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“hal” 0.5.14-8 source package in Ubuntu

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hal (0.5.14-8) unstable; urgency=low


  * debian/patches/65-glib-single-include.patch: Starting with glib 2.32 it is
    now mandatory to include <glib.h> instead of individual headers.
    (Closes: #665556)
  * Test for /var/cache/hald and /var/run/hald before trying to remove them on
    purge. This avoids a harmless warning message. (Closes: #638675)
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.3.
  * Add Breaks against xserver-xorg (<< 1:7.6+8), to ensure we have a version of
    xserver-xorg which no longer uses "invoke-rc.d hal restart" in postinst,
    since the init script is gone. (Closes: #624398)

 -- Michael Biebl <email address hidden>  Sun, 25 Mar 2012 01:08:08 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Utopia Maintenance Team on 2012-03-25
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Original maintainer:
Utopia Maintenance Team
Component:
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Architectures:
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Section:
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Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

hal: Hardware Abstraction Layer

 HAL provides an abstract view on hardware.
 .
 This abstraction layer is simply an interface that makes it possible to
 add support for new devices and new ways of connecting devices to the
 computer, without modifying every application that uses the device.
 It maintains a list of devices that currently exist, and can provide
 information about those upon request.

hal-doc: Hardware Abstraction Layer - documentation

 HAL provides an abstract view on hardware.
 .
 This abstraction layer is simply an interface that makes it possible to
 add support for new devices and new ways of connecting devices to the
 computer, without modifying every application that uses the device.
 It maintains a list of devices that currently exist, and can provide
 information about those upon request.
 .
 This package contains the API documentation for HAL.

libhal-dev: Hardware Abstraction Layer - development files

 HAL provides an abstract view on hardware.
 .
 This abstraction layer is simply an interface that makes it possible to
 add support for new devices and new ways of connecting devices to the
 computer, without modifying every application that uses the device.
 It maintains a list of devices that currently exist, and can provide
 information about those upon request.
 .
 This package contains files that are needed to build applications.

libhal-storage-dev: Hardware Abstraction Layer - development files

 HAL provides an abstract view on hardware.
 .
 This abstraction layer is simply an interface that makes it possible to
 add support for new devices and new ways of connecting devices to the
 computer, without modifying every application that uses the device.
 It maintains a list of devices that currently exist, and can provide
 information about those upon request.
 .
 This package contains files that are needed to build applications that use
 libhal-storage1.

libhal-storage1: Hardware Abstraction Layer - shared library for storage devices

 HAL provides an abstract view on hardware.
 .
 This abstraction layer is simply an interface that makes it possible to
 add support for new devices and new ways of connecting devices to the
 computer, without modifying every application that uses the device.
 It maintains a list of devices that currently exist, and can provide
 information about those upon request.
 .
 This library provides an interface for handling storage devices.

libhal1: Hardware Abstraction Layer - shared library

 HAL provides an abstract view on hardware.
 .
 This abstraction layer is simply an interface that makes it possible to
 add support for new devices and new ways of connecting devices to the
 computer, without modifying every application that uses the device.
 It maintains a list of devices that currently exist, and can provide
 information about those upon request.
 .
 This package contains shared libraries to be used by applications.