libertine 1.6+17.04.20170209-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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libertine (1.6+17.04.20170209-0ubuntu1) zesty; urgency=medium

  [ Larry Price ]
  * Get libertine-container-manager and libertine-launch working in a confined
    environment.
  * Create a special desktop file to satisfy the snappy store.
  * Update snap definition to include aliases, renamed commands, and internal
    desktop file.
  * Ensure absolute path lxd bind-mounts have a valid name by using the full
    path as a backup.
  * Refactor liblibertine as a client wrapper for libertined and bump version
    to 1.5.2.
  * Protect against containers that aren't started when running commands.
  * Migrate the list-apps subcommand to list application ids. (LP: #1657877)
  * Run the libertined integration test with its own dbus sesison to prevent
    collisions with running service.

  [ Chris Townsend ]
  * Discover if a session is running and if so, use it's dbus session to start
    the container manager. (LP: #1657490)
  * Replace all pylxd execute()'s with calls to 'lxc exec' as pylxd has
    performance issues in execute().
  * Add ability to freeze and unfreeze LXC/LXD containers. This is disabled by
    default for now. (LP: #1654355)
  * Add ability to enable and disable the freezing of LXC/LXD containers when
    not in use. (LP: #1654355)
  * Deprecate the lx[cd] managers and use libertined for managing the containers
    and move the actual starting and stopping of containers to the respective
    backends. (LP: #1660685)
  * Add a restart subcommand to libertine-container-manager. Also try to restart
    the container when adding/removing bind-mounts, if appropriate.
    (LP: #1654355)
  * Enable Xmir '-rootless' mode by default and remove using Matchbox for the
    window manager. (LP: #1662555)
  * Change when the libertine-xmir Upstart gets started to account for Unity 8
    now directly starting apps.
  * Bump release version to 1.6.

 -- Christopher Townsend <email address hidden>  Thu, 09 Feb 2017 16:14:23 +0000

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Binary packages built by this source

libertine: transitional dummy package for libertine-manager-app

 This is a transitional package to rename libertine as libertine-manager-app.
 It can safely be removed.

libertine-manager-app: sandbox for running deb-packaged X11 apps on Ubuntu Personal

 Provides a container and related tools to be able to create, maintain, and
 integrate legacy deb-packaged applications generally based around the X11
 display manager on an Ubuntu "Snappy Personal" system.

libertine-manager-app-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libertine-manager-app

 Provides a container and related tools to be able to create, maintain, and
 integrate legacy deb-packaged applications generally based around the X11
 display manager on an Ubuntu "Snappy Personal" system.

libertine-qt-common: common files for qt-based libertine applications

 Common QML source files and translations for managing libertine containers
 and packages used in the standalone libertine application and system settings
 plugin.

libertine-tools: CLI tools for running deb-packaged X11 apps on Ubuntu Personal

 Command-line tools that can be used for creating, manipulating, and using
 the Ubuntu Personal sandbox for legacy Deb-packaged X11 applicatons.

libertine-xmir-tools: helper apps for using and interacting with Xmir

 Helper applications for using and interacting with Xmir such as launching
 Xmir and allowing copy and paste.

libertine-xmir-tools-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libertine-xmir-tools

 Helper applications for using and interacting with Xmir such as launching
 Xmir and allowing copy and paste.

libertined: d-bus service for managing libertine containers

 D-Bus service for asynchronously discovering and managing classic applications
 using libertine containers. Allows installation and removal of deb-packaged
 X11 apps within an isolated sandbox.

liblibertine-dev: developer files for the Libertine application sandbox

 Headers and shared libraries used to create the tools for creating and using
 the Ubuntu Personal sandbox for legacy Deb-packaged X11 applicatons.

liblibertine1: runtime for running deb-packaged X11 apps on Ubuntu Personal

 Runtime library for creating and using the Ubuntu Personal sandbox for legacy
 Deb-packaged X11 applicatons. This library is used by the Libertine tools
 and other software interacting with the Libertine container, such as scopes
 or application launchers.

liblibertine1-dbgsym: debug symbols for package liblibertine1

 Runtime library for creating and using the Ubuntu Personal sandbox for legacy
 Deb-packaged X11 applicatons. This library is used by the Libertine tools
 and other software interacting with the Libertine container, such as scopes
 or application launchers.

python3-libertine: Python3 scripts for the Libertine application sandbox

 Python3 modules for the Libertine application sandbox tools. Requires at
 least one of the container back end modules installed to be of any use.

python3-libertine-chroot: Python3 scripts for the Libertine application sandbox

 This package provides the chroot-based container back end module for the
 Libertine sandbox. This container back end module is intended only for
 curated containers distributed for devices that do not support unprivileged
 LXC containers.

python3-libertine-lxc: Python3 scripts for the Libertine application sandbox

 This package provides the LXC-based container back end module for the
 Libertine sandbox. It requires support for unprivileged LXC containers in the
 Linux kernel.

python3-libertine-lxd: Python3 scripts for the Libertine application sandbox

 This package provides the LXD-based container back end module for the
 Libertine sandbox. It requires support for unprivileged LXD containers in the
 Linux kernel.

ubuntu-system-settings-libertine: system settings plugin for managing container-based applications

 System Settings graphical interface to assist in the maintenance of legacy
 deb-packaged applications generally based around the X11 display manager on
 an Ubuntu "Snappy Personal" system.

ubuntu-system-settings-libertine-dbgsym: debug symbols for package ubuntu-system-settings-libertine

 System Settings graphical interface to assist in the maintenance of legacy
 deb-packaged applications generally based around the X11 display manager on
 an Ubuntu "Snappy Personal" system.