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“pidgin” 1:2.4.3-0ubuntu1~hardy1 source package in Ubuntu

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pidgin (1:2.4.3-0ubuntu1~hardy1) hardy-backports; urgency=low

  * Automated backport upload; no source changes.

pidgin (1:2.4.3-0ubuntu1) intrepid; urgency=low

  * New upstream version:
    - can connect to the icq server (lp: #244591)
  * debian/control,
    debian/rules:
    - build-depends on libsilc which is in main now (lp: #44728)
  * debian/patches/16_yahoo_icon_crash.patch:
    - updated, some of the changes are in the new version

pidgin (1:2.4.2-2ubuntu2) intrepid; urgency=low

  * Add 75_occured-occurred.patch (LP: #217916)
    - Replaces "occured" with "occurred"

pidgin (1:2.4.2-2ubuntu1) intrepid; urgency=low

  * Sync with Debian, remaining Ubuntu changes; (LP: #233845)
    - debian/control:
      + Set Maintainer to Ubuntu Core Developers.
      + Add Build-Deps on liblaunchpad-integration-dev, intltool
      + Drop Build-Deps on libsilc-1.1-2-dev | libsilc-dev (>= 1.1.1) as
        this library is in universe.
      + Drop the libpurple0 recommends on libpurple-bin
    - debian/rules:
      + Pass --disable-silc to configure to disable silc support even if
        it's installed in the build environment.
      + Add X-Ubuntu-Gettext-Domain to the desktop file and update the
        translation templates in common-install-impl::.
    - Update debian/prefs.xml to set the notify plugin prefs
      /plugins/gtk/X11/notify/* and set /pidgin/plugins/loaded to load
      the notify plugin
    - debian/patches:
      + 02_lpi for LP integration
      + 04_let_crasher_for_apport to stop catching the SIGSEGV signal
        and let apport handle it
      + 05_default_to_irc_ubuntu_com to set the default IRC
        server to irc.ubuntu.com.
      + 70_autoconf patch
  * debian/libpurple0.symbols:
    - Added epoch to symbols

 -- SpecialK <email address hidden>   Fri, 04 Jul 2008 09:13:55 +0100

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Uploaded by:
SpecialK on 2008-07-04
Uploaded to:
Hardy
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Core Development Team
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
net
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

finch: text-based multi-protocol instant messaging client

 Finch is a text/console-based, modular instant messaging client capable of
 using AIM/ICQ, Yahoo!, MSN, IRC, Jabber, Napster, Zephyr, Gadu-Gadu, Bonjour,
 Groupwise, Sametime, SILC, and SIMPLE all at once.
 .
 Some extra packages are recommended to use the core functionality present
 in most finch installations:
  * gstreamer0.10-plugins-base, gstreamer0.10-plugins-good
    - Sound support.

finch-dev: text-based multi-protocol instant messaging client - development

 This package contains the headers and other development files not included in
 the main finch package. Install this if you wish to compile your own plugins,
 or would like to compile programs that use the libgnt library.

libpurple-bin: multi-protocol instant messaging library - extra utilities

 This package contains the utilities not included in the main libpurple0
 package. Currently included are: purple-remote, purple-send,
 purple-send-async, and purple-url-handler

libpurple-dev: multi-protocol instant messaging library - development files

 This package contains the headers and other development files not included in
 the main libpurple0 package. Install this if you wish to compile your own
 client-agnostic plugins, or would like to compile programs that use
 libpurple.

libpurple0: multi-protocol instant messaging library

 libpurple is a library intended to be used by programmers seeking
 to write an IM client that connects to many IM networks.
 Currently supported are: AIM/ICQ, Yahoo!, MSN, IRC, Jabber, Napster, Zephyr,
 Gadu-Gadu, Bonjour, Groupwise, Sametime, SILC, and SIMPLE.
 .
 Some extra packages are suggested to use increased functionality:
  * tcl8.4, tk8.4:
    - Support for writing plugins with Tcl/Tk

pidgin: graphical multi-protocol instant messaging client for X

 Pidgin is a graphical, modular Instant Messaging client capable of using
 AIM/ICQ, Yahoo!, MSN, IRC, Jabber, Napster, Zephyr, Gadu-Gadu, Bonjour,
 Groupwise, Sametime, SILC, and SIMPLE all at once.
 .
 Some extra packages are recommended to use the core functionality present
 in most pidgin installations:
  * gstreamer0.10-plugins-base, gstreamer0.10-plugins-good
    - Sound support.
 .
 More extra packages are suggested to use increased functionality:
  * gnome-panel | kicker | docker:
    - To use the system tray icon functionality (minimizing to an icon, having
      the icon blink when there are new messages, etc.)
  * evolution-data-server:
    - For interfacing with an Evolution address book
  * libsqlite3-0:
    - To use Contact Availability Prediction plugin

pidgin-data: multi-protocol instant messaging client - data files

 This package contains architecture-independent supporting data files
 required for use with pidgin, such as documentation, icons, translations,
 and sounds.

pidgin-dbg: Debugging symbols for Pidgin

 This package includes the debugging symbols useful for debugging Pidgin
 and its plugins, contained in the pidgin package. The debugging symbols are
 used for execution tracing and core dump analysis.

pidgin-dev: multi-protocol instant messaging client - development files

 This package contains the headers and other development files not included in
 the main pidgin package. Install this if you wish to compile your own plugins.
 .
 If you are creating a pidgin plugin package, please be sure to read
 /usr/share/doc/pidgin-dev/README.Debian.dev after installing pidgin-dev.