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“apturl” 0.5ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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apturl (0.5ubuntu1) oneiric; urgency=low

  * port to gtk3, update dependencies
 -- Michael Vogt <email address hidden>   Mon, 25 Jul 2011 18:39:00 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Michael Vogt on 2011-07-25
Uploaded to:
Oneiric
Original maintainer:
Michael Vogt
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

apturl: install packages using the apt protocol - GTK+ frontend

 AptUrl is a simple graphical application that takes an URL (which follows the
 apt-protocol) as a command line option, parses it and carries out the
 operations that the URL describes (that is, it asks the user if he wants the
 indicated packages to be installed and if the answer is positive does so for
 him).
 .
 This package contains the GTK+ frontend.

apturl-common: install packages using the apt protocol - common data

 AptUrl is a simple graphical application that takes an URL (which follows the
 apt-protocol) as a command line option, parses it and carries out the
 operations that the URL describes (that is, it asks the user if he wants the
 indicated packages to be installed and if the answer is positive does so for
 him).
 .
 This package contains the common data shared between the frontends.

apturl-kde: install packages using the apt protocol - KDE frontend

 AptUrl is a simple graphical application that takes an URL (which follows the
 apt-protocol) as a command line option, parses it and carries out the
 operations that the URL describes (that is, it asks the user if he wants the
 indicated packages to be installed and if the answer is positive does so for
 him).
 .
 This package contains the KDE frontend.