nautilus 1:3.30.4-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


nautilus (1:3.30.4-1ubuntu1) disco; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian. Remaining changes:
    - debian/
      + Build-Depend on libunity-dev
      + Build-Depend on libgnome-autoar-0-dev (>= 0.2.1)
      + Build-Depend on autoconf-archive
      + lower gnome-sushi Recommends to a Suggests
      + nautilus-data should not need to recommends nautilus,
        lower to a suggests so file-roller doesn't bring in nautilus
    - debian/changelog, debian/rules: set epoch number (which was added by error)
    - debian/mount-archive.desktop,
      + New nautilus context menu item to allow mounting zip, iso, etc
    - debian/nautilus.install: install mount-archive menu
    - debian/,
      + Apport hook to list versions of files in /usr/lib/nautilus and
        reassign the crashes when they are not due to nautilus code directly
    - debian/rules:
      + Build Unity support
      + Bump dbgsym migration version
    - debian/patches/03_translations_list_update.patch:
      + Translate the mount-archive menu entry
    - 04_suppress_umount_in_ltsp.patch:
      + Don't list unmount and eject actions on LTSP clients
    - 12_unity_launcher_support.patch:
      + unity launcher integration (list bookmarks in the context menu,
        display a bar on the icon during copies)
    - 18_unity_icon_color.patch:
      + specify a background color for the unity launcher icon
    - 19_unity_open_location_xid.patch:
      + Add a new dbus property to store the lists of opened locations
        referenced by their parent nautilus window XID.
    - 20_add_timestamp_to_operations.patch:
      + Add *WithTimestamp dbus methods for file operations that
        might trigger a dialog, that should be presented with time.
    - ubuntu_infobars_color.patch:
      + set infobar type to "other" rather than "question" to avoid blue
    - ubuntu_backspace_behaviour.patch:
      + restore backspace behaviour to go back
    - 0001-Respect-gtk-dialogs-use-header-for-all-dialogs.patch
      + Use a normal titlebar if the desktop environment wants it
  * Refresh many of our patches to not conflict.
  * Dropped patches:
    - Revert-Revert-nautilus-file-Don-t-show-thumbnails-for-the.patch,
      Both double-reverts happened on the 3.26 branch - master/3.30 still has
      the patches.
    - 06_never_exec_nonexec_launchers.patch: We don't exec desktop files any
      more - that is moved to the desktop-icons extension (which already has
      this behaviour).
    - zg_activity_logging.patch: Zeitgeist is barely used, we should just drop
    - query-add-recursive-flags-and-use-it-in-search-engines.patch,
      0016-search-engine-add-a-recent-search-engine-listing-Gtk.patch: These
      are upstream.
    - 0015-tracker-search-engine-don-t-start-it-if-not-availabl.patch: We're
      depending on tracker now, no need to handle it not being there.
    - 0017-recent-add-function-to-update-manager-on-file-rename.patch: The
      recent manager is gone now.
    - 0018-search-engine-add-locate-based-search-engine.patch: Now we are going
      to use the tracker based one.
    - ubuntu_revert_no_wallpaper.patch: Unity is using u-s-d.
    - ubuntu_sync_background_to_accountsservice.patch: u-s-d is doing this.

nautilus (1:3.26.4-0ubuntu9) disco; urgency=medium

  * d/p/0016-search-engine-add-a-recent-search-engine-listing-Gtk.patch:
    - Fix double deref introduced in the previous upload (LP: #1804260)

nautilus (3.30.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * debian/rules: Make .gtk-bookmarks in $HOME for the testsuite

nautilus (3.30.3-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload

  [ Jeremy Bicha ]
  * Build-Depend on dbus and xvfb for build tests
  * debian/rules: Run all build tests
  * Depend on tracker instead of Suggests. It is no longer optional.
    (Closes: #908800)

