gpgme1.0 1.10.0-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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gpgme1.0 (1.10.0-1ubuntu1) bionic; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - debian/patch/0007-Python-Versions.patch: Use py{,3}versions detection.
    - debian/patches/0006-PIC-and-shared.patch: Libs are -fPIC and -shared.
    - Add in libgpgme-dev a libgpgme-pthread.so pointing to libgpgme.so, this
      will fix the build failures of kf5-kdepim-apps-libs when built against this
      gpgme package.

gpgme1.0 (1.10.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * new upstream release
  * update build-dependencies
  * drop patches already upstream
  * add new symbols
  * update debian/copyright
  * add explicit lintian overrides for things i have no plans to fix

gpgme1.0 (1.9.0-8) unstable; urgency=medium

  * clean up wrap-and-sort
  * loosen dependencies (Closes: #872368)
  * only build against latest python3 (Closes: #866555)
  * Standards-Version: bump to 4.1.2 (no changes needed)
  * refresh patches
  * cherry-pick bugfixes from upstream

gpgme1.0 (1.9.0-7) unstable; urgency=medium

  * force-build python 3.5 now that python3 is 3.6 in unstable

gpgme1.0 (1.9.0-6) unstable; urgency=medium

  * point to correct qgpgme README (Closes: #857529)
  * use getdents64 instead of getdents (Closes: #876538)
  * Standards-Version: bump to 4.1.1 (no changes needed)

gpgme1.0 (1.9.0-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Import more bugfixes from upstream.
  * Adopt Colin Watson's optimization for reducing the number of spurious
    close() calls on Linux platforms.

gpgme1.0 (1.9.0-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * complete upstream python file reorg (Closes: #872519)

gpgme1.0 (1.9.0-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * imported cleanup+bugfixes from upstream
  * removed unnecessary b-d on autoreconf
  * drop unneeded DEBIAN_VERSION from debian/rules
  * ship constants.tofu (Closes: #871465)
  * Standards-Version: bump to 4.0.1 (extra -> optional)
  * try to force python 3.6
  * strip debian revision from new 1.9.0 symbols
  * add the simplest possible python burn-in autopkgtest
  * release to unstable

gpgme1.0 (1.9.0-2) experimental; urgency=medium

  * Remove Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo from Uploaders (Closes: #862622)

gpgme1.0 (1.9.0-1) experimental; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version (to experimental)

 -- Julian Andres Klode <email address hidden>  Mon, 15 Jan 2018 14:22:11 +0100

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Julian Andres Klode on 2018-01-15
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libgpgme-dev: GPGME - GnuPG Made Easy (development files)

 GPGME is a wrapper library which provides a C API to access some of the
 GnuPG functions, such as encrypt, decrypt, sign, verify, ...
 .
 This package contains the headers and other files needed to compile
 against this library.

libgpgme-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for libgpgme-dev
libgpgme11: GPGME - GnuPG Made Easy (library)

 GPGME is a wrapper library which provides a C API to access some of the
 GnuPG functions, such as encrypt, decrypt, sign, verify, ...
 .
 This package contains the library.

libgpgme11-dbgsym: debug symbols for libgpgme11
libgpgmepp-dev: C++ and Qt bindings for GPGME (development files)

 GpgME++ (aka GpgMEpp) is a C++ wrapper (or C++ bindings) for the
 GnuPG project's GPGME (GnuPG Made Easy) library.
 .
 QGpgME is a library that provides GPGME integration with QEventLoop
 and some Qt datatypes (e.g. QByteArray).
 .
 This package contains the headers and other files needed to compile
 against either of these libraries.

libgpgmepp-doc: C++ and Qt bindings for GPGME (documentation for developers)

 GpgME++ (aka GpgMEpp) is a C++ wrapper (or C++ bindings) for the
 GnuPG project's GPGME (GnuPG Made Easy) library.
 .
 QGpgME is a library that provides GPGME integration with QEventLoop
 and some Qt datatypes (e.g. QByteArray).
 .
 This package contains documentation for developers describing how to
 use these packages.

libgpgmepp6: C++ wrapper library for GPGME

 GpgME++ (aka GpgMEpp) is a C++ wrapper (or C++ bindings) for the
 GnuPG project's GPGME (GnuPG Made Easy) library.
 .
 This is the official upstream C++ binding for GPGME.

libgpgmepp6-dbgsym: debug symbols for libgpgmepp6
libqgpgme7: library for GPGME integration with Qt

 QGpgME is a library that provides GPGME integration with QEventLoop
 and some Qt datatypes (e.g. QByteArray).
 .
 This is the official upstream Qt binding for GPGME.

libqgpgme7-dbgsym: debug symbols for libqgpgme7
python-gpg: Python interface to the GPGME GnuPG encryption library (Python 2)

 The "gpg" Python module is, for the most part, a direct interface to
 the C GPGME library. However, it is re-packaged in a more Pythonic
 way -- object-oriented with classes and modules. Take a look at the
 classes defined here -- they correspond directly to certain object
 types in GPGME for C.
 .
 Features:
  * Feature-rich, full implementation of the GPGME library. Supports
    all GPGME features except interactive editing (coming soon).
    Callback functions may be written in pure Python.
  * Ability to sign, encrypt, decrypt, and verify data.
  * Ability to list keys, export and import keys, and manage the keyring.
  * Fully object-oriented with convenient classes and modules.
 .
 This is the official upstream Python 2 binding for GPGME.

python-gpg-dbgsym: debug symbols for python-gpg
python3-gpg: Python interface to the GPGME GnuPG encryption library (Python 3)

 The "gpg" Python module is, for the most part, a direct interface to
 the C GPGME library. However, it is re-packaged in a more Pythonic
 way -- object-oriented with classes and modules. Take a look at the
 classes defined here -- they correspond directly to certain object
 types in GPGME for C.
 .
 Features:
  * Feature-rich, full implementation of the GPGME library. Supports
    all GPGME features except interactive editing (coming soon).
    Callback functions may be written in pure Python.
  * Ability to sign, encrypt, decrypt, and verify data.
  * Ability to list keys, export and import keys, and manage the keyring.
  * Fully object-oriented with convenient classes and modules.
 .
 This is the official upstream Python 3 binding for GPGME.

python3-gpg-dbgsym: debug symbols for python3-gpg