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compiz (1:0.9.7.12-0ubuntu1) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  [ Łukasz 'sil2100' Zemczak ]
  * debian/patches/revert_fix_994841.patch,
    debian/patches/revert_fix_933776_955035.patch
    - Removed, upstreamed
  * debian/watch:
    - Changed to the correct LP tarball path
  * debian/patches/compiz-package-gles2.patch:
    - Updated GLES patches to properly apply to the new compiz version

  [ Timo Jyrinki ]
  * New upstream release.
    - Compiz won't start if "unredirect fullscreen windows" is enabled
      (LP: #980663)
    - "Unredirect Fullscreen Windows" stay on top (unredirected) even
      when they're not on top any more (or the output is transformed)
      (LP: #1041047)
    - Unredirect Fullscreen Windows sometimes fails to unredirect fullscreen
      windows at all (LP: #1041066)
    - "Unredirect Fullscreen Windows" stay on top (unredirected) even when
      an RGBA window is stacked above it (LP: #1046661)
    - scale mode is not visible if a fullscreen window is unredirected
      (LP: #1047168)
    - Unredirecting a fullscreen window on a secondary monitor causes that
      monitor to flicker (LP: #1050749)
    - "Unredirect Fullscreen Windows" makes multi-monitor rendering much
      slower (LP: #1051885)
    - [regression] Maximized window gets unredirected when it's not
      fullscreen (LP: #1053902)
    - Unredirected fullscreen windows freeze and stay on top when wall
      sliding (Ctrl+Alt+Left/Right) (LP: #1084401)
    - "Unredirect Fullscreen Windows" can cause significant tearing on
      fullscreen windows (especially playing video) on some drivers
      (LP: #1051802)
    - HTML5 video in Firefox continues to tear (LP: #1086337)
    - Add support for blacklisting some drivers from using unredirected
      fullscreen windows. By default intel and nouveau on Mesa 8.0
      are blacklisted, configurable via ccsm. Users can upgrade to
      Mesa 9.0 around 12.04.2 time. (LP: #1089246)
    - Unredirect fullscreen windows should be the default for optimal
      performance (LP: #1063690)
  * debian/patches/workaround_broken_drivers.patch:
    - Updated to apply.
  * debian/patches/force_unredirect_enabling.patch:
    - Enable unredirect_fullscreen_windows unconditionally. Because of
      gconf hurdles we can't easily migrate existing users into the
      new default otherwise. Unredirection can be easily disabled with
      the new unredirect_match option, by blanking it completely,
      including removing the '(any)' part.
  * debian/patches/compiz-package-gles2.patch:
    - Update for the new blacklisting feature as well
  * debian/patches/blacklist_no_xml_double_escaping.patch:
    - Cherry-pick fix for the default string (LP: #1091103)

  [ Michael Terry ]
  * debian/patches/blacklist_no_xml_double_escaping.patch:
    - Update to also blacklist Mesa 9.0, which precise users may have from
      the x-updates PPA.  9.0 seems to have similar problems as 8.0 on
      Intel hardware.
 -- Timo Jyrinki <email address hidden>   Fri, 14 Dec 2012 10:41:24 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Timo Jyrinki on 2012-12-19
Sponsored by:
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Binary packages built by this source

compiz: OpenGL window and compositing manager

 Compiz brings to life a variety of visual effects that make the Linux desktop
 easier to use, more powerful and intuitive, and more accessible for users
 with special needs.
 .
 This metapackage provides the components necessary for running compiz. It
 provides the compiz core, a set of standard plugins, a window decorator using
 the Gtk toolkit and the files necessary to integrate compiz with the GNOME
 desktop environment.

compiz-core: OpenGL window and compositing manager

 Compiz brings to life a variety of visual effects that make the Linux desktop
 easier to use, more powerful and intuitive, and more accessible for users
 with special needs.
 .
 Compiz combines together a window manager and a composite manager using
 OpenGL for rendering. A "window manager" allows the manipulation of the
 multiple applications and dialog windows that are presented on the screen. A
 "composite manager" allows windows and other graphics to be combined together
 to create composite images. Compiz achieves its stunning effects by doing
 both of these functions.

compiz-dev: OpenGL window and compositing manager - development files

 Compiz brings to life a variety of visual effects that make the Linux desktop
 easier to use, more powerful and intuitive, and more accessible for users
 with special needs.
 .
 This package contains the headers and libraries needed to compile compiz
 plugins.

compiz-gnome: OpenGL window and compositing manager - GNOME window decorator

 Compiz brings to life a variety of visual effects that make the Linux desktop
 easier to use, more powerful and intuitive, and more accessible for users
 with special needs.
 .
 This package contains files needed to integrate compiz with the GNOME desktop
 environment.

compiz-kde: OpenGL window and compositing manager - KDE window decorator

 Compiz brings to life a variety of visual effects that make the Linux desktop
 easier to use, more powerful and intuitive, and more accessible for users
 with special needs.
 .
 This package contains a window decorator that uses KDE to provide a look and
 feel similar to that of the default KDE window manager.
 .
 NOTE: this package is empty for now. It needs some upstream maintenance to
 upgrade to a newer API. It will surely get removed soon if no enhancement
 is available.

compiz-plugins: OpenGL window and compositing manager - plugins

 Compiz brings to life a variety of visual effects that make the Linux desktop
 easier to use, more powerful and intuitive, and more accessible for users
 with special needs.
 .
 This package contains the standard plugins that come with compiz.

compiz-plugins-default: OpenGL window and compositing manager - default plugins

 Compiz brings to life a variety of visual effects that make the Linux desktop
 easier to use, more powerful and intuitive, and more accessible for users
 with special needs.
 .
 This package contains the default compiz plugins we activate in ubuntu coming
 with core compiz.

libdecoration0: Compiz window decoration library

 The window decoration library is responsible for drawing the window borders
 and title bar of windows managed by Compiz. It is used by window decorators
 like gtk-window-decorator and kde-window-decorator.

libdecoration0-dev: Compiz window decoration library - development files

 The window decoration library is responsible for drawing the window borders
 and title bar of windows managed by Compiz. It is used by window decorators
 like gtk-window-decorator and kde-window-decorator.
 .
 This package contains files required for developing window decorators
 compatible with Compiz.