seamonkey 2.0.4+nobinonly-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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seamonkey (2.0.4+nobinonly-0ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low

  * New upstream release v2.0.4 (SEAMONKEY_2_0_4_RELEASE) (LP: #461864)

  [ Fabien Tassin <email address hidden> ]
  * Add conditional support for system Cairo, NSS, NSPR
    - update debian/rules
  * Update icons from xpm to png
    - update debian/seamonkey-*.{install,links,menu}
  * We no longer need dynamic -lsoftokn, disable NSS_DYNAMIC_SOFTOKN
    - add debian/patches/no_dynamic_nss_softokn.patch
    - update debian/patches/series

  [ Micah Gersten <email address hidden> ]
  * Use versioned install directory
    - update debian/rules
  * Bump minimum versions of system libs; cairo to 1.8.8; NSPR to 4.8;
    NSS to 3.12.6
    - update debian/rules
  * Update .install files for latest release
    - update debian/seamonkey-browser.install
    - update debian/seamonkey-mailnews.install
  * Refresh patches
    - update debian/patches/cleaner_dist_clean.patch
    - update debian/patches/fix_installer.patch
    - update debian/patches/seamonkey-fsh.patch
  * Drop cairo FTBFS patch after upstream landing
    - drop debian/patches/fix_ftbfs_with_cairo_fb.patch
    - update debian/series
  * Install gnome components in -browser package so that it works out of the box
    - update debian/seamonkey-browser.install
    - update debian/control
    - update debian/rules
  * Move mozclient to be in source
    - add debian/mozclient/compare.mk
    - add debian/mozclient/seamonkey-remove.binonly.sh
    - add debian/mozclient/seamonkey.conf
    - add debian/mozclient/seamonkey.mk
    - update debian/rules

  [ Chris Coulson <email address hidden> ]
  * Ensure the symlinks are installed correctly. File name expansion
    doesn't work in the .links files, so call dh_link explicitly in
    debian/rules instead
    - drop debian/seamonkey-browser.links
    - drop debian/seamonkey-mailnews.links
    - update debian/rules
  * Only the seamonkey-gnome-support package should have dependencies on GNOME
    libraries - ensure that seamonkey-browser doesn't have the GNOME components
    installed when dh_shlibdeps is run
    - update debian/rules
    - update debian/seamonkey-browser.install
 -- Micah Gersten <email address hidden>   Mon, 26 Apr 2010 14:30:57 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Micah Gersten on 2010-04-27
Sponsored by:
Chris Coulson
Uploaded to:
Lucid
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu-Mozilla-Team
Component:
universe
Architectures:
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Section:
net
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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seamonkey: The Seamonkey Internet Suite

 The Seamonkey Internet Suite is a set of Internet oriented applications.
 It is the continuity of the Mozilla Suite after it has been abandoned
 in favor of Firefox and Thunderbird.
 .
 The Seamonkey Internet Suite consists of:
  - an Internet browser (Seamonkey Navigator)
  - an HTML WYSIWYG editor (Seamonkey Composer)
  - a Mail and News client (Seamonkey Mail & Newsgroups)
  - an Address Book (Seamonkey Address Book)
  - an IRC client (Chatzilla)
 .
 This is a meta package that depends on the main components of this suite.
 It is here to ease upgrades, installations, and provide a consistent upgrade
 path from previous versions.
 .
 It can safely be removed with no ill effects.

seamonkey-browser: Seamonkey Navigator (Internet browser) and Composer

 Seamonkey Navigator is a sophisticated graphical World-Wide-Web browser, with
 a large number of various browser features like support for HTML 4.0, CSS
 2, JavaScript, etc. It also features tabbed browsing, popup blocking, and
 many others options.
 .
 Seamonkey Composer is a WYSIWIG HTML editor that lets you modify arbitrary
 HTML pages. It provides dynamic image and table resizing, quick insert
 and delete of table cells, and supports CSS and positioned layers.
 .
 See the 'seamonkey' package for more information on the Seamonkey Internet Suite.

seamonkey-chatzilla: Seamonkey Chatzilla IRC client

 Chatzilla is a full featured IRC client integrated with the Seamonkey
 Internet Suite. It is scriptable, and supports what most people would
 expect from an IRC client.
 .
 See the 'seamonkey' package for more information on the Seamonkey Internet Suite.

seamonkey-dbg: Debugging symbols for the Seamonkey Internet Suite

 This package provides the debugging symbols for the Seamonkey Internet Suite
 programs. Install this package if you need to debug such a program or if
 you need a useful backtrace of a crash.
 .
 See the 'seamonkey' package for more information on the Seamonkey Internet Suite.

seamonkey-dom-inspector: DOM inspector for the Seamonkey Internet Suite

 This is a tool that allows you to inspect the DOM for web pages in the
 Seamonkey Navigator.
 .
 It also allows you to inspect the DOM for the Seamonkey User Interface itself
 and helps for extensions development.

seamonkey-gnome-support: Gnome Depends for the Seamonkey Internet Suite

 This is an empty package to pull in the Gnome Depends for Seamonkey.
 .
 See the 'seamonkey' package for more information on the Seamonkey Internet Suite.

seamonkey-mailnews: Seamonkey Mail & Newsgroups and Address Book

 Seamonkey Mail & Newsgroups client supports NNTP Newsgroups and IMAP/POP Mail.
 It has a full variety of features such as multiple accounts, labels,
 adaptive junk mail control, S/MIME, digital signing.
 .
 Seamonkey Address Book adds address book management to the Seamonkey Mail &
 Newsgroups client. It supports LDAP, vCards...
 .
 See the 'seamonkey' package for more information on the Seamonkey Internet Suite.