gtk+3.0 3.4.1-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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gtk+3.0 (3.4.1-0ubuntu1) precise-proposed; urgency=low

  * New upstream bug fix release:
    - Custom theme can crash apps with GtkEntryCompletion
    - Window expands horizontally rather than the text entry growing
    - conflict between srcdir != builddir and generated enum types
    - Wayland and X11 backends simultaneously enabled is broken
    - Anchored widgets inside GtkTextView are drawn out of place
    - gtk file-chooser: Autocompletion - Dropdown-list: selection fails
    - windows draw as unfocused/backdrop on window managers
    - URL to mailing lists in README incorrect
    - gactionmuxer: Fix list_actions
    - After clicking empty parts of a toolbar/menubar the next mouse click
      (button release) does not work
    - shouldn't set GDK_SOURCE_TOUCHSCREEN based on the name
    - GtkTreeView should not handle extra mouse buttons
    - GdkEventButton contains wrong buttons in modifier mask for button
      releases
    - entrycompletion: set_property() should use property setter functions
    - application-window: try to use the desktop name in the fallback menu
    - Deal more gracefully with a flood of scroll events
    - Translation updates.
  * Drop patches which are upstream now:
    - upstream_treeview_rendering.patch
    - git_filechooser_selection.patch
    - no_touchscreen_name_hack.patch
    - git_dont_ignore_button_release_event.patch
    - git_shrinkable_widget.patch
    - git_scrolling_performances.patch
  * debian/control.in: Bump Build dependencies as per upstream configure.ac.
  * Add 00git_gtkimage_cleanup_crash.patch: GtkImage: Move the freeing of the
    icon_helper from the destory to the finalize function to avoid segfaults
    when trying to access a destroyed object before it is disposed. This often
    happens in signal handlers which get called asynchronously after destroy.
    Patch cherrypicked from upstream git head. (LP: #938090, same in
    LP#946463)
 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>   Mon, 16 Apr 2012 10:28:54 +0200

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