efl 1.20.7-6 source package in Ubuntu

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efl (1.20.7-6) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Andreas Metzler ]
  * Remove Nicolas Braud-Santoni from uploaders list. (Thank you!)
    Closes: #901037

  [ Ross Vandegrift ]
  * d/patches/20_disable_doxygen_timestamps.diff: disable timestamps to
    improve reproducibility of efl-doc.
  * d/control: add libevas1-engines-drm to libeina1a Breaks to ensure it
    is upgraded in lock-step with other EFL components.
  * Try to avoid circular dependency by demoting libevas1 Depends on
    libevas1-engines-x to Recommends. (Closes: #901624)
  * Add the other engines to libevas1 Recommends to improve upon the
    solution for #900594.

 -- Ross Vandegrift <email address hidden>  Thu, 21 Jun 2018 19:41:48 -0700

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efl-doc: Documentation for the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries

 The Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL) is a set of libraries
 providing building blocks used in the Enlightenment window manager.
 This package contains the Doxygen-generated HTML documentation and
 examples for the API of the EFL.

libecore-audio1: Ecore functions for audio playback and recording

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore wrapper and convenience functions for
 audio playback and recording.

libecore-audio1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-audio1
libecore-avahi1: Ecore functions for dealing with Avahi mDNS/DNS-SD

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore wrapper and convenience functions for using
 Avahi mDNS/DNS-SD.

libecore-avahi1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-avahi1
libecore-bin: Core abstraction layer for enlightenment DR 0.17 binary utilities

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains code generation utilities used in building EFL
 apps and a libproxy abstraction binary used by ecore_con.

libecore-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-bin
libecore-con1: Ecore Connection Library

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore Connection Library.

libecore-con1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-con1
libecore-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libecore-drm2-1: Ecore functions for dealing with DRM2

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore wrapper and convenience functions for using
 DRM2

libecore-drm2-1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-drm2-1
libecore-evas1: Ecore Evas Wrapper Library

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore Evas wrapper functions.

libecore-evas1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-evas1
libecore-fb1: Ecore frame buffer system functions

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore frame buffer system functions.

libecore-fb1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-fb1
libecore-file1: Ecore File Library

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore File Library.

libecore-file1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-file1
libecore-imf1: Ecore Input Method Framework module

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore Input Method Framework module, and the Evas
 helper functions for it.

libecore-imf1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-imf1
libecore-input1: Ecore input module

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore input module.

libecore-input1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-input1
libecore-ipc1: Ecore inter-process communication functions

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore inter-process communication functions.

libecore-ipc1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-ipc1
libecore-wl2-1: Ecore functions for dealing with Wayland

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore wrapper and convenience functions for using
 Wayland

libecore-wl2-1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-wl2-1
libecore-x1: Ecore functions for dealing with the X Window System

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.
 .
 This package contains the Ecore wrapper and convenience functions for using
 the X Window System.

libecore-x1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore-x1
libecore1: Core abstraction layer for enlightenment DR 0.17

 This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes
 doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle
 handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone
 can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for
 applications.

libecore1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libecore1
libector1: Library that provides vector graphics capabilities for EFL

 Ector provides a new retained rendering library that is used by Evas
 to provide Evas_Object_VG. This is a new Evas_Object that provides a
 vector graphics scene graph following the SVG specification. It will
 be considered a bug if some behaviour does not follow the SVG
 standard. Evas_Object_VG provides 3 kind of objects for now: shape,
 as well as linear and radial gradients.
 .
 This package provides the libector1 library.

libector1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libector1
libedje-bin: Various binaries for use with libedje

 Edje is a graphical layout and animation library for animated resizable,
 compressed and scalable themes. It is the theming engine behind
 Enlightenment DR 0.17.
 .
 This package contains the following binaries:
  - edje_cc: Compiles EDC files.
  - edje_decc: Used to decompile compiled edje files.
  - edje_recc: A convenience script to recompile EDC files.

libedje-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libedje-bin
libedje-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libedje1: Graphical layout and animation library

 Edje is a graphical layout and animation library for animated resizable,
 compressed and scalable themes. It is the theming engine behind
 Enlightenment DR 0.17.

libedje1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libedje1
libeet-bin: Enlightenment DR17 file chunk reading/writing utility

 Eet is a tiny library designed to write an arbitrary set of chunks of data to a
 file and optionally compress each chunk (very much like a zip file) and allows
 fast random-access reading of the file later on. It does not do zip as zip
 itself has more complexity than needed, and it was much simpler to implement
 this once here.
 .
 This package contains eet, an utility that allows you to extract, insert,
 encode and decode config blobs created with libeet.

