libwebp 0.4.0-4 source package in Ubuntu

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libwebp (0.4.0-4) unstable; urgency=low


  * Promote from experimental to unstable
  * Begin webp transition, see bug #731168

 -- Jeff Breidenbach <email address hidden>  Mon, 13 Jan 2014 10:07:43 -0800

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Uploaded by:
Jeff Breidenbach on 2014-01-13
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Original maintainer:
Jeff Breidenbach
Architectures:
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Section:
libs
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Trusty release on 2014-01-24 main libs

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libwebp_0.4.0-4.dsc 1.4 KiB f47a36f7c23b54c4d5aaa664a1ca74b9f59659fc04a85e0fc638720c5a7d4c04
libwebp_0.4.0.orig.tar.gz 867.1 KiB 31913577e96386556855b41d210736449445fe96cfbe9289014e9b8afa944d69
libwebp_0.4.0-4.debian.tar.gz 3.7 KiB 6e7bcb4285b4d3b8cf08d8772c3043ab6e2907c1cbcabf04339bbdb56aaeffe2

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libwebp-dev: Lossy compression of digital photographic images.

 Image Compression format, based on the VP8 codec.
 WebP uses the modern VP8 compression format to deliver efficient
 compression of images for the web. More than 30% extra gain over
 optimized JPEG, for same quality, is not unusual.

libwebp5: No summary available for libwebp5 in ubuntu utopic.

No description available for libwebp5 in ubuntu utopic.

libwebpdemux1: Lossy compression of digital photographic images.

 Image Compression format, based on the VP8 codec.
 WebP uses the modern VP8 compression format to deliver efficient
 compression of images for the web. More than 30% extra gain over
 optimized JPEG, for same quality, is not unusual.

libwebpmux1: No summary available for libwebpmux1 in ubuntu utopic.

No description available for libwebpmux1 in ubuntu utopic.

webp: Lossy compression of digital photographic images.

 Image Compression format, based on the VP8 codec.
 WebP uses the modern VP8 compression format to deliver efficient
 compression of images for the web. More than 30% extra gain over
 optimized JPEG, for same quality, is not unusual.