awesome 4.3-5build1 source package in Ubuntu

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awesome (4.3-5build1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No change rebuild against latest gdk-pixbuf

 -- Jeremy Bicha <email address hidden>  Tue, 01 Feb 2022 17:27:07 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Jeremy Bicha
Uploaded to:
Jammy
Original maintainer:
Reiner Herrmann
Architectures:
any all
Section:
x11
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Kinetic release universe x11
Jammy release universe x11

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Binary packages built by this source

awesome: highly configurable X window manager

 awesome manages windows dynamically in floating or tiled layouts. It is
 primarily targeted at power users, developers, and all those dealing with
 everyday computing tasks and looking for fine-grained control over their
 graphical environment.
 .
 It is highly extensible and scriptable via the Lua programming language,
 providing an easy-to-use and very well documented API to configure its
 behavior.
 .
 awesome uses tags instead of workspaces, which gives better flexibility
 in displaying windows, and can be entirely keyboard-driven, not needing a
 mouse. It also supports multi-headed configurations; uses XCB instead of
 Xlib for better performance; implements many freedesktop standards; and
 can be controlled over D-Bus from awesome-client.

awesome-dbgsym: debug symbols for awesome
awesome-doc: highly configurable X window manager - documentation

 awesome manages windows dynamically in floating or tiled layouts. It is
 primarily targeted at power users, developers, and all those dealing with
 everyday computing tasks and looking for fine-grained control over their
 graphical environment.
 .
 It is highly extensible and scriptable via the Lua programming language,
 providing an easy-to-use and very well documented API to configure its
 behavior.
 .
 awesome uses tags instead of workspaces, which gives better flexibility
 in displaying windows, and can be entirely keyboard-driven, not needing a
 mouse. It also supports multi-headed configurations; uses XCB instead of
 Xlib for better performance; implements many freedesktop standards; and
 can be controlled over D-Bus from awesome-client.
 .
 This package contains the API documentation for awesome.