trac-accountmanager 0.2.1+r7163-1 source package in Ubuntu


trac-accountmanager (0.2.1+r7163-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * new upstream checkout
  * convert to "3.0 (quilt)"
  * debian/{control,rules}: migrate to python-support (closes: #555487)
  * debian/{compat,control}: bump to dh 7
  * debian/rules: replace dh_clean with dh_prep on build
  * debian/patches: adapt to new upstream
  * debian/watch: fix download mangle

trac-accountmanager (0.2.1+r5836-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/patches: add patch to fix infinite loop on login 
    (closes: #537360)
  * debian/control: add quilt build-dep
  * debian/rules: fix the clean target's recursive removal of dirs
    (spotted by Thorvald Natvig)
  * debian/README.source: fix typo (also Thorvald Natvig's work)

trac-accountmanager (0.2.1+r5836-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * new upstream checkout
  * debian/changelog: change versioning scheme to use SVN revision 
    instead of date; makes the watch file possible
  * debian/watch: added
  * debian/README.source: added to explain the strange versioning scheme
  * debian/control:
    - bump policy to 3.8.3 (no changes)
    - change hard-coded dep: python-setuptools -> python-pkg-resources
      (closes: #546423)
 -- Alessio Treglia <email address hidden>   Mon,  11 Jan 2010 05:33:18 +0000

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Alessio Treglia on 2010-01-11
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Original maintainer:
Leo Antunes
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Lucid release on 2010-01-11 universe python


Lucid: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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trac-accountmanager_0.2.1+r7163-1.dsc 1.4 KiB b6434745da4df71b51b3ce33db321654

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trac-accountmanager: account management plugin for Trac

 Offers several features for managing user accounts on Trac:
  - allow users to register new accounts
  - login via an HTML form instead of using HTTP authentication
  - allow existing users to change their passwords or delete their accounts