libeet-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libeet-bin
libeet-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libeet1: Enlightenment DR17 file chunk reading/writing library

 Eet is a tiny library designed to write an arbitrary set of chunks of data to a
 file and optionally compress each chunk (very much like a zip file) and allows
 fast random-access reading of the file later on. It does not do zip as zip
 itself has more complexity than needed, and it was much simpler to implement
 this once here.
 .
 It's small, fast, and does a job. It's heavily commented and fully documented.

libeet1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libeet1
libeeze-bin: Library for manipulating devices through udev binary utilities

 This library is part of the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL). It
 interfaces directly with libudev, avoiding such middleman daemons as
 udisks/upower or hal, and gathers device information when it becomes
 known to the system. This can be used to determine such things as:
  - If a cdrom has a disk inserted
  - The temperature of a cpu core
  - The remaining power left in a battery
  - The current power consumption of various parts
  - Monitor in realtime the status of peripheral devices
 .
 This package contains command-line utilities that allow mounting,
 scanning, and unmounting devices with eeze.

libeeze-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libeeze-bin
libeeze-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libeeze1: Library for manipulating devices through udev

 This library is part of the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL). It
 interfaces directly with libudev, avoiding such middleman daemons as
 udisks/upower or hal, and gathers device information when it becomes
 known to the system. This can be used to determine such things as:
  - If a cdrom has a disk inserted
  - The temperature of a cpu core
  - The remaining power left in a battery
  - The current power consumption of various parts
  - Monitor in realtime the status of peripheral devices

libeeze1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libeeze1
libefl-all-dev: Enlightenment Foundation Libraries development files

 The Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL) is a stack of libraries
 providing a wide degree of functionality. Originally written to
 support development of the Enlightenment window manager, the
 libraries have increasingly been used in embedded systems.
 .
 This package provides the development files for all of EFL.

libefl-all-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for libefl-all-dev
libefreet-bin: D-Bus activated helper binary to create efreet data caches

 An implementation of several specifications from freedesktop.org intended for
 use in Enlightenment DR17 (e17) and other applications using the Enlightenment
 Foundation Libraries (EFL). Currently, the following specifications are
 included:
  - Base Directory
  - Desktop Entry
  - Icon Theme
  - Menu
 .
 This package provides the efreetd helper binary and the associated D-Bus
 service file that are internally used by libefreet.

libefreet-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libefreet-bin
libefreet-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libefreet1a: Library that implements freedesktop.org specs for use with E17/EFL

 An implementation of several specifications from freedesktop.org intended for
 use in Enlightenment DR17 (e17) and other applications using the Enlightenment
 Foundation Libraries (EFL). Currently, the following specifications are
 included:
  - Base Directory
  - Desktop Entry
  - Icon Theme
  - Menu
 .
 This package provides the libefreet0 and libefreet0-mime libraries, which
 contains efreet-based functions for dealing with mime.

libefreet1a-dbgsym: debug symbols for libefreet1a
libeina-bin: Enlightenment Foundation Library providing optimized data types extra tools

 Eina is a multi-platform library that provides optimized data types and a few
 tools. It supports the following data types:
  - Array
  - Hash Table
  - Double-linked list
  - Red-black tree
  - Shared string
  - Access Content types
    + Accessor: can access items of a container randomly
    + Iterator: can access items of a container sequentially
 .
 This package contains some additional tools that may be useful for
 debugging eina issues.

libeina-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libeina-bin
libeina-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libeina1a: Enlightenment Foundation Library providing optimized data types

 Eina is a multi-platform library that provides optimized data types and a few
 tools. It supports the following data types:
  - Array
  - Hash Table
  - Double-linked list
  - Red-black tree
  - Shared string
  - Access Content types
    + Accessor: can access items of a container randomly
    + Iterator: can access items of a container sequentially

libeina1a-dbgsym: debug symbols for libeina1a
libeio-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libeio1: Library providing non-blocking I/O using threads

 This library is part of the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL). It is
 intended to provide non-blocking IO by using thread for all operations that
 may block. It should integrate all the features/functions of Ecore_File that
 could block.

libeio1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libeio1
libelementary-bin: EFL-based widget set library - helper programs

 Elementary is a widget set based on the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries,
 primarily aimed at creating graphical user interfaces for mobile and embedded
 devices.
 .
 This package contains the elementary_run and elementary_quicklaunch helpers

libelementary-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libelementary-bin
libelementary-data: runtime data-files for libelementary

