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“autopilot” 1.4+14.04.20131125-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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autopilot (1.4+14.04.20131125-0ubuntu1) trusty; urgency=low

  [ Leo Arias ]
  * On the log_action decorator, do not duplicate the ending period.
    (LP: #1248751)

  [ Robert Bruce Park ]
  * Rename autopilot-py3 to more conventional autopilot3.
  * Drop dependency on python-ubuntu-platform-api, since it does not
    support python3.

  [ Christopher Lee ]
  * Update the osk keyboard backend. . (LP: #1243477)

  [ Thomi Richards ]
  * Add more documentation around object ordering. (LP: #1248336)
  * Add method to wait for a proxy object to be destroyed. (LP:
    #1248782)
  * Fix a bug in the autopilot type system, and add missing unit tests
    for that issue. (LP: #1249096)
  * Add a mockable sleep, so we can run autopilot unit tests quickly.

  [ Martin Pitt ]
  * Add print_tree() introspection method for writing a textual
    representation of the object and all of its children to stdout, a
    file object, or a file name. (LP: #1241323)

  [ Corey Goldberg ]
  * added failfast (-ff|--failfast) command line option to autopilot
    run. (LP: #1248634)

  [ Ubuntu daily release ]
  * Automatic snapshot from revision 368
 -- Ubuntu daily release <email address hidden>   Mon, 25 Nov 2013 06:30:17 +0000

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Section:
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Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

autopilot-desktop: Autopilot support for the ubuntu Desktop platform

 This metapackage exists to depend on the packages needed to install and use
 autopilot on the Ubuntu Desktop platform.

autopilot-touch: Autopilot support for the ubuntu Touch platform

 This metapackage exists to depend on the packages needed to install and use
 autopilot on the Ubuntu Touch platform.

python-autopilot: Utility to write and run integration tests easily

 The autopilot engine enables to ease the writing of python tests
 for your application manipulating your inputs like the mouse and
 keyboard. It also provides a lot of utilities linked to the X server
 and detecting applications.

python-autopilot-tests: Tests for the autopilot functional test tool.

 This package contains tests for the python-autopilot package.
 You can use this package to verify that autopilot is functioning
 correctly, or to copy the techniques used in the autopilot tests
 themselves.

python-autopilot-trace: Support for tracing in autopilot

 This package contains the binary lttng trace point for tracing
 autopilot tests. This is useful when using autopilot to exercise
 an instrumented application.

python-autopilot-vis: The visualisation application for Autopilot.

 The Autopilot vis tool allows you to inspect an application introspection
 tree. It is a useful tool for test authors, but not required to run autopilot
 tests.

python3-autopilot: Utility to write and run integration tests easily (Python 3)

 The autopilot engine enables to ease the writing of python tests
 for your application manipulating your inputs like the mouse and
 keyboard. It also provides a lot of utilities linked to the X server
 and detecting applications.

python3-autopilot-tests: Tests for the autopilot functional test tool. (Python 3)

 This package contains tests for the python3-autopilot package.
 You can use this package to verify that autopilot is functioning
 correctly, or to copy the techniques used in the autopilot tests
 themselves.

python3-autopilot-trace: Support for tracing in autopilot (Python 3)

 This package contains the binary lttng trace point for tracing
 autopilot tests. This is useful when using autopilot to exercise
 an instrumented application.

python3-autopilot-vis: The visualisation application for Autopilot (Python 3)

 The Autopilot vis tool allows you to inspect an application introspection
 tree. It is a useful tool for test authors, but not required to run autopilot
 tests.