epiphany-browser 2.20.2-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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epiphany-browser (2.20.2-1ubuntu1) hardy; urgency=low

  * The webkit variant is not built for now since it's not juged good enough
    to compete with the gecko one yet and not worth promoting webkit.
    The package could be maintained to universe as a different source for now.
  * Sync with Debian
  * debian/control.in:
    - Build-Depends on firefox-dev (>= 1.5), liblaunchpad-integration-dev
    - Depends on firefox (>= 1.5) and not xulrunner-gnome-support
    - don't build the webkit variant
    - don't Build-Depends on libxul-dev
    - don't Recommends xulrunner debug packages
    - mention Firefox rather than Iceweasel
    - package maintained by the Ubuntu Desktop Team
    - update transition version
  * debian/epiphany-browser-data.gconf-defaults:
    - change startup page
  * debian/patches/03_dbus.patch:
    - don't use hack from Debian to start a private instance when it can't
      connect to the dbus, changes made while running that mode are not stored
      (Ubuntu: #74725)
  * debian/patches/06_lpi.patch:
    - launchpad integration
  * debian/patches/07_use_correct_program_name.patch:
    - use "epiphany" instead of PACKAGE to work with the epiphany-browser name
      change, fix session storing (Ubuntu: #43130)
  * debian/patches/08_localized_startup_page.patch:
    -  use the startup page corresponding to the locale used
  * debian/patches/11_useragent-weasel.patch:
    - don't use, the change is Debian specific
  * debian/patches/99_autoreconf.patch:
    - updated
  * debian/rules:
    - build with firefox, not xulrunner
    - don't build the webkit variant
    - don't change the gecko build directory

 -- Sebastien Bacher <email address hidden>   Wed, 05 Dec 2007 14:17:00 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Sebastien Bacher on 2007-12-05
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Desktop
Component:
main
Architectures:
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Section:
gnome
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

epiphany-browser: Intuitive web browser - dummy package

 Epiphany is a simple yet powerful GNOME web browser targeted at
 non-technical users. Its principles are simplicity and standards
 compliance.
 .
 This dummy package installs Epiphany with the Gecko backend by default.

epiphany-browser-data: Data files for the GNOME web browser

 Epiphany is a simple yet powerful GNOME web browser targeted at
 non-technical users. Its principles are simplicity and standards
 compliance.
 .
 This package contains the common files, artwork and translations for
 Epiphany.

epiphany-browser-dbg: Debugging symbols for the GNOME web browser

 Epiphany is a simple yet powerful GNOME web browser targeted at
 non-technical users. Its principles are simplicity and standards
 compliance.
 .
 This package contains detached debugging symbols.

epiphany-browser-dev: Development files for the GNOME web browser

 Epiphany is a simple yet powerful GNOME web browser targeted at
 non-technical users. Its principles are simplicity and standards
 compliance.
 .
 This package is required to develop extensions for Epiphany.

epiphany-gecko: Intuitive GNOME web browser - Gecko version

 Epiphany is a simple yet powerful GNOME web browser targeted at
 non-technical users. Its principles are simplicity and standards
 compliance. Simplicity is achieved by a well designed user interface and
 reliance on external applications for performing external tasks (such as
 reading email). Simplicity should not mean less powerful. Standards
 compliance is achieved on the HTML side by using the Gecko
 rendering engine, as developed for the Mozilla and Firefox browsers; and
 on the user interface side by closely following the GNOME Human Interface
 Guidelines (HIG) and by close integration with the GNOME desktop.
 .
 This version uses the Gecko backend to render web pages.
 .
 Homepage: http://www.gnome.org/projects/epiphany/