 Elementary is a widget set based on the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries,
 primarily aimed at creating graphical user interfaces for mobile and embedded
 devices.
 .
 This package contains graphics and styles needed by applications using
 elementary.

libelementary-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libelementary1: EFL-based widget set library

 Elementary is a widget set based on the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries,
 primarily aimed at creating graphical user interfaces for mobile and embedded
 devices.

libelementary1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libelementary1
libelocation1: Library providing geo information management in EFL

 Elocation is meant as a convenience library to ease application
 developers the usage of geo information in their apps. Adding a geo
 tag to a picture or translating an address to a GPS position and show
 it on a map widget are just some of the use cases.In the beginning
 elocation will rely on the GeoClue1 DBus service. Supporting the new
 GeoClue2 DBus service is planned and worked on.

libelocation1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libelocation1
libelput1: EFL abstraction library for libinput

 The elput library is an efl abstraction for the libinput library which
 can be used by various other subsystems (ecore_fb, ecore_drm, etc) to
 handle interfacing with libinput without having to duplicate the code
 in each subsystem.

libelput1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libelput1
libelua-bin: Lua wrapper and convenience layer for EFL

 Elua is a new LuaJIT based runtime (name is temporary) for rapid
 application development with the EFL. It counts on Eolian to provide
 bindings. It's meant to be a high performance/low footprint runtime,
 competitive with C applications as far as performance is
 concerned. Currently in very early stage of development.
 .
 This package contains elua, the main entry point for all EFL/LuaJIT
 powered applications.

libelua-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libelua-bin
libelua1: Lua wrapper and convenience layer for EFL shared objects

 Elua is a new LuaJIT based runtime (name is temporary) for rapid
 application development with the EFL. It counts on Eolian to provide
 bindings. It's meant to be a high performance/low footprint runtime,
 competitive with C applications as far as performance is
 concerned. Currently in very early stage of development.

libelua1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libelua1
libembryo-bin: SMALL compiler creating Embryo bytecode

 Embryo is primarily a shared library that gives you an API to load
 and control interpreted programs compiled into an abstract machine
 bytecode that it understands. This abstract (or virtual) machine is
 similar to a real machine with a CPU, but it is emulated in
 software
 .
 This package contains the embryo compiler: embryo_cc.

libembryo-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libembryo-bin
libembryo-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libembryo1: SMALL-based abstract machine (AMX) bytecode interpreter

 Embryo is primarily a shared library that gives you an API to load
 and control interpreted programs compiled into an abstract machine
 bytecode that it understands. This abstract (or virtual) machine is
 similar to a real machine with a CPU, but it is emulated in
 software. The architecture is simple and is the same as the
 abstract machine (AMX) in the SMALL language as it is based on
 exactly the same code. Embryo has modified the code for the AMX
 extensively and has made it smaller and more portable. It is VERY
 small. The total size of the virtual machine code AND header files
 is less than 2500 lines of code. It includes the floating point
 library support by default as well. This makes it one of the
 smallest interpreters around, and thus makes is very efficient to
 use in code.
 .
 See also http://www.compuphase.com/small.htm for details on SMALL.

libembryo1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libembryo1
libemile1: Compression and encryption utilities and abstractions

 Emile provides a library to bring together serialization, compression
 and ciphering. It is a low-level library and can be used by anything
 above Eina.<

libemile1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libemile1
libemotion-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libemotion-players: Additional file format loaders for libemotion

 Emotion is a library that allows playing audio and video files, using one of
 its backends.
 .
 This package contains programs that allow libemotion to use libvlc to
 access additional formats for which it has no built-in support.

libemotion-players-dbgsym: debug symbols for libemotion-players
libemotion1: Media object creation/manipulation library

 Emotion is a library that allows playing audio and video files, using one of
 its backends (GStreamer, xine or generic shm player).
 .
 It is integrated into Ecore through its mainloop, and is transparent to the
 user of the library how the decoding of audio and video is being done. Once
 the objects are created, the user can set callbacks to the specific events and
 set options to this object, all in the main loop.

libemotion1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libemotion1
libeolian1: EO object parser and C code generator - runtime library

 Eolian parses Enlightenment's meta-data (.eo) files and can then
 generate C code along with header files.
 .
 This package contains the runtime library.

libeolian1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libeolian1
libephysics1: Library providing physics functions to Evas and Edje