  [ Simon McVittie ]
  * New upstream release
  * d/p/tests-Make-timeout-bigger.patch: Drop, applied upstream
  * Increase meson B-D to 0.47.0 as per
  * Use a temporary XDG_RUNTIME_DIR to run tests.
    Otherwise they will fail under sbuild, which inherits the buildd user's
    XDG_RUNTIME_DIR from the host system environment variables, but does
    not create a corresponding directory inside the build chroot.

nautilus (3.30.0-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Build-Depend on tracker for build tests

nautilus (3.30.0-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Update debian/gbp.conf
  * Cherry-pick tests-Make-timeout-bigger.patch:
    - Increase timeout for a slow test to 120 seconds

nautilus (3.30.0-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Drop unneeded dh_translations overrides
  * Run build tests
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.2.1

nautilus (3.30.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  * Revert "debian/watch: Watch for unstable releases"

nautilus ( experimental; urgency=medium

  * Team upload

  [ Laurent Bigonville ]
  * debian/nautilus.maintscript: Remove nautilus-autostart.desktop
    on upgrade now that nautilus is not providing the desktop icons
    any more (Closes: #896800)

  [ Simon McVittie ]
  * New upstream release
  * Build-Depend on meson 0.46.0
  * (Build-)Depend on GTK+ 3.22.27
  * d/copyright: Update
  * Sort installed file lists (wrap-and-sort -a)
  * Sort dependency lists (wrap-and-sort -a)
  * d/control: Sort binary package stanzas other than the first
    (wrap-and-sort -abk)
  * Depend on bubblewrap (on Linux), for sandboxed thumbnailers
  * Build-depend on libseccomp (on Linux), for sandboxed thumbnailers
  * Set Rules-Requires-Root to no
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.2.0
  * d/p/git-build-fix-icon-renaming.patch: Drop, applied upstream

nautilus (3.28.1-1) experimental; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * d/p/git-build-fix-icon-renaming.patch: Cherry-pick upstream commit
    to fix installation of icons.

nautilus ( experimental; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release

nautilus (3.27.90-1) experimental; urgency=medium

  [ Jeremy Bicha ]
  * New upstream release
    - No longer handles desktop icons
  * debian/
    - Bump minimum gtk3 to 3.22.26 for starred locations feature
    - Build-Depend on libgexiv2-dev instead libexif-dev
    - Build-Depend on appstream-util and desktop-file-utils
  * debian/rules: Clean up configure options for new version
  * debian/nautilus.install: autostart files aren't provided any more

  [ Tim Lunn ]
  * debian/rules: updated for renamed configure option
  * debian/
    - drop Build-Depend on libexempi-dev, its no longer used
  * debian/nautilus.install: appdata is installed in metainfo now

 -- Iain Lane <email address hidden>  Mon, 17 Dec 2018 12:35:41 +0000

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gir1.2-nautilus-3.0: libraries for nautilus components - gir bindings

 Nautilus is the official file manager and graphical shell for the
 GNOME desktop.
 This package can be used by other packages using the GIRepository format to
 generate dynamic bindings.

libnautilus-extension-dev: libraries for nautilus components - development version

 Nautilus is the official file manager and graphical shell for the
 GNOME desktop.
 This package provides the necessary development libraries and include
 files to develop and compile Nautilus extensions.

libnautilus-extension1a: libraries for nautilus components - runtime version

 Nautilus is the official file manager and graphical shell for the
 GNOME desktop.
 This package contains a few runtime libraries needed by nautilus' extensions.

libnautilus-extension1a-dbgsym: debug symbols for libnautilus-extension1a
nautilus: file manager and graphical shell for GNOME

 Nautilus is the official file manager for the GNOME desktop. It allows
 one to browse directories, preview files and launch applications
 associated with them. It is also responsible for handling the icons on
 the GNOME desktop. It works on local and remote filesystems.
 Several icon themes and components for viewing different kinds of files
 are available in separate packages.

nautilus-data: data files for nautilus

 Nautilus is the official file manager and graphical shell for the
 GNOME desktop.
 This package contains pictures, localization files and other data
 needed by nautilus.

nautilus-dbgsym: debug symbols for nautilus