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“wmaker” 0.92.0-7ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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wmaker (0.92.0-7ubuntu1) hardy; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable. (LP: #186305) Remaining Ubuntu changes:
    - debian/control:
      + Replaced all occurances of libungif4-dev with libgif-dev
  * Fixing the maintainer field added in a bad way to revision
    0.92.0-6.1ubuntu1

 -- Stefan Ebner <email address hidden>   Sun, 27 Jan 2008 12:32:15 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Stefan Ebner on 2008-02-01
Sponsored by:
Siegfried Gevatter
Uploaded to:
Hardy
Original maintainer:
MOTU
Component:
universe
Architectures:
any
Section:
x11
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Hardy release on 2008-02-01 universe x11

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wmaker_0.92.0.orig.tar.gz 2.6 MiB 678cb4a9b22a557cfb524dc3cb457c08
wmaker_0.92.0-7ubuntu1.diff.gz 616.9 KiB 9654b269226faf311f4d2121a79024a2
wmaker_0.92.0-7ubuntu1.dsc 964 bytes e7f77618704469dd98ea5a3ef103b31f

Binary packages built by this source

libwings-dev: Window Maker's own widget set

 WINGs Is Not GNUstep (WINGs) is a small widget set with the NeXTSTEP
 look and feel. Its API is inspired in OpenSTEP and its
 implementation borrows some ideas from Tk. It has a reasonable set of
 widgets, sufficient for building small applications like a CDPlayer
 or hacking something like rxvt. It is used for basic widgets in
 the WindowMaker window manager.

libwmaker0-dev: Static libraries and headers for Window Maker applications

 Contains libWMaker and header files, for building Window Maker aware
 applications.

libwraster3: Shared libraries of Window Maker rasterizer

 Contains libwraster, for manipulating and rasterizing images.

libwraster3-dev: Static libraries and headers of Window Maker rasterizer

 Contains libwraster and header files, for manipulating and
 rasterizing images.

wmaker: NeXTSTEP-like window manager for X

 Written by Alfredo Kojima almost from scratch, resembles the NeXTStep look
 very closely, and it is now an official GNU project. Window Maker is not
 overloaded with features, and it is easier to configure than most other window
 managers. Its final goal is to produce a window manager that doesn't require
 editing of configuration files. Window Maker is fast and doesn't require tons
 of memory to run.
 .
  Homepage: http://www.windowmaker.info/