 EPhysics is a new library that glues in the Bullet physics engine
 into EFL to allow you to make use of an entire physics engine easily
 and simply in your creations. Edje also makes use of this allowing
 your themes to use it too.

libephysics1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libephysics1
libethumb-client-bin: D-Bus activated helper binary to create thumbnails with libethumb

 Ethumb-Client creates thumbnails by communicating with a thumbnail generation
 server using standard D-Bus protocol. The server uses Ethumb itself to
 generate the thumbnail images and cache them using FreeDesktop.Org standard.
 .
 This package provides the ethumbd helper binary and the associated D-Bus
 service file that are internally used by libethumb-client.

libethumb-client-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libethumb-client-bin
libethumb-client1: Library to create thumbnails using a D-Bus-actived server

 Ethumb-Client creates thumbnails by communicating with a thumbnail generation
 server using standard D-Bus protocol. The server uses Ethumb itself to
 generate the thumbnail images and cache them using FreeDesktop.Org standard.

libethumb-client1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libethumb-client1
libethumb-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libethumb1: Library to create thumbnails for images and documents

 Ethumb uses Evas to generate thumbnail images of given files. The API allows
 great customization of the generated files and also helps complying to
 FreeDesktop.Org Thumbnail Specification.

libethumb1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libethumb1
libevas-bin: Enlightenment DR17 advanced canvas library binary tools

 Evas is an advanced canvas library, providing six engines for rendering: X11,
 OpenGL (hardware accelerated), DirectFB, the framebuffer, Microsoft Windows
 and Qtopia.
 .
 Due to its simple API, evas can be developed with rapidly, and cleanly.
 .
 This package contains the evas cserve2 utilities.

libevas-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for libevas-bin
libevas-dev: transitional EFL development package

 This is a transitional dummy package to ease the migration of EFL dev
 packages to libefl-all-dev. You can safely remove this package.

libevas-loaders: Additional file format loaders for libevas

 This package contains programs that allow libevas to load various images
 and documents formats for which it has no built-in support:
  - XCF
  - SVG
  - PS
  - RAW

libevas-loaders-dbgsym: debug symbols for libevas-loaders
libevas1: Enlightenment DR17 advanced canvas library

 Evas is an advanced canvas library, providing six engines for rendering: X11,
 OpenGL (hardware accelerated), DirectFB, the framebuffer, Microsoft Windows
 and Qtopia.
 .
 Due to its simple API, evas can be developed with rapidly, and cleanly.
 .
 This package contains the core library and a set of image loaders and/or savers
 for various formats: eet, gif, jpeg, png, svg, tiff and xpm

libevas1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libevas1
libevas1-engines-drm: Evas module providing the DRM engine

 Evas is an advanced canvas library, providing six engines for rendering: X11,
 OpenGL (hardware accelerated), DirectFB, the framebuffer, Microsoft Windows
 and Qtopia.
 Due to its simple API, evas can be developed with rapidly, and cleanly.
 .
 This package contains the DRM-related Evas engine modules.

libevas1-engines-drm-dbgsym: debug symbols for libevas1-engines-drm
libevas1-engines-fb: Evas module providing the Framebuffer engine

 Evas is an advanced canvas library, providing six engines for rendering: X11,
 OpenGL (hardware accelerated), DirectFB, the framebuffer, Microsoft Windows
 and Qtopia.
 Due to its simple API, evas can be developed with rapidly, and cleanly.
 .
 This package contains the framebuffer Evas engine module.

libevas1-engines-fb-dbgsym: debug symbols for libevas1-engines-fb
libevas1-engines-wayland: Evas module providing the Wayland engine

 Evas is an advanced canvas library, providing six engines for rendering: X11,
 OpenGL (hardware accelerated), DirectFB, the framebuffer, Microsoft Windows
 and Qtopia.
 Due to its simple API, evas can be developed with rapidly, and cleanly.
 .
 This package contains the Wayland-related Evas engine modules.

libevas1-engines-wayland-dbgsym: debug symbols for libevas1-engines-wayland
libevas1-engines-x: Evas module providing the X11 engines

 Evas is an advanced canvas library, providing six engines for rendering: X11,
 OpenGL (hardware accelerated), DirectFB, the framebuffer, Microsoft Windows
 and Qtopia.
 Due to its simple API, evas can be developed with rapidly, and cleanly.
 .
 This package contains the X11-related Evas engine modules:
  - GL/X11
  - Software/X11 (Xlib/XCB)

libevas1-engines-x-dbgsym: debug symbols for libevas1-engines-x