snapd 1.9.3 source package in Ubuntu

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snapd (1.9.3) xenial; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release:
    - many: prepare for opengl support on classic
    - interfaces/apparmor: load all apparmor profiles on snap setup
    - daemon,client: move async resource to change in meta
    - debian: disable autopilot
    - snap: add basic progress reporting
    - client,cmd,daemon,snap,store: show the price of snaps in the cli
    - state: add minimal taskrunner logging
    - daemon,snap,overlord/snapstate: in the API get the snap icon using
      state
    - client,daemon,overlord: don't guess snap file vs. name
    - overlord/ifacestate: reload snap connections when setting up
      security for a given snap
    - snappy: remove cmd/snappy (superseded in favour of cmd/snap)
    - interfaecs/apparmor: remove all traces of old-security from
      apparmor backend
    - interfaces/builtin: add bluez interface
    - overlord/ifacestate: don't crash if connection cannot be reloaded
    - debian: add searchSuite to autopkgtest
    - client, daemon, cmd/snap: no more tasks; everything is changes
    - client: send authorization header in client requests
    - client, daemon: marshal suggested currency over REST
    - docs, snap: enumerate snap types correctly in docs and comments
    - many: add store authenticator parameter
    - overlord/ifacestate,daemon: setup security on conect and
      disconnect
    - interfaces/apparmor: remove unused apparmor variables
    - snapstate: add missing "TaskProgressAdapter.Write()" for working
      progress reporting
    - many: clean out snap config related code not for OS
    - daemon,client,cmd: return snap list from /v2/snaps
    - docs: update `/v2/snaps` endpoint documentation
    - interfaces: rename developerMode to devMode
    - daemon,client,overlord: progress current => done
    - daemon,client,cmd/snap: move query metadata to top-level doc
    - interfaces: add TestSecurityBackend
    - many: replace typographic quotes with ASCII
    - client, daemon: rework rest changes to export "ready" and "err"
    - overlord/snapstate,snap,store: track snap-id in side-info and
      therefore in state
    - daemon: improve mocking  of interfaces API tests
    - integration-tests: remove origins in default snap names for udf
      call
    - integration-test: use "snap list" in GetCurrentVersion
    - many: almost no more NewInstalledSnap reading manifest from
      snapstate and backend
    - daemon: auto install ubuntu-core if missing
    - oauth,store: remove OAuth authentication logic
    - overlord/ifacestate: simplify some tests with implicit manager
      initalization
    - store, snappy: move away from hitting details directly
    - overlord/ifacestate: reload connections when restarting the
      manager
    - overlord/ifacestate: increase flexibility of unit tests
    - overlord: use state to discover all installed snaps
    - overlord/ifacestate: track connections in the state
    - many: separate copy-data from unlinking of current snap
    - overlord/auth,store/auth: add macaroon authenticator to UserState
    - client: support for /v2/changes and /v2/changes/{id}
    - daemon/api,overlord/auth: rework authenticated users information
      in state

 -- Michael Vogt <email address hidden>  Thu, 14 Apr 2016 23:29:43 +0200

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Michael Vogt on 2016-04-14
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 'universal' packages that work across many different Linux systems,
 enabling secure distribution of the latest apps and utilities for
 cloud, servers, desktops and the internet of things.
 .
 Start with 'snap list' to see installed snaps.

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