xkeyboard-config 2.5-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu
xkeyboard-config (2.5-1ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low * Merge from Debian experimental. Remaining Ubuntu changes: + rules, xkb-data-i18n.install, xkb-data.install: Split out xkb-data-i18n to be used by console-setup. + 105_intelligent_keyboard.patch: Add support for the Intelligent Keyboard K04 + 108_fix_intltool_make_check.diff: Fix make check in the presence of the quilt patch system. + xkb-data.postinst.in: Migrate console-setup/keyboard-configuration settings from dvorak-intl to dvorak-alt-intl to match rename in xkeyboard-config 1.9. (LP: 742683) * xkb-data.install: Add missing directories (man, pkgconfig). * xkb-data.postinst: Remove the xkb cache to make sure it gets regenerated. xkeyboard-config (2.5-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release, including: - Hide ClearGrab/CloseGrabs actions behind an option. * To get those actions back, use the grab:break_actions option. At the moment, the corresponding actionve has been disabled on the server side as a hot fix for CVE-2012-0064 (Closes: #656500). * Since there's a workaround on the server side already, do not use a high urgency, so that this new upstream release and its various changes can be tested for a while in unstable. * Update URL in watch file. * Add xsltproc, xutils-dev build-deps. * Keep /usr/share/man out of the udeb, due to a newly-added manpage. xkeyboard-config (2.3-2) unstable; urgency=low * Upload to unstable, for GNOME3 (Closes: #652871). * Adapt dh_autoreconf override since its behaviour changed. xkeyboard-config (2.3-1ubuntu3) precise; urgency=low * debian/patches/101_disable_ungrab_keys_by_default.diff: - Cherry pick from upstream. Don't bind the ClearGrab/CloseGrab keys by default - these allow bypassing of screensavers' screenlocks. -- Timo Aaltonen <email address hidden> Tue, 24 Jan 2012 00:35:43 +0200
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Binary packages built by this source
- xkb-data: X Keyboard Extension (XKB) configuration data
This package contains configuration data used by the X Keyboard
Extension (XKB), which allows selection of keyboard layouts when
using a graphical interface.
Every X11 vendor provides its own XKB data files, so keyboard layout
designers have to send their layouts to several places. The
xkeyboard-config project has been launched at FreeDesktop in order
to provide a central repository that could be used by all vendors.
- xkb-data-i18n: X Keyboard Extension (XKB) configuration data translations
This package contains translations used by xkb-data. Users should
not install this package.
- xkb-data-udeb: X Keyboard Extension (XKB) configuration data
This is a udeb, or a microdeb, for the debian-installer.