grun 0.9.3-2 source package in Ubuntu


grun (0.9.3-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * QA upload.
  * Set Debian QA Group as maintainer.
  * Using dh-autoreconf instead of autotools_dev.
  * debian/control
      - Bumped Standards-Version to 3.9.6.
      - Update DH level to 9.
      - Include ${misc:Depends} at Depends.
      - Updated Homepage field (Closes: #783222).
      - Fixed a typo in long description, remove extra space (Closes: #750862).
      - Fixed GTK+ spell.
  * debian/copyright
      - Using 1.0 format.
      - Full updated.
  * debian/rules
      - To new (reduced) format.
      - Include DEB_BUILD_MAINT_OPTIONS for hardening.
  * Create debian/install to install icon xpm.
  * Create debian/watch.
  * Patch to fix spell of word persistent in grun.c.

 -- Paulo Roberto Alves de Oliveira (aka kretcheu) <email address hidden>  Mon, 27 Jul 2015 13:03:00 -0300

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grun_0.9.3-2.dsc 1.7 KiB 6ceb225ce4565753c33dcc8ddfbdeb936016430a9c7bd1a156ee7f2dde37ab10
grun_0.9.3.orig.tar.gz 359.7 KiB c484d80e4636a69c6ad6491a4769f555be20595e67cb4bfd34c3c91e501b95dd
grun_0.9.3-2.debian.tar.xz 6.7 KiB 124c4743a3c2f252cb2bcab19f5049c672faa6c68781a9c6b1e6a6f0c4d68336

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grun: GTK+ based Run dialog

 gRun is a GTK+ based Run dialog that closely resembles
 the Windows Run dialog, just like xexec. It has a
 intelligent history mechanism and a dual level fork()
 mechanism for launching the application in its own
 process. gRun also has support for launching console
 mode application in an XTerm as well as associations
 for file types.
 gRun is much more powerful than xexec, looks a lot
 better, and has the big advantage that you can start
 typing a command without having to mouse-click into
 the text field.
 gRun is especially useful if you do not use the
 GNOME desktop which has a built-in run command, and
 if you use a window-manager (e.g. IceWM) where you can
 define a keyboard shortcut (e.g. Alt-F2) for staring

grun-dbgsym: debug symbols for grun