buici-clock source package in Ubuntu


buici-clock ( unstable; urgency=low

  * NMU
  * Version number munge to let this NMU have a higher version number than the
    0.4.6+b1 hppa bin-nmu in testing.

buici-clock (0.4.6-0.2) unstable; urgency=low

  * NMU
  * Improve clean target slightly, to remove xo/libxo.a. Closes: #392734
    Also other generated files in xo/.

buici-clock (0.4.6-0.1) unstable; urgency=low

  * NMU
  * Fix location of man page. Closes: #391695
  * Remove incorrect hardcoded path to program in menu file.
  * Add missing quotes in menu file.
  * Add a call to dh_clean in rules file. Still doesn't clean entirely

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Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync on 2006-11-08
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Original maintainer:
Marc Singer
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Lucid release on 2009-10-29 universe x11


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buici-clock_0. 165.1 KiB 7d44af489381edcc423409a74dbd888670e65dc14adeb1d40fd3075ab66413dd
buici-clock_0. 567 bytes 7c1183b5a11dd7aa1d13629f90bb14bee9ddbfba05b0fcf266bf137bb59dace4

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buici-clock: attractive desktop clock

 As clocks go, Buici satisfies the basic need of representing the
 time accurately and attractively. I wrote it when I began to use X
 as my primary desktop environment and wanted to have a decent
 looking clock on my desktop. I loathe digital clocks. This release
 has limited configurability.