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aptdaemon (0.43+bzr805-0ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * New upstream snapshot:
    - Fix: Catch a possible exception in apt.cache.Cache.required_download
      which can occur if the user e.g. rebooted the system during a running
      debconf question (fixes LP: #659438)
      Furthermore raise ERROR_INCOMPLETE_INSTALL to signal the client
      that a call of FixIncompleteInstall() (basically a dpkg --configure -a
      call) fixes the issue
    - Fix: Sync all properties of the D-Bus transaction in the client before
      emitting the Finished signal (fixes LP: #747172) to ensure all changed
      properties are available (the order of received signals is not
      guranteed and the finished signal could be received before an error
      signal)
      Additionally raise the timeout before removing a transaction from
      D-Bus on the server side to give clients more time to sync
    - Fix wrong variable names in the download progress (fixes LP: #971839,
      LP: #976521)
    - Fix: Catch a possible pipe reading error (fixes LP: #733090)
    - Fix: Don't show the name of aptdaemon in crash reports
      (fixes LP: #973370)
      Aptdaemon is a system daemon and should work and fail silently
    - Fix: Fallback to a default terminal width of 80 chars (fixes LP: #948588)
      The width request could fail on standard input/output redirections
    - Fix: Don't use a reserved name for the simulate helper function
    - Fix: Convert exceptions to string before raising TransactionFailed()
    - Fix wrong variable name in the add license key failed error message
    - Fix: Don't overwrite the GObject.GObject.disconnect in
      aptdemon.client.Transaction by renaming the method to
      _disconnect_from_dbus()
    - Fix: Allow to cancel a transaction which hasn't been queued yet and
      is still in limbo
    - Fix: Raise NotImplementedError instead of ImplementedError
    - Add a test case for config file changes handling
  * debian/aptdaemon.install:
    - Don't ship the obsolete .desktop file anymore
 -- Sebastian Heinlein <email address hidden>   Mon, 09 Apr 2012 20:48:44 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Sebastian Heinlein on 2012-04-10
Sponsored by:
Michael Vogt
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Architectures:
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aptdaemon: transaction based package management service

 Aptdaemon allows normal users to perform package management tasks, e.g.
 refreshing the cache, upgrading the system, installing or removing software
 packages.
 .
 Currently it comes with the following main features:
 .
  - Programming language independent D-Bus interface, which allows one to
    write clients in several languages
  - Runs only if required (D-Bus activation)
  - Fine grained privilege management using PolicyKit, e.g. allowing all
    desktop user to query for updates without entering a password
  - Support for media changes during installation from DVD/CDROM
  - Support for debconf (Debian's package configuration system)
  - Support for attaching a terminal to the underlying dpkg call
 .
 This package contains the aptd script and all the data files required to run
 the daemon. Moreover it contains the aptdcon script, which is a command
 line client for aptdaemon. The API is not stable yet.

aptdaemon-data: data files for clients

 Aptdaemon is a transaction based package management daemon. It allows
 normal users to perform package management tasks, e.g. refreshing the
 cache, upgrading the system, installing or removing software packages.
 .
 This package provides common data files (e.g. icons) for aptdaemon
 clients.

python-aptdaemon: Python module for the server and client of aptdaemon

 Aptdaemon is a transaction based package management service. It allows
 normal users to perform package management tasks, e.g. refreshing the
 cache, upgrading the system, installing or removing software packages.
 .
 This package provides the Python modules required to run aptdaemon
 and to implement a client. The API is not stable yet.

python-aptdaemon-gtk: Transitional dummy package

 Aptdaemon is a transaction based package management daemon. It allows
 normal users to perform package management tasks, e.g. refreshing the
 cache, upgrading the system, installing or removing software packages.
 .
 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration
 from the python-aptdaemon-gtk to the new python-aptdaemon.gtk(3)widgets
 packages.
 .
 You can remove it safely.

python-aptdaemon.gtk3widgets: Python GTK+ 3 widgets to run an aptdaemon client

 Aptdaemon is a transaction based package management daemon. It allows
 normal users to perform package management tasks, e.g. refreshing the
 cache, upgrading the system, installing or removing software packages.
 .
 This package provides the Python GTK+ 3 widgets to implement a fully
 working graphical client. The widgets can be used to initiate, to
 monitor and to control a transaction. The API is not stable yet.

python-aptdaemon.gtkwidgets: Python GTK+ 2 widgets to run an aptdaemon client

 Aptdaemon is a transaction based package management daemon. It allows
 normal users to perform package management tasks, e.g. refreshing the
 cache, upgrading the system, installing or removing software packages.
 .
 This package provides the Python GTK+ widgets to implement a fully working
 graphical client. The widgets can be used to initiate, to monitor and
 to control a transaction. The API is not stable yet.

python-aptdaemon.pkcompat: PackageKit compatibilty for AptDaemon

 Aptdaemon is a transaction based package management daemon. It allows
 normal users to perform package management tasks, e.g. refreshing the
 cache, upgrading the system, installing or removing software packages.
 .
 This package adds a PackageKit DBus interface to AptDaemon.

python-aptdaemon.test: Test environment for aptdaemon clients

 Aptdaemon is a transaction based package management daemon. It allows
 normal users to perform package management tasks, e.g. refreshing the
 cache, upgrading the system, installing or removing software packages.
 .
 This package provides the aptdaemon.test module and several helper
 scripts and a test repository to write unittests for aptdaemon
 clients.