liferea 1.12.6-1 source package in Ubuntu


liferea (1.12.6-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * Drop 0001-Fix-669-Inoreader-UI-definition-not-removed-from-POT.patch
  * Add fix-FTBFS-on-missing-file-POTFILES.IN.patch

 -- Paul Gevers <email address hidden>  Sun, 09 Dec 2018 21:44:09 +0100

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David Smith on 2018-12-10
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Eoan release on 2019-04-18 universe gnome
Disco release on 2018-12-10 universe gnome


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Binary packages built by this source

liferea: feed/news/podcast client with plugin support

 Liferea is a feed reader, a news reader, and a podcast client that brings
 together all of the content from your favorite web subscriptions into a simple
 interface with an embedded graphical browser that's easy to organize and
 It supports:
    * aggregating feeds in all the major syndication formats (including
      RSS/RDF, Atom, CDF, and more);
    * synchronizing feeds across devices, with TinyTinyRSS and
      TheOldReader support;
    * downloading articles for offline reading;
    * permanently saving headlines in news bins;
    * playing podcasts directly in Liferea's browser interface;
    * social networking / web integration so you can share your favorite news
      articles to Facebook, Google+, Reddit, Twitter, Slashdot, Digg, Yahoo and
      many more.
 Liferea is an abbreviation for Linux Feed Reader.

liferea-data: architecture independent data for liferea

 This package contains data files for liferea, a news aggregator for
 online news feeds.
 This package does not depend on liferea, but it is unlikely to be
 of use by itself.

liferea-dbgsym: debug symbols for liferea