snapd 1.9.4 source package in Ubuntu

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snapd (1.9.4) xenial; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release:
    - etc: fix desktop file location
    - overlord/snapstate: stop an update once download sees the revision
      is already installed
    - overlord: make SnapState.DevMode a method, store flags
    - snappy: no more snapYaml in snappy.Snap
    - daemon,cmd,dirs,lockfile: drop all lockfiles
    - debian: use sudo in setup of the proxy environment
    - snap/snapenv,snappy,systemd: expose SNAP_REVISION to app
      environment
    - snap: validate similarly to what we did with old snapYaml info
      from squashfs snaps
    - daemon,store: plug in authentication for store search/details
    - overlord/snapstate: fix JSON name of SnapState.Candidate
    - overlord/snapstate: start using revisions higher than 100000 for
      local installs (sideloads)
    - interfaces,overlorf/ifacestate: honor user choice and don't auto-
      connect disconnected plugs
    - overlord/auth,daemon,client: hide user ids again
    - daemon,overlord/snapstate: back /snaps (and so snap list) using
      state
    - daemon,client,overlord/auth: rework state auth data
    - overlord/snapstate: disable Activate and Deactivate
    - debian: fix silly typo in autopkgtest setup
    - overlord/ifacestate: remove connection state with discard-conns
      task, on the removal of last snap
    - daemon,client: rename API update action to refresh
    - cmd/snap: rework login to be more resilient
    - overlord/snapstate: deny two changes on one snap
    - snappy: fix crash on certain snap.yaml
    - systemd: use native systemctl enable instead of our own
      implementation
    - store: add workaround for misbehaving store
    - debian: make autopkgtest use the right env vars
    - state: log do/undo status too when a task is run
    - docs: update rest.md with price information
    - daemon: only include price property if the snap is non-free
    - daemon, client, cmd/snap: connect/disconnect now async
    - snap,snappy: allow snaps to require system features
    - integration-tests: fix report of skips in SetUpTest method
    - snappy: clean out major bits (still using Installed) now
      unreferenced as cmd/snappy is gone
    - daemon/api,overlord/auth: add helper to get UserState from a
      client request

 -- Michael Vogt <email address hidden>  Fri, 15 Apr 2016 23:30:00 +0200

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Michael Vogt on 2016-04-15
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 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

snapd: Daemon and tooling that enable snap packages

 Install, configure, refresh and remove snap packages. Snaps are
 '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.

snapd-dbgsym: debug symbols for package snapd

 Install, configure, refresh and remove snap packages. Snaps are
 '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.

ubuntu-core-snapd-units: transitional dummy package

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

ubuntu-snappy: transitional dummy package

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.

ubuntu-snappy-cli: transitional dummy package

 This is a transitional dummy package. It can safely be removed.