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“lyx” 1.6.1-1~intrepid1 source package in Ubuntu

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lyx (1.6.1-1~intrepid1) intrepid-backports; urgency=low

  * Automated backport upload; no source changes.

lyx (1.6.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Per Olofsson ]
  * Don't recommend postscript-viewer. Those who need one know how to get
    it, and a PDF reader is enough for most people.

  [ Sven Hoexter ]
  * New upstream release
    + Add missing includes for cstdio as it won't be included indirectly
      in gcc 4.4. Thanks to Martin Michlmayr. Closes: #505958
  * Add ${misc:Depends} to the Depends field for the lyx binary package.
    This seems to be a required thing nowdays (according to lintian).
  * Move texlive-latex-extra from Suggests to Recommends. Closes: #499629

lyx (1.6.0-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Sven Hoexter ]
  * New upstream release
    + Fix for 'word-delete' deletes following non-word items. Closes: #492841
    + URL export works again. Closes: #344677
    + Fix for tables stopped working in g-brief-de. Closes: #379747
  * Change the name of the license file on Debian system from GPL to GPL-2.
  * Refresh /patches/prefer-xdg-open.
  * Replace the old LyX logo with the new one. Converted from the
    lib/images/lyx.png file to 32x32 XPM file.
  * Remove empty /usr/share/lyx/images/commands directory from lyx-common.

  [ Per Olofsson ]
  * Remove texlive-latex-base dependency from lyx-common, as it already
    depends on tex-common via ${misc:Depends}, and that's all that's
    really necessary.
  * Remove debian/lyx-common.postrm. It was only deleting /etc/lyxrc,
    which is not necessary since the file is deleted in preinst.
  * Don't remove profiling.py, there's no reason.

lyx (1.6.0~beta4-1) experimental; urgency=low

  [ Sven Hoexter ]
  * New upstream release resolves the following bugs:
    + lyx invokes xdvi without landscape options for landscape docs
      Closes: #269968
  * Don't try to install the top-level ChangeLog as changelog.gz.

  [ Per Olofsson ]
  * Use new features in debhelper v7 to shorten debian/rules.
  * Misc improvements to debian/rules.
  * Point to new lyx icon in png format from /usr/share/icons.
  * Use dh_installtex to update ls-R files from maintainer scripts. Will do
    it faster than plain texhash.
  * Remove now-useless versioned build-deps.
  * Suggest cups-client instead of cupsys-client.
  * Add debian/README.source.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.0.
  * Remove the -ffunction-sections workaround on hppa and let's hope it
    works. I can't test because there are no DD-accessible hppa machines
    at the moment.

 -- Johannes Hessellund <email address hidden>   Tue, 23 Dec 2008 19:39:19 +0000

Upload details

Uploaded by:
Johannes Hessellund on 2008-12-23
Uploaded to:
Intrepid
Original maintainer:
Debian LyX Maintainers
Component:
universe
Architectures:
any
Section:
editors
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

lyx: Document Processor

 LyX is an almost WYSIWYG-frontend for LaTeX. It makes the power and
 typesetting quality of LaTeX available for people who are used to
 word processors. Since LyX supports LaTeX's concept of general
 mark-ups, it is even easier and faster to create professional quality
 documents with it than with usual word processors. It is also
 possible to use LaTeX commands within LyX, so nothing of LaTeX's
 power is lost.
 .
 You can extend the functionality of LyX by installing these packages:
  * chktex: check for typographical errors
  * dvipost: display tracked changes in DVI format output
  * gnuhtml2latex: import HTML documents
  * groff: improved table formatting in plain text exports
  * linuxdoc-tools: export SGML LinuxDoc documents
  * noweb: import noweb files
  * rcs: integrated version control
  * sgmltools-lite: export SGML DocBook documents
  * tex4ht, hevea, tth, or latex2html: export HTML documents
  * texlive-latex-extra: more styles and packages
  * wv: import MS Word documents

lyx-common: Architecture-independent files for LyX

 This package contains LyX's common files which are not
 architecture-dependent. See the lyx package for a description of LyX
 itself.