webkitgtk 2.3.1-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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webkitgtk (2.3.1-1ubuntu1) trusty; urgency=low

  * Resynchronise on Debian.
  * Disable Wayland backend as this requires GTK3 >= 3.10 which we don't have
    yet. We should be able to enable this again once we do.

webkitgtk (2.3.1-1) experimental; urgency=low

  [ Michael Biebl ]
  * debian/rules:
    + Replace another occurence of findstring with filter.

  [ Emilio Pozuelo Monfort ]
  * debian/watch,
    debian/gbp.conf:
    + Update for 2.3 packages in experimental.
  * New upstream development release.
    + Re-enables MathML support. Closes: #649067.
  * debian/control,
    debian/rules:
    + Enable wayland support on linux.
  * debian/rules:
    + Use gcc / g++ 4.8 instead of 4.7. We should just be using the
      default here but some architectures are still defaulting to 4.6.
  * debian/patches/01_do-not-build-testing-tools.patch:
    + Removed, no longer needed.
  * debian/patches:
    + Refreshed.
  * debian/patches/50_bsd-hurd-build-fix.patch:
    + Fix the build on !linux.
  * debian/patches/60_add-missing-include.patch:
    + Patch from upstream bugzilla, fix another build issue.
  * debian/patches/61_add-another-missing-include.patch:
    + Another missing include, patch from upstream bugzilla.
  * debian/patches/40_hppa_platform_h.patch:
    + WTF_CPU_HPPA was already being defined, so only define the missing
      remaining bits.
    + Don't disable YARR, JIT and MacroAssembler here, this is a more general
      problem as explained in https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=113638
      and we already disable those in debian/rules.
  * debian/patches/70_Add-stubs-for-missing-symbols-in-dom-bindings.patch:
    + New patch, add stubs for a few missing symbols in the DOM bindings
      which are gone because the underlying objects have been removed.
  * debian/libwebkitgtk-1.0-0.symbols,
    debian/libwebkitgtk-3.0-0.symbols,
    debian/libwebkit2gtk-3.0-25.symbols:
    + Updated for the new symbols.
  * debian/source/lintian-overrides:
    + Override license-problem-json-evil, the file is mentioning the original
      implementation's license but doesn't actually have that license.
    + Drop an old override.
 -- Iain Lane <email address hidden>   Wed, 13 Nov 2013 18:03:08 +0000

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 high-throughput optimizing JIT (FTL).
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 This build comes from the GTK+ port of WebKit (API version 3.0).
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 This package contains the shared libraries.

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 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
 supports DOM, XMLHttpRequest, XSLT, CSS, JavaScript/ECMAScript and more.
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 support a split process model, where the web content lives in a
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 This build comes from the GTK+ port of WebKit (API version 3.0).
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 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 .
 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 used primarily in Apple's Safari browser. It is made to be embedded in
 other applications, such as mail readers, or web browsers.
 .
 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 .
 This build comes from the GTK+ port of WebKit (API version 3.0).
 .
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 used primarily in Apple's Safari browser. It is made to be embedded in
 other applications, such as mail readers, or web browsers.
 .
 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 .
 This build comes from the GTK+ port of WebKit (API version 3.0).
 .
 This package provides the debugging symbols.

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 used primarily in Apple's Safari browser. It is made to be embedded in
 other applications, such as mail readers, or web browsers.
 .
 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 WebKit is a web content engine, derived from KHTML and KJS from KDE, and
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 other applications, such as mail readers, or web browsers.
 .
 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
 supports DOM, XMLHttpRequest, XSLT, CSS, JavaScript/ECMAScript and more.
 .
 This build comes from the GTK+ port of WebKit (API version 3.0).
 .
 This package contains the development files.

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 .
 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 .
 This build comes from the GTK+ port of WebKit (API version 3.0).
 .
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libwebkitgtk-dev: Web content engine library for GTK+ - development files

 WebKit is a web content engine, derived from KHTML and KJS from KDE, and
 used primarily in Apple's Safari browser. It is made to be embedded in
 other applications, such as mail readers, or web browsers.
 .
 It is able to display content such as HTML, SVG, XML, and others. It also
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 .
 This build comes from the GTK+ port of WebKit (API version 1.0).
 .
 This package contains the development files.