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firefox (11.0+build1-0ubuntu0.11.10.1) oneiric-security; urgency=low

  * New upstream stable release (FIREFOX_11_0_BUILD1)
    - Fix LP: #875266 - Firefox ignores GNOME3 proxy settings
    - Fix LP: #857153 - Needs to get accessibility settings from GSettings
    - see LP: #951250 for USN information

  * Update globalmenu-extension to 2.0.3
  * Ensure that the crash reporter is disabled if rebuilt by Ubuntu
    derivatives, as there will be no crash symbols for those
    - update debian/rules
  * Only add "Ubuntu" to the UA string when being built for Ubuntu
    - update debian/rules
  * Temporarily disable ipdl tests due to build failures. These aren't
    enabled upstream, anyway
    - update debian/config/
  * Always set the update channel - not setting it at build-time on release
    builds breaks the extensions.checkCompatibility pref. The only things
    using it at runtime are nsBlocklistService, Test Pilot (beta + aurora)
    and the about dialog (where the channel is hidden anyway)
    - update debian/rules
    - update debian/
  * Fix LP: #898883 - IPC xpcshell tests hang the buildd's. Give all
    xpcshell tests an X display, as plugin-container won't work without one
    - update debian/build/
  * Turn on all IPC xpcshell tests again
    - update debian/build/
  * Ship Test Pilot as a distribution addon on aurora + beta, like upstream.
    This means that the addon manager can update it. It does also mean that it
    will remain installed in users profiles if they try the beta or aurora
    builds, but the Feedback button is disabled on release builds
    - update debian/
    - fixes LP: #913357
  * Drop patches fixed upstream
    - remove debian/patches/fix-cursor-handling.patch
    - update debian/patches/series
  * Call xvfb-run with "-a" in case there are other servers running on the
    - update debian/build/
  * Really fix LP: #898883 - IPC xpcshell tests hang the build. What was
    actually happening is plugin-container would fail to start because all
    available X connections had been used up by many instances of dbus-launch,
    spawned each time an xpcshell tried to talk to the session bus. Because
    we run all of the xpcshell tests with one Xvfb instance, the buses
    accumulate until the available X connections all run out. To fix this, run
    all tests requiring a display inside dbus-launch, so we create just a
    single bus for all xpcshell tests
    - update debian/build/
    - update debian/control{,.in}
  * Add Ligurian to locale blacklist, as we don't support this in Ubuntu
    - update debian/config/locales.blacklist
  * Refresh patches
    - update debian/patches/ubuntu-ua-string-changes.patch
    - update debian/patches/mozilla-kde.patch
    - update debian/patches/firefox-kde.patch
  * Fix LP: #915895 - Just set autoDisableScopes to 0. Other distributions
    are already doing this, and we already made this feature pretty much
    useless by allowing extensions in the application directory, so that our
    language packs aren't disabled by default
    - update debian/vendor.js
  * Drop the solid white separators from the addressbar autocomplete dropdown,
    and increase padding so that it doesn't look so bad with dark themes
    - add debian/patches/autocomplete-theme-tweak.patch
    - update debian/patches/series
  * Fix LP: #926495 - Add patch based on one from bmo: #691898 to enable
    building on ppc again
    - add debian/patches/fix-build-failure-without-yarr-jit.patch
    - update debian/patches/series
  * Fix LP: #939657 - Don't call g_settings_new each time we create a HTTP
    channel. Doing this causes a dbus roundtrip, and results in us spamming
    the session bus unnecessarily
    - add debian/patches/avoid-dbus-roundtrip-for-httpchannel.patch
    - update debian/patches/series
  * Fix LP: #926495 - Disable the SPS profiler on unsupported architectures
    - add debian/patches/no-sps-profiler-on-unsupported-archs.patch
    - update debian/patches/series
 -- Chris Coulson <email address hidden>   Sat, 10 Mar 2012 00:48:48 +0000

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