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“f-spot” 0.8.2-1 source package in Ubuntu

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f-spot (0.8.2-1) experimental; urgency=low

  * [1a54b49] Imported Upstream version 0.8.2
    - Bug fix release for the 0.8.x series.
    - Infobox crasher fixed (Paul Wellner Bou)
    - CRW crasher (Christian Krause)
    - XMP sidecar file naming now uses file.jpg.xmp, falls back to old file.xmp
      if present (Ruben Vermeersch)
    - French Mallard Documentation (Bruno Brouard)
    - Slovenian Mallard Documentation (Matej Urbančič)
    - Tons of translations
    - Loads of obsolete code fixed (Tim Howard)
    - DateTime.DaysInMonth crasher fix (Tim Howard)
    - Mono.Data.Sqlite removed (Tim Howard)
    - Switch to official Taglib# repository.
    - Lots of Taglib# fixes.
    - Rotation crasher (Nuno Ferreira)
    - Gallery export crasher for Unicode characters (Martin Slota)
    - A fix for the very annoying Int32.MaxValue bug.
    - Around 20 bugs closed (http://bit.ly/hCAwkd)
  * [f04bde8] Drop upstream_fix_empty_database_crash, merged upstream
 -- Iain Lane <email address hidden>   Thu,  06 Jan 2011 15:39:10 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Iain Lane on 2011-01-06
Uploaded to:
Natty
Original maintainer:
Debian CLI Applications Team
Component:
universe
Architectures:
any
Section:
gnome
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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f-spot: personal photo management application

 F-Spot is a full-featured personal photo management application for the
 GNOME desktop. It simplifies digital photography by providing intuitive
 tools to help you share, touch-up, find and organize your images.
 It allows for importing of your existing photo collections, tagging photos
 with identifiers, as well as doing simple edits of photos (e.g. rotating).