gconf 3.2.6-5ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu

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gconf (3.2.6-5ubuntu3) eoan; urgency=medium

  * gconf-gconf-value.h-Use-G_GNUC_-BEGIN_END-_DEPRECATIONS.patch: Take from
    upstream MR !1. Ignore GLib deprecation (as of 2.62) which we export in
    our public header.

 -- Iain Lane <email address hidden>  Mon, 26 Aug 2019 11:58:20 +0100

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Iain Lane on 2019-08-26
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Desktop
Architectures:
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Section:
gnome
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

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 users to edit the
 system-wide defaults from a user session.
 .
 This package is for legacy applications and no longer used by GNOME.

gconf-defaults-service-dbgsym: debug symbols for gconf-defaults-service
gconf-service: GNOME configuration database system (D-Bus 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 provides the D-Bus enabled daemon that is used internally
 by the GConf library to access configuration data.
 .
 This package is for legacy applications and no longer used by GNOME.

gconf-service-backend: GNOME configuration database system (D-Bus 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 D-Bus enabled daemon that is used internally
 by the GConf library to access configuration data. It is an internal
 implementation of gconf used to work around multiarch-related upgrade
 problems, and will eventually be merged back into gconf-service.

gconf-service-backend-dbgsym: debug symbols for gconf-service-backend
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.
 .
 This package is for legacy applications and no longer used by GNOME.

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.
 .
 This package is for legacy applications and no longer used by GNOME.

gconf2-dbgsym: debug symbols for gconf2
gir1.2-gconf-2.0: GNOME configuration database system (GObject-Introspection)

 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 introspection data for GConf. It can be used by
 packages using the GIRepository format to generate dynamic bindings.

libgconf-2-4: 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.
 .
 This package is for legacy applications and no longer used by GNOME.

libgconf-2-4-dbgsym: debug symbols for libgconf-2-4
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 and header files needed to
 build applications using GConf.
 .
 This package is for legacy applications and no longer used by GNOME.

libgconf2-doc: GNOME configuration database system (API reference)

 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 API reference for the GConf library.
 .
 This package is for legacy applications and no longer used by GNOME.