editmoin 1.16-1 source package in Ubuntu


editmoin (1.16-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release:
    - Split editing logic in its own function
    - avoid showing the note message multiple times
    - allow arguments in $EDITOR variable
  * editmoin.1: Add example command how to parse moin wiki IDs from
    mozilla/firefox cookie database.
  * debian/control: Fix typo in "vim-addons" in long description.
    (Closes: #612706)
  * Drop Pythonic build system; this is only a single-script program, no
    modules at all, and setup.py installs too much noise around it. Just
    install the executable and manpage manually.
  * Move to debhelper level 7 and from cdbs to dh.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.1.
 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>   Sun,  13 Feb 2011 17:47:08 +0000

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editmoin: edit MoinMoin wiki pages with your favourite editor

 editmoin allows you to edit pages in MoinMoin wikis with your
 preferred editor instead of the (usually quite limited) web
 browser text areas.
 It also supports configuration files to define shortcuts for URLs
 that you edit often.
 This package also includes a Vim syntax file. Install
 vim-addon-manager and use "vim-addons install editmoin" to activate.
 However, you can use any other editor by setting the standard $EDITOR
 environment variable.