network-manager-applet 1.1.93-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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network-manager-applet (1.1.93-1ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

  [ Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre ]
  * Merge with Debian; remaining changes:
    - lp341684_device_sensitive_disconnect_notify.patch: show correct
      notification messages for disconnect events, to be in line with the other
      *connect*text patches.
    - lp460144_correctly_update_notification.patch: cleaner notification
      messages, and allow for messages to be updated instead of cleared.
    - applet-wifi-menu-before-vpn.patch: show Create New and Connect to Hidden
      wifi menu items with the other Wifi items, rather than separated by
      the VPN menus.
    - position_dialogs_to_center_of_the_screen.patch: position dialogs to the
      center of the screen.
    - make_menu_items_insensitive_based_on_permissions.patch,
      hide_policy_items_env_var.patch: provide a method to desensitize or hide
      menu items which are useless given the current policykit policy level of
      the user.
    - applet_adhoc_use_wpa_rsn_part1.patch: enable Ad-Hoc using WPA RSN.
    - debian/rules: ship extra icons, use --enable-indicators, export
      translations for Launchpad and fail if any files are missing from
      .install files, or not being installed.
    - debian/control: Build-Depend on dh-translations, libappindicator3-dev,
      update package descriptions, add Breaks against gnome-bluetooth (<< 3.0),
      switch gnome-icon-theme to adwaita-icon-theme
  * Refreshed patches.
  * debian/rules: configure with --with-indicator, rather than --enable-...
    since we're using the merged code from upstream now for indicator support.
  * debian/patches/reorder-indicator-items.patch: make sure devices show
    before networking toggles again.
  * debian/patches/indicator-by-default.patch: have the indicator enabled by
    default.
  * debian/patches/ubuntu-vpn-icon-name.patch: use '-secure'-suffixed icons
    when connected to the VPN, since we can't composit icons on the fly.

  [ Sebastien Bacher ]
  * debian/control,
    debian/patches/lower_dbusmenu_requirement.patch:
    - use libdbusmenu but a version matching the archive one

 -- Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre <email address hidden>  Fri, 08 Apr 2016 16:36:42 -0400

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Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre on 2016-04-08
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Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
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Section:
gnome
Urgency:
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gir1.2-nma-1.0: GObject introspection data for libnma

 The libnma library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.
 .
 This package contains introspection data for libnma.
 .
 It can be used by packages using the GIRepository format to generate
 dynamic bindings.

gir1.2-nmgtk-1.0: GObject introspection data for libnm-gtk

 The libnm-gtk library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.
 .
 This package contains introspection data for libnm-gtk.
 .
 It can be used by packages using the GIRepository format to generate
 dynamic bindings.

libnm-gtk-common: library for wireless and mobile dialogs - common files

 The libnm-gtk library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.
 .
 This package contains data files used by libnm-gtk.

libnm-gtk-dev: library for wireless and mobile dialogs - development files

 The libnm-gtk library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

libnm-gtk0: library for wireless and mobile dialogs (libnm-glib version)

 This library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.

libnm-gtk0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libnm-gtk0

 This library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.

libnma-common: library for wireless and mobile dialogs - common files

 The libnm-gtk library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.
 .
 This package contains data files used by libnm-gtk.

libnma-dev: library for wireless and mobile dialogs - development files

 The libnm-gtk library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

libnma0: library for wireless and mobile dialogs (libnm version)

 This library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.

libnma0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libnma0

 This library provides Gtk+ dialogs for NetworkManager.

network-manager-gnome: network management framework (GNOME frontend)

 NetworkManager is a system network service that manages your network devices
 and connections, attempting to keep active network connectivity when
 available. It manages ethernet, WiFi, mobile broadband (WWAN), and PPPoE
 devices, and provides VPN integration with a variety of different VPN
 services.
 .
 This package contains a systray applet for GNOME's notification area but it
 also works for other desktop environments which provide a systray like KDE
 or Xfce.
 It displays the available networks and allows users to easily switch between
 them. For encrypted networks it will prompt the user for the key/passphrase
 and it can optionally store them in the gnome-keyring.

network-manager-gnome-dbgsym: debug symbols for package network-manager-gnome

 NetworkManager is a system network service that manages your network devices
 and connections, attempting to keep active network connectivity when
 available. It manages ethernet, WiFi, mobile broadband (WWAN), and PPPoE
 devices, and provides VPN integration with a variety of different VPN
 services.
 .
 This package contains a systray applet for GNOME's notification area but it
 also works for other desktop environments which provide a systray like KDE
 or Xfce.
 It displays the available networks and allows users to easily switch between
 them. For encrypted networks it will prompt the user for the key/passphrase
 and it can optionally store them in the gnome-keyring.