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“gconf” 2.28.1-3ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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gconf (2.28.1-3ubuntu1) maverick; urgency=low

  * Resycn on Debian
  * debian/default.path:
    - Add /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.system to the search path,
      which is were 8.10 kept some system wide gconf settings. This is
      deprecated, but required for backwards compatibility.
  * debian/gconf2-common.dirs:
     - Add /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.system.  Since we reference it in default.path,
       we ought to create it
  * debian/70gconfd_path-on-session:
    - add additionnal gconf path depending on selected desktop session:
  * debian/gconf2-common.install:
    list 70gconfd_path-on-session there
  * debian/gconf-schemas: Shrink the generated %gconf-tree.xml, by filtering
    out locale specific defaults for uninstalled locales, leading tabs, empty
    short descriptions, and mtimes (which aren't interesting for system wide
    defaults).
  * debian/patches/02_xml-gettext-domain.patch,
    debian/patches/70_relibtoolize.patch:
    - use gettext from schemas translations
  * debian/watch:
    - watch unstable versions

gconf (2.28.1-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * gconf-schemas: don’t error out if there are no schemas to install.
    Closes: #577142.

gconf (2.28.1-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * So, it seems that parsing XML is so slow that regenerating the
    database entirely is faster than unregistering a schema and
    registering it again. Which means moving to triggers is a big
    performance improvement.
  * update-gconf-defaults, gconf-schemas: do nothing when called from
    dpkg, except from gconf2.postinst itself.
  * gconf2.triggers: register the /usr/share/gconf/* directories.
  * gconf2.postinst: regenerate the databases depending on the triggers
    called.
  * gconf2-common.dirs: ship an empty /usr/share/gconf/schemas, just in
    case.

gconf (2.28.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ David Weinehall ]
  * New upstream release.
    + debian/patches/01_defaults_path.patch,
      02_fix_wrong_return_value.patch,
      25_gconf-path-max-hurd.patch:
      - Refreshed.
  * debian/control.in:
    - Bump Standards version to 3.8.4 (No changes needed).

  [ Loïc Minier ]
  * debian/gconf2-common.install: install evoldap.schema directly in
    /usr/share/doc; this makes it easier to build a non-LDAP version of GConf.
 -- Sebastien Bacher <email address hidden>   Mon, 17 May 2010 21:21:47 +0200

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gconf-defaults-service: GNOME configuration database system (system defaults service)

 GConf is a configuration database system for storing application
 preferences. It supports default or mandatory settings set by the
 administrator, and changes to the database are instantly applied to all
 running applications. It is written for the GNOME desktop but doesn't
 require it.
 .
 This package contains the PolicyKit service that allows to edit the
 system-wide defaults from a user session.

gconf2: GNOME configuration database system (support tools)

 GConf is a configuration database system for storing application
 preferences. It supports default or mandatory settings set by the
 administrator, and changes to the database are instantly applied to all
 running applications. It is written for the GNOME desktop but doesn't
 require it.
 .
 This package contains the command line tools: gconftool and
 gconf-merge-tree.

gconf2-common: GNOME configuration database system (common files)

 GConf is a configuration database system for storing application
 preferences. It supports default or mandatory settings set by the
 administrator, and changes to the database are instantly applied to all
 running applications. It is written for the GNOME desktop but doesn't
 require it.
 .
 This package contains the default configuration and localization files.

libgconf2-4: GNOME configuration database system (shared libraries)

 GConf is a configuration database system for storing application
 preferences. It supports default or mandatory settings set by the
 administrator, and changes to the database are instantly applied to all
 running applications. It is written for the GNOME desktop but doesn't
 require it.
 .
 This package contains the shared libraries and the GConf daemon.

libgconf2-dev: GNOME configuration database system (development)

 GConf is a configuration database system for storing application
 preferences. It supports default or mandatory settings set by the
 administrator, and changes to the database are instantly applied to all
 running applications. It is written for the GNOME desktop but doesn't
 require it.
 .
 This package contains the static libraries, header files and
 documentation needed to build applications using GConf.