gnome-initial-setup 3.38.1-1ubuntu2~20.10.1 source package in Ubuntu


gnome-initial-setup (3.38.1-1ubuntu2~20.10.1) groovy; urgency=medium

  * Backport from hirsute to groovy for SRU.
  * control, gbp.conf: Update git branch to ubuntu/groovy for SRU

gnome-initial-setup (3.38.1-1ubuntu2) hirsute; urgency=medium

  * Don't cast a GtkLabel into a GisSnapTile.
    We populate a GtkFlowBox with tiles representing features snaps. There
    might not be exactly enough to fill up the entire number of rows, so the
    remaining cells are filled up with blank space, which is actually a
    When clicking these tiles, we launch Software to the application that's
    been clicked. That is done by looking inside the tile to find its
    associated snap.
    We try to do this 'looking inside' for the blank tiles too. But they
    aren't snaps at all - as mentioned above, they are GtkLabels. We illegally
    cast to a snap tile, and then operate on it. At best, this leads to a
    warning on stderr and Software getting spawned to display a nonsense
    application. At worst we crash.
    Fix this by altering the callback to check if we have clicked on a snap or
    not. In the not case, simply return and do nothing. (LP: #1901548)

 -- Iain Lane <email address hidden>  Tue, 27 Oct 2020 18:03:16 +0000

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gnome-initial-setup: Initial GNOME system setup helper

 After acquiring or installing a new system there are a few essential things
 to set up before use. GNOME Initial Setup aims to provide a simple, easy,
 and safe way to prepare a new system.
 GNOME Initial Setup runs the first time you log in to the GNOME desktop
 and lets you easily configure your language, keyboard layout, online accounts
 integration, and more.
 If you want to configure these things at any other time, run the Settings app.

gnome-initial-setup-dbgsym: debug symbols for gnome-initial-setup