byobu 5.126-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


byobu (5.126-0ubuntu1) cosmic; urgency=medium

  [ Dustin Kirkland ]
  * usr/lib/byobu/include/constants, usr/share/byobu/keybindings/f-
    keys.screen, usr/share/byobu/keybindings/f-keys.tmux:
    - create a $BYOBU_EDITOR variable, using "sensible-editor" if found
      (it will be on Debian/Ubuntu systems), or $EDITOR if not, and falling
      back to "vim" in the case where none are found
    - use $BYOBU_EDITOR with Shift-F7 to open the printscreen buffer in
      a new window;  this fixes a bug on some distros where $EDITOR might
      be undefined
  * usr/lib/byobu/session:
    - don't count sessions that start with _
    - BUG: #892489
  * usr/lib/byobu/include/shutil, usr/lib/byobu/logo:
    - add a logo for gLinux

  [ Mark Kelly ]
  * usr/lib/byobu/updates_available:
    - Fix rare race condition for update_needed and cache file (#26)

  [ Didier Roche ]
  * byobu.desktop:
    - give some hints for GNOME Shell to correctly match byobu desktop file
      (LP: #1718482); partial fix, not entirely working yet

 -- Dustin Kirkland <email address hidden>  Fri, 16 Mar 2018 10:09:57 -0700

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byobu: text window manager, shell multiplexer, integrated DevOps environment

 Byobu is Ubuntu's powerful text-based window manager, shell multiplexer, and
 integrated DevOps environment.
 Using Byobu, you can quickly create and move between different windows
 over a single SSH connection or TTY terminal, split each of those windows into
 multiple panes, monitor dozens of important statistics about your system,
 detach and reattach to sessions later while your programs continue to run in
 the background.