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“unity-2d” 5.12.0-0ubuntu1.1 source package in Ubuntu

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unity-2d (5.12.0-0ubuntu1.1) precise-security; urgency=low

  * Fix issue with unity-2d sending the wrong event timestamp when closing an
    application window; This bug was exposed by a recent Firefox update which
    changed the way Firefox handled windows based on timestamps. (LP: #1010466)
    - panel/applets/appname/windowhelper.cpp
 -- Lukasz 'sil2100' Zemczak <email address hidden>   Wed, 13 Jun 2012 17:36:33 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Łukasz Zemczak on 2012-06-13
Sponsored by:
Micah Gersten
Uploaded to:
Precise
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Component:
main
Architectures:
any all
Section:
x11
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libunity-2d-private-dev: Unity 2D shared library - development files

 This library is used to host common code used by several Unity 2D components
 It is only used internally, there is no use case for it outside of the unity-2d
 project.
 .
 This package contains the development header files.

libunity-2d-private0: Unity 2D shared library

 This library is used to host common code used by several Unity 2D components
 It is only used internally, there is no use case for it outside of the unity-2d
 project.

unity-2d: Unity interface for non-accelerated graphics cards

 The Unity 2D interface installs a fully usable 2D session and provides the
 common configuration files and defaults. Installing this package will
 offer a session called Unity 2D in your login manager.
 .
 Unity 2D is designed to run smoothly without any graphics acceleration.
 .
 This metapackage will install all required unity-2d components.

unity-2d-common: Common files for Unity 2D Shell

 This is part of Unity 2D and contains the common files needed by multiple
 components of it.

unity-2d-dbg: Debugging symbols for unity-2d

 The Unity 2D interface installs a fully usable 2D session and provides the
 common configuration files and defaults. Installing this package will
 offer a session called Unity 2D in your login manager.
 .
 Unity 2D is designed to run smoothly without any graphics acceleration.
 .
 This package contains the debugging symbols for giblib1.

unity-2d-launcher: Transitional package for unity-2d-launcher

 This is a transitional package for unity-2d-launcher, and can be safely removed
 after the installation is complete.

unity-2d-panel: Unity 2D Panel

 The Unity 2D panel displays a top panel containing the application menu and
 various indicators. It is part of Unity 2D and can not run as a standalone
 application outside of the Unity 2D environment.

unity-2d-places: Transitional package for unity-2d-places

 This is a transitional package for unity-2d-places, and can be safely removed
 after the installation is complete.

unity-2d-shell: Dash and Launcher for the Unity 2D environment

 This is part of Unity 2D and can not run as a standalone application outside
 of the Unity 2D environment. The components included are:
 * Dash: an overlay over the desktop to provide quick access to
         various categories of applications.
 * Launcher: displays in a panel at the left of the screen a list of running
             and favorite applications as well as highlighting their
             notifications.

unity-2d-spread: Unity 2D Spread

 The Unity 2D spread allows you to display a quick thumbnailed view of open
 windows so you can quickly and effectively choose which one you want to
 switch to. It is part of Unity 2D and can not run as a standalone application
 outside of the Unity 2D environment.