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“gnucash” 1:2.4.10-1 source package in Ubuntu

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gnucash (1:2.4.10-1) unstable; urgency=low


  [ Sébastien Villemot ]
  * Imported Upstream version 2.4.10
  * Add Breaks/Replaces for gconf files moved from gnucash to gnucash-common
    (Closes: #656845)
  * debian/patches/hurd-ftbfs.patch: new patch, fixes FTBFS on hurd-i386
    (Closes: #408583)

  [ Dmitry Smirnov ]
  * use dpkg-provided build flags and default hardening supporting the
    Security Hardening Build Flags release goal
  * remove build-deps already fulfilled by the dependencies of other build-deps
    (libpopt-dev, libglade2-dev and libgconf2-dev). By that occasion order them
    alphabetically.

 -- Sébastien Villemot <email address hidden>  Wed, 08 Feb 2012 20:56:25 +0100

Upload details

Uploaded by:
Micha Lenk on 2012-02-09
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Micha Lenk
Component:
main
Architectures:
any all
Section:
gnome
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Precise release on 2012-02-12 universe gnome

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gnucash_2.4.10-1.dsc 2.3 KiB 62f7a3ea884fec9cf3abdab1c6fe50a7
gnucash_2.4.10.orig.tar.bz2 8.9 MiB eebcf231beffe39a9c1b5f09625bb38e
gnucash_2.4.10-1.debian.tar.gz 23.6 KiB 38effbd1f1261508998e3b60133b54bb

Available diffs

Binary packages built by this source

gnucash: personal and small-business financial-accounting software

 Gnucash provides accounting functions suitable for use by small businesses and
 individuals. It can track finances in multiple accounts, keeping running and
 reconciled balances. There is support for customer, vendor and employee
 processing. It has an X based graphical user interface, double entry, a
 hierarchy of accounts, expense accounts (categories), and can import Quicken
 QIF files and OFX files.

gnucash-common: common files for the financial-accounting software Gnucash

 Gnucash provides accounting functions suitable for use by small businesses and
 individuals. It can track finances in multiple accounts, keeping running and
 reconciled balances. There is support for customer, vendor and employee
 processing. It has an X based graphical user interface, double entry, a
 hierarchy of accounts, expense accounts (categories), and can import Quicken
 QIF files and OFX files.
 .
 This package contains the architecture independent parts of Gnucash. It should
 not be installed directly, but is pulled in automatically by the dependencies
 of the Gnucash package.

gnucash-dbg: debugging symbols for the accounting software Gnucash

 Gnucash provides accounting functions suitable for use by small businesses and
 individuals. It can track finances in multiple accounts, keeping running and
 reconciled balances. There is support for customer, vendor and employee
 processing. It has an X based graphical user interface, double entry, a
 hierarchy of accounts, expense accounts (categories), and can import Quicken
 QIF files and OFX files.
 .
 This package contains debugging symbols needed for debugging Gnucash.

python-gnucash: Gnucash interface for Python

 Gnucash provides accounting functions suitable for use by small businesses and
 individuals. It can track finances in multiple accounts, keeping running and
 reconciled balances. There is support for customer, vendor and employee
 processing. It has an X based graphical user interface, double entry, a
 hierarchy of accounts, expense accounts (categories), and can import Quicken
 QIF files and OFX files.
 .
 This package contains the Python bindings for Gnucash which allow you to read
 and manipulate Gnucash data files.