oxide-qt 1.6.5-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 source package in Ubuntu

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oxide-qt (1.6.5-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) trusty-security; urgency=medium

  * Update to v1.6.5
    - see USN-2570-1
    - Bump Chromium rev to 42.0.2311.90
    - Fix LP: #1442398 - Invalid read in CompositorOutputSurfaceGL
    - Fix LP: #1442458 - Minimum page scale shouldn't be 1 on mobile
      form-factors
    - Fix LP: #1400372 - Keyboard re-appears in webbrowser after dismissing
    - Fix LP: #1429135 - webbrowser-app crashed with SIGSEGV in
      XQueryExtension() on Unity 8 desktop
    - Fix LP: #1411159 - Proper fix for shutdown crash in
      content::GpuChannelHost::Send, removing the workaround from the 1.5
      branch
    - Fix LP: #1277659 - Add WebContext.maxCacheSizeHint property, to allow
      applications some control over the network cache size
    - Fix LP: #1427882 - TextureRefHolder will crash if the context is lost
    - Fix LP: #1430478 - Disable the GPU shader cache. Its memory footprint
      makes it inappropriate on mobile devices and it writes the cache to the
      current working directory if WebContext.dataPath isn't set
    - Set the pulse audio media role so that audio output can take part in
      pulse-level stream arbitration
    - Disable webcore debug symbols and link with --no-keep-files-mapped
      on native x86 builds because of linker OOM
    - Add OXIDE_ENABLE_GPU_DEBUGGING environment variable, which corresponds
      to --enable-gpu-debugging in Chrome
    - Fix renderer crash in debug builds when location bar height is set to
      zero
    - Remove a spurious DCHECK that fires sometimes when a render process dies
    - Add resources and strings required for built-in webui (eg, chrome://gpu/)
    - Add OXIDE_ENABLE_GPU_SERVICE_LOGGING environment variable, which
      corresponds to --enable-gpu-service-logging in Chrome
    - Miscellaneous fixes for media-hub audio playback
    - Use base::ThreadRestrictions::ScopedAllowIO when constructing
      net::HttpCache, as that makes use of base::CPU which does IO on Arm.
      Fixes a debug-mode startup abort
    - Various component build fixes
    - Don't statically link base in to oxide-renderer just to call
      SetReleaseFreeMemoryFunction. Instead, expose an API from oxide-core to
      allow oxide-renderer to call this without pulling in its own copy of base
    - Only disable use of EGL_EXT_create_context_robustness and
      GLX_ARB_create_context_robustness when the application provides a share
      context that hasn't been created with these extensions
    - Add OXIDE_DISABLE_GPU_DRIVER_BUG_WORKAROUNDS environment variable
    - Drop support for building with Qt < 5.2
    - Use net::URLRequest::IsHandledProtocol for checking if a scheme is
      builtin
    - Refactor how the GL implementation is selected, simplifying the code.
      Also add OXIDE_DISABLE_GPU and OXIDE_DISABLE_GPU_COMPOSITING environment
      variables for disabling all GPU features or GPU compositing respectively
    - Fix LP: #1446864 - OxideQQuickScriptMessage::reply doesn't work with
      Qt 5.4
 -- Chris Coulson <email address hidden>   Wed, 15 Apr 2015 12:51:24 +0100

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Chris Coulson on 2015-04-23
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liboxideqt-qmlplugin: Web browser engine for Qt (QML plugin)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides the QML plugin required to run QML applications with
 Oxide

liboxideqtcore0: Web browser engine for Qt (core library and components)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides the core library, sandbox, renderer and support
 files required to run applications with Oxide

liboxideqtquick0: Web browser engine for Qt (QtQuick library)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides the QtQuick library required to run QML applications
 with Oxide

oxideqmlscene: Web browser engine library for Qt (QML application runner)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Google Chromium, that makes
 it easy to embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides an application runner which is similar to qmlscene,
 required to run QML applications with Oxide if you require support for
 accelerated compositing

oxideqt-chromedriver: Web browser engine for Qt (transitional package)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This is a transitional package to make upgrades work correctly, and can be
 safely removed

oxideqt-codecs: Web browser engine for Qt (codecs)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides some media codecs needed for the HTML5 <audio> and
 <video> tags. Included are the free Theora, Vorbis, Opus, VP8 and VP9
 codecs

oxideqt-codecs-dbg: Web browser engine for Qt (Debug symbols)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides the debugging symbols for Oxide

oxideqt-codecs-extra: Web browser engine for Qt (codecs)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides some media codecs needed for the HTML5 <audio> and
 <video> tags. Included are the Theora, Vorbis, Opus, VP8, VP9, MP3, AAC
 and H.264 codecs

oxideqt-codecs-extra-dbg: Web browser engine for Qt (Debug symbols)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides the debugging symbols for Oxide

oxideqt-dbg: Web browser engine for Qt (Debug symbols)

 Oxide is a web browser engine library based on Chromium that makes it easy to
 embed web content in your Qt application
 .
 This package provides the debugging symbols for Oxide