darktable 2.6.2-3 source package in Ubuntu

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darktable (2.6.2-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add missing build-depends on g++-8

 -- David Bremner <email address hidden>  Sun, 08 Sep 2019 20:00:54 -0300

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Uploaded by:
Debian PhotoTools Maintainers on 2019-09-09
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Debian PhotoTools Maintainers
Architectures:
any-amd64 any-arm64
Section:
graphics
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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darktable_2.6.2-3.dsc 2.5 KiB c015c70ee43400ad4d6c005be10a6955ff58b8e3e340a5301a7abcb1e17099fc
darktable_2.6.2.orig.tar.xz 3.3 MiB 9cb9efbb09a40375ff05cef89343235a621c58339539e44985470a029a7ffb45
darktable_2.6.2-3.debian.tar.xz 20.1 KiB 4e0f736766258d29ce8ec3c1d546516cd80b6784f15d6d0be6b9d14dc975fc81

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darktable: virtual lighttable and darkroom for photographers

 Darktable manages your digital negatives in a database and lets you view
 them through a zoomable lighttable. it also enables you to develop raw
 images and enhance them.
 .
 It tries to fill the gap between the many excellent existing free
 raw converters and image management tools (such as ufraw or f-spot).
 The user interface is built around efficient caching of image metadata and
 mipmaps, all stored in a database. the user will always be able to interact,
 even if the full resolution image is not yet loaded.
 .
 All editing is fully non-destructive and only operates on cached image
 buffers for display. the full image is only converted during export. The
 frontend is written in gtk+/cairo, the database uses sqlite3, raw image
 loading is done using rawspeed, high-dynamic range, and standard image formats
 such as jpeg are also supported. The core operates completely on floating
 point values, so darktable can not only be used for photography but also for
 scientifically acquired images or output of renderers (high dynamic range).

darktable-dbgsym: debug symbols for darktable