seamonkey 2.0.4+nobinonly-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


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/
    - add debian/mozclient/
    - add debian/mozclient/seamonkey.conf
    - add debian/mozclient/
    - 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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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.