autojump 17-1 source package in Ubuntu


autojump (17-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version.
  * debian/patches:
     + data_dir.patch: applied by upstream, not needed anymore.
     + force-pickle-v2.patch: this was a backport from upstream, not needed
     + jumpapplet-include-functions.patch: copy functions from autojump to
       jumpapplet instead of importing them as a temporary workaround (cf.
       patch header).
  * debian/copyright: replace the two previous copyright files by this single
    one to simplify and respect the policy.

autojump (15-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/force-pickle-v2.patch: document that upstream corrected
    this in parallel, so this patch will not be necessary by the next release.
 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Mon,  17 Oct 2011 09:10:22 +0000

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autojump_17.orig.tar.gz 23.6 KiB 21768224f69d4124cdd683fa6b678af5eac4dbfd392d61b4b1aad380cd185b78
autojump_17-1.debian.tar.gz 7.0 KiB ae34acd298ef3688bb5c39b0185eb1932b17ae736a393033c975bbcd8060f982
autojump_17-1.dsc 1.8 KiB a72162908c552546157dd34e0af7e02b964496c11650d4a08adcff843a998034

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autojump: shell extension to jump to frequently used directories

 autojump provides is a faster way to navigate your filesystem, with a
 "cd command that learns".
 It works by maintaining a database of the directories you use the most from
 the command line, and allows you to "jump" to frequently used directories by
 typing only a small pattern.

jumpapplet: autojump notification icon, to jump to frequently used directories

 jumpapplet is an applet that provides a notification icon based on autojump.
 It allows you to open a shell or a file manager window for frequently used