xarchiver 1:0.5.2+20090319+dfsg-4 source package in Ubuntu


xarchiver (1:0.5.2+20090319+dfsg-4) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Daniel Baumann ]
  * Updating and sorting depends.
  * Updating package to standards version 3.8.3.
  * Removing vcs fields.

  [ Christian Hübschi ]
  * New maintainer.

xarchiver (1:0.5.2+20090319+dfsg-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Correcting error from previous upload where inproper passing of
    extraflags to the dh_auto_configure call in minizied rules leads to
    wrong location of the tap file (Closes: #539305).

xarchiver (1:0.5.2+20090319+dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Using correct rfc-2822 date formats in changelog.
  * Updating package to standards version 3.8.2.
  * Adding missing semicolons in mime file (Closes: #527347).
  * Checking for extractors, not compressors in mime file (Closes:
  * Dropping useless versions from build-depends.
  * Minimizing rules file.
  * Rediffing html-icon.patch.
 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Fri,  06 Nov 2009 10:40:40 +0000

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Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync on 2009-11-06
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Original maintainer:
Christian Hübschi
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Precise release on 2011-10-13 universe x11
Lucid release on 2009-11-06 universe x11


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xarchiver: GTK+ frontend for most used compression formats

 Xarchiver is a Desktop Environment independent GTK+ 2 frontend for manipulating
 7z, arj, bzip2, gzip, rar, tar, zip, and RPM files. It allows you to create
 archives and add, extract, and delete files from them. Password protected
 archives in the arj, 7z, rar, and zip formats are supported.
 Xarchiver uses library package routines, if available. If you need even more
 package formats, try xarchive which uses shell scripts.