devscripts 2.14.6 source package in Ubuntu


devscripts (2.14.6) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Benjamin Drung ]
  * suspicious-source: Add image/tiff, application/pgp-keys, and image/x-icon
    to whitelisted mime-types. Add .gmo to whitelisted file extensions.
  * wrap-and-sort: Add --max-line-length option with a default of 79 characters
    (it was previously hard-coded to 80 characters).  (Closes: #756067)

  [ Guillem Jover ]
  * nmudiff: Send control messages inline.  (Closes: #752152)

  [ Paul Wise ]
  * rmadison: bpo madison is dead, remove it
  * rmadison: add new to the defaults for Debian
  * rmadison: document the defaults in the manual page

  [ James McCoy ]
  * namecheck: Remove berlios, since it no longer hosts code.  (Closes:
  * mk-build-deps:
    + Provide the package name, not file name, to “dpkg --remove” when package
      install fails.
    + Read all of the output from “apt-cache showsrc” to ensure mk-build-deps
      doesn't get stuck waiting for apt-cache to exit.
    + Pass the name of the .deb file out of build_equiv to ensure the correct
      .deb is installed.  (Closes: #753657)

  [ Christoph Berg ]
  * Update all URLs to https://.

  [ Ron Lee ]
  * cowpoke:
    + Allow more flexibility for specialised build chroots.
      It's now possible to specify arbitrary 'dist' names, with arbitrary
      special configurations on top of the real BASE_DIST suite.  This means
      it's easy to have things like a chroot for wheezy-backports which will
      be able to pull other deps from the backports repo, while still having
      a pristine wheezy build chroot on the same build host.  Or to have a
      staging chroot for unstable, with extra build deps pulled in from a
      local repository, or installed manually, while still having a pristine
      sid chroot for building other packages to upload.  And it all works the
      same as normal, you just pass --dist=wheezy_bpo to select the chroot.
    + Allow SIGN_KEYID and UPLOAD_QUEUE to be overridden per arch/dist.
      This makes a lot more sense now that the above is easily possible.
      People can use that for private or work (in progress) builds too, and
      this can reduce the chance of accidentally uploading to the wrong place,
      or signing some package not intended for upload with a key that would
      would let it be accepted by dak.
    + Better handling of --debbuildopts.  There were some corner cases for
      this where the required quoting of options could be rather weird in the
      intersection of all the layers it might get passed through. This should
      make it more forgiving and better able to always DTRT.

  [ David Prévot ]
  * uscan.1: Use +dfsg suffix in examples

 -- James McCoy <email address hidden>  Mon, 04 Aug 2014 22:34:17 -0400

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