gnome-settings-daemon 3.2.2-0ubuntu2.3 source package in Ubuntu

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gnome-settings-daemon (3.2.2-0ubuntu2.3) oneiric-proposed; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/52_kill_syndaemon_when_gsd_die.patch:
    - Ensure that a spawned syndaemon gets killed when settings-daemon exists
      due to a crash, a keyboard interrupt, etc. This avoids having multiple
      syndaemons run at the same time, which can lead to the trackpad be
      unexpected disabled. (LP: #868400)
 -- Hsin-Yi Chen (hychen) <email address hidden>   Thu, 09 Aug 2012 14:28:59 +0800

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Uploaded by:
Hsin-Yi Chen (hychen) on 2012-08-19
Sponsored by:
Dimitri John Ledkov
Uploaded to:
Oneiric
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Desktop
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
gnome
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

gnome-settings-daemon: daemon handling the GNOME session settings

 This package contains the daemon which is responsible for setting the
 various parameters of a GNOME session and the applications that run
 under it. It handles the following kinds of settings:
 .
  * Keyboard: layout, accessibility options, shortcuts, media keys
  * Clipboard management
  * Theming: background, icons, GTK+ applications
  * Cleanup of unused files
  * Mouse: cursors, speed, accessibility options
  * Startup of other daemons: screensaver, sound daemon
  * Typing break
 .
 It also sets various application settings through X resources and
 freedesktop.org XSETTINGS.

gnome-settings-daemon-dev: Headers for building applications communicating with gnome-settings-daemon

 This package contains header files required to build applications that
 communicate with the GNOME settings daemon over D-Bus.