display as black when -rv option used on a
      monochrome terminal with xterm (Closes: #134340)
    - S3 ProSavage Twister chips now supported (Closes: #136690)
    - fixes font corruption problems in mga driver (Closes: #139304)
    - alt key handling now consistent between pc101/102 and pc104/105 keymaps
      (Closes: #143638)
    - CyberBlade/i1 lockups in trident driver resolved (Closes: #149518)
  * patch #000_post: update to xf-4_2-branch as of 2002-06-09 (ISHIKAWA
  * patch #000_stolen_from_HEAD.diff: new;
    - 157. Add some reference counting for Xlib's i18n modules,
      preventing a module getting unloaded while it's still in use
      (#5160, Owen Taylor).
    - 159. Add missing zh_CN XI18N_OBJS file (#5164, Yong Li).
    - 163. Fix a bug that resulted in XwcTextPropertyToTextList()
      storing an incomplete list (#5168, Tassia St. Germain,
      for X.Org).
    - 172. Fix a bounds check in Xlib's Region code (#5183, Owen Taylor).
    (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * patch #046: add XvMC_pic and libI810XvMC_pic.a library support (ISHIKAWA
  * patch #071: new; fix for X-TT SEGV (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * patch #550: new; sh3/sh4 architecture support; tiny fixes to linux.cf
    (fix invalid cpp syntax and disable DoLoadableServer) (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * patch #551: new; fix for static server build on sh3/sh4 (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * almost every patch file was affected in some way; either dropped or
    resynced with the new release
  * Client-side support for the PEX5 and XIE extensions has been dropped; this
    includes the xfonts-pex the extension libraries and headers in xlibs and
    xlibs-dev, and the xieperf client from xbase-clients.
  * New X protocol extensions: Xrandr ("X R and R": root window resizing and
    rotation extension) and XTrap (enables capture of server protocol and
    sythesis of core input events); this includes extension libraries and
    headers in xlibs and xlibs-dev, as well as sample clients in
    xbase-clients: xrandr, xtrapchar, xtrapin, xtrapinfo, xtrapout,
    xtrapproto, xtrapreset, and xtrapstats.
  * New font-encoding library and header files in xlibs and xlibs-dev.
  * New experimental protocol extension: XvMC (X video motion compensation);
    currently available only as a static extension library in xlibs-dev.  A
    static PIC version is also available in xlibs-pic.
  * New font encoding files for dec-special, ISO 8859-16, KSC 5601.1992, and
    TIS 620-2.
  * New font in the ClearlyU family: 12-point Devanagari
  * The internationalization support in Xlib has been modularized.
  * The Compose map for the mk_MK.UTF-8 locale has been dropped.
  * New symbols files for XKB: al, altwin, ar, ben, compose, czsk, dev, ge_la,
    ge_ru, guj, gur, ir, iu, la, level3, mm, mt, mt_us, nl, pl2, ru_yawerty,
    sapmi, se_FI, se_NO, se_SE, tj, tml, tr_f, us_group2, yu.
  * The lt_p symbols file for XKB has been dropped.
  * An s3 video driver module for the XFree86 X server has been added; it
    supports some pre-ViRGE S3 cards such as the Trio64.
  * The newport video driver module for the XFree86 X server now builds for
    more architectures.
  * New input driver modules for the XFree86 X server: calcomp, dmc, hyperpen,
  * There is a new extension to the mi (machine-independent) portion of the X
    server implementation: "layer", which currently hooks into the shadowfb
    support and is used by the RandR extension.
  * New utility: luit, a filter that can be run between an arbitrary
    application and a UTF-8 terminal emulator.  Now part of xutils.
  * There is now a DRI driver for Intel i830 chipsets (in xlibmesa3).
  * Tons of new manpages for the gl*() functions (in xlibmesa-dev).
  * xedit (in xbase-clients) now knows how to process LISP expressions.
  * add support for sh3 and sh4 architectures; new files
    {MANIFEST,xserver-xfree86.files,scripts/vars}.{sh3,sh4} (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * debian/MANIFEST.{alpha,hppa,m68k,powerpc,sparc}: updated (ISHIKAWA
  * debian/README: allocate patch sequence numbers for Hitachi SuperH (sh)
  * debian/changelog{,.Debian.old}: entries from XFree86 4.0.1 through 4.0.3
    moved to the old changelog file
  * debian/control:
    - drop xfonts-pex package (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
    - update xlibs's extended description to note that the PEX5 and XIE
      extension client libraries are no longer shipped or supported
    - xserver-common conflicts with xserver-{rage128,sis}; these obsolete
      packages expect outdated behavior regarding /etc/X11/Xserver.  This
      change smooths potato upgrades.  (Closes: #148937)
  * debian/copyright:
    - added ISHIKAWA Mutsumi to list of package authors
  * debian/shell-lib.sh: update analyze_path() to list all contents of the
    parent directory when a file being searched for is not found; this is to
    help the dpkg maintainers troubleshoot the ever-elusive
    "missing-symlink-to-directory" problem
  * debian/shlibs.local
    - add libXTrap 6 xlibs (>> 4.2.0)
    - add libXrandr 6 xlibs (>> 4.2.0)
    (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * debian/xbase-clients.files{,s390}:
    - add xtrap* and manpages
    - add xrandr and manpage
    (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * debian/xfonts-base.files: add some of the new encoding files (ISHIKAWA
  * debian/xlibs.files*:
    - drop libPEX5 and libXIE (no longer built upstream by default)
    - add various new XKB files
    - add libXTrap.so.1.0
    - add libXrandr.so.6.0
    - bump libXrender.so.1.0 -> libXrender.so.1.1
    (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * debian/xlibs.conffiles: add various new XKB files (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * debian/xlibs.shlibs
    - add libXTrap 6 (>> 4.2.0)
    - add libXrandr 6 (>> 4.2.0)
    (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * debian/xlibs-dev.files*:
    - drop libPEX5.a, libXIE.a, and related header files (see above)
    - add libXTrap.a
    - add libXvMC.a and libI810XvMC.a
    - add libXrandr.a
    - add libfontenc.a
    (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * debian/xlibs-dbg.debugfiles*:
    - drop libPEX5 and libXIE (see above)
    - add various XKB files
    - add libXTrap.so.1.0
    - add libXrandr.so.6.0
    - update libXrender.so.1.0 -> libXrender.so.1.1
  * debian/xlibs-pic.files: add libXvMC_pic.a and libI810XvMC_pic.a (ISHIKAWA
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.files.{alpha,powerpc,sparc}: add s3_drv.o,
    libxtrap.a,liblayer.a, new input drivers and related manpages (ISHIKAWA
  * debian/xserver-xfree86.files.{hppa,m68k}: add new input drivers' manpages
    (ISHIKAWA Mutsumi)
  * debian/xutils.files{,.powerpc}: add luit and its manpage (ISHIKAWA
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