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Bug#661498: RFS: burp/1.3.1-1 -- Simple cross-platform network BackUp and Restore Program (new upstream release)

Package: sponsorship-requests
Severity: normal

  Dear mentors,

  I am looking for a sponsor for my package "burp"

 * Package name    : burp
    Version         : 1.3.1-1
    Upstream Author : Graham Keeling <keeling@spamcop.net>
 * URL             : http://burp.grke.net/
 * License         : AGPLv3
    Section         : utils

  It builds those binary packages:

    burp  - Simple cross-platform network BackUp and Restore Program
   burp-dbg   - debugging symbols for Burp

  To access further information about this package, please visit the following URL:


  Alternatively, one can download the package with dget using this command:

    dget -x http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/b/burp/burp_1.3.1-1.dsc

  More information about hello can be obtained from http://www.example.com.

  Changes since the last upload:

  * New upstream release version 1.3.1
  * Switched to Standards-Version 3.9.3 Debian bug: (Closes: #661001)
  * respect noopt in DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS. Debian bug: (Closes: #661281)
  * Fixed typo in logrotate script Debian bug: (Closes: #660964)
  * added debug package Debian bug: (Closes: #661267)
  * EFS support on Windows.
  * Move to using mingw-w64 for both 32bit and 64bit Windows builds.
  * Add 'exclude_fs =' option for Linux so that you can skip partitions
    types (for example, tmpfs) without generating warnings.
  * If recovery method 'resume' is set, but the includes/excludes change,
    switch to 'use', then start a new backup.
  * In the tests, check to see whether it looks like the server has finished
    the backup before moving on, rather than just waiting a set amount of time.
  * Add man pages for bedup and burp_ca.
  * Add Bas van den Dikkenberg's tweaks for getting burp into official Debian
    and Ubuntu repositories. Burp is now in debian sid and ubuntu precise.
  * Make the server tell the client what extra_comms features it supports, so
    that, in future, old servers are more likely to work with new clients.
  * Improve 'make clean'.
  * Add option to strip off leading path components on restore.
  * Fix segfault that was happening on the server when SSL_accept() failed.
  * Move burp and bedup to /usr/sbin (you need to check that any cron jobs
    are pointing there too).
  * Moved list of things to do to https://github.com/grke/burp/issues

   Bas van den Dikkenberg

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