fast-user-switch-applet 2.22.0+svn20080815-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


fast-user-switch-applet (2.22.0+svn20080815-0ubuntu1) intrepid; urgency=low

  * Changed to upstream SVN snapshot.  Provides some small patches, most
    siginificantly adding GIO support and removing GNOME-VFS.  There are
    also translation updated.
  * debian/patches/90_autotools.patch: Adding a patch that includes the
    rebuilt autotools chain.  Build with:
       NOCONFIGURE=1 && rm-rf autom4te.cache
  * debian/control: Going to policy version 3.8.0
  * debian/control: Increasing the glib dependency to match
  * 82_gdm_guest_session.patch:
    * Updating to new upstream snapshot.
    * Remove call to set style to fix icon.
  * 85_session_management.patch: Add ability to manage ones session
    on the menu.  Makes calls to gnome-session and to GDM.
  * 86_status_management.patch: Add ability to manage ones IM status
    on the menu.  Support for both Pidgin over DBus and Telepathy mission
  * debian/control: Add dependency on dbus-glib >= 0.76 as needed per

 -- Ted Gould <email address hidden>   Wed, 27 Aug 2008 13:53:39 -0500

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Ted Gould on 2008-08-27
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Loïc Minier
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fast-user-switch-applet: Applet for the GNOME panel providing a menu to switch between users

 The Fast User-Switching Applet is an applet for the GNOME panel that
 provides a menu to switch between users without logging out. It
 integrates with GDM to switch between existing X11 sessions or create
 new ones as needed, and shows the same users as the GDM face browser.