libgphoto2 2.4.11-3 source package in Ubuntu


libgphoto2 (2.4.11-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Add support for GD, by Build-Depending on libgd2-noxpm-dev
    (Closes: #609120)

libgphoto2 (2.4.11-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Fix usage of dpkg-maintscript-helper

libgphoto2 (2.4.11-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ David Paleino ]
  * New upstream release
    - Fix unset permissions with the generic PTP rule
      (Closes: #616648, #620941)
  * Fix README.Debian regarding the new udev rules location
    (Closes: #620937)
  * debian/libgphoto2-2.{preinst,postinst,postrm}: properly
    remove old configuration files using dpkg-maintscript-helper
    (Closes: #622569)
  * Patch 80_avchd_support.patch removed, merged upstream
  * Standards-Version bump to 3.9.2, no changes needed

  [ Andreas Metzler ]
  * Stop shipping libtool la files in development package.
    (Closes: #621619)

libgphoto2 ( unstable; urgency=low

  * Add missing package relationships for the package split
  * Install development documentation into more appropriate place
  * Merge libgphoto2-doc back into libgphoto2-2
  * Add a new libgphoto2-l10n package, recommended by libgphoto2-2,
    to move the localized messages in a Arch:all package
  * Rename libgphoto2-dev back to libgphoto2-2-dev: I'm not really
    in the mood of breaking everything right now :) -- jokes aside,
    it makes more sense to do this when the first SONAME bump happens.
    Thanks Andreas Metzler for discussing this on pkg-phototools' list.
    Also, this didn't touch anyone, since -4 was REJECTED, and has
    never been public.
  * Drop useless Provides/Replaces/Conflicts/Breaks from libgphoto2-2-dev:
    those packages were present in 2004, so no need to still keep those
    relationships there.

libgphoto2 ( unstable; urgency=low

  * Upload to unstable
  * Removing KiBi from Uploaders, as requested. Thanks for all your
    previous work!
  * HALectomy: remove libhal-dev from Build-Depends, and remove
    HAL FDI generation in debian/rules. (Closes: #580291)
  * Split documentation in other two binary packages: libgphoto2-dev-doc
    and libgphoto2-doc
  * Rename libgphoto2-2-dev to libgphoto2-dev: this will ease SONAME
    transitions through binNMUs.

libgphoto2 ( experimental; urgency=low

  * Merge from Ubuntu:
    - debian/patches/80_avchd_support.patch: Report .MTS and .M2TS
      files on mass-storage devices as they are AVCHD video streams.
      Patch from upstream svn trunk.
    - debian/libgphoto2-2.install: Drop API docs, they are already
      shipped in the -dev package. Thanks to Martin Pitt
      (Closes: #606944)
 -- Jean-Louis Dupond <email address hidden>   Mon,  08 Aug 2011 23:25:29 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Jean-Louis Dupond on 2011-08-09
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Original maintainer:
Debian PhotoTools Maintainers
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libgphoto2_2.4.11.orig.tar.gz 5.3 MiB a2230c31e320acb7ececd90bc02fe515
libgphoto2_2.4.11-3.debian.tar.gz 26.3 KiB f26a00331bd88c69abf44f86fe5a77fc
libgphoto2_2.4.11-3.dsc 1.6 KiB cadd29e56914620b1f99188bfcacbfbe

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libgphoto2-2-dev: gphoto2 digital camera library (development files)

 The gphoto2 library can be used by applications to access various
 digital camera models, via standard protocols such as USB Mass Storage
 and PTP, or vendor-specific protocols.
 This package contains the development files.

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