gwenrename 1.1~beta7-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


gwenrename (1.1~beta7-0ubuntu1) natty; urgency=low

  * New upstream release (LP: #181357, #373573):
    - Remove kubuntu_01_clean_desktop_file.patch, applied upstream
    - Remove 02_fix_icon_installation.patch, applied upstream
    - Add kubuntu_01_fix_docbook_build.diff to fix FTBFS
  * Port packaging to KDE4:
    - Bump compat to 7
    - Bump debhelper build-dep to 7 for pkg-kde-tools
    - Add build-depends on pkg-kde-tools and cmake
    - kdelibs4-dev -> kdelibs5-dev
    - Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.1
    - Use dh7 short rules with the kde dh extension
  * Switch to source format 3.0 (quilt)
  * Konkueror -> Konqueror in package description
  * Make description lines less narrow
  * Move homepage entry from the description to its own field
 -- Jonathan Thomas <email address hidden>   Tue, 28 Dec 2010 12:54:10 -0400

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gwenrename: Batch renamer tool for KDE

 GwenRename is a series renamer tool. It was created as an external tool for
 GwenView, the image viewer for KDE, but can also be used from Konqueror. As
 that, the files to be renamed are passed to it as command line parameters,
 and there is no other way to load files into it. The main goal is to have a
 batch renaming tool that's easy and light enough for every day use. If you
 are looking for a more compound and featured renaming tool, you should have
 a look at Dominik Seichter's "KRename".