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lp:ubuntu/natty/gnupg bug 2 Mature 2011-02-22 11:17:27 UTC 2011-02-22
35. * Resynchronise with Debian (LP: #720...

Author: Rico Tzschichholz
Revision Date: 2011-02-22 11:00:25 UTC

* Resynchronise with Debian (LP: #720905). Remaining changes:
  - Disable mlock() test since it fails with ulimit 0 (on buildds).
  - Set gpg (or gpg2) and gpgsm to use a passphrase agent by default.
  - Fix udeb build failure on powerpc, building with -O2 instead of -Os.
  - Only suggest gnupg-curl and libldap; recommendations are pulled into
    minimal, and we don't need the keyserver utilities in a minimal Ubuntu
    system.
* debian/{control,rules}: Remove the Win32 build (and mingw32
  build-dependency), since mingw32 is in universe, and will remain so for
  the forseeable future.

lp:ubuntu/natty-proposed/gnupg 2 Mature 2012-08-21 17:06:04 UTC 2012-08-21
36. debian/patches/long-keyids.dpatch: Us...

Author: Marc Deslauriers
Revision Date: 2012-08-14 08:37:40 UTC

debian/patches/long-keyids.dpatch: Use the longest key ID available
when requesting a key from a key server.

lp:ubuntu/natty-security/gnupg 2 Mature 2012-09-17 14:51:46 UTC 2012-09-17
36. debian/patches/long-keyids.dpatch: Us...

Author: Marc Deslauriers
Revision Date: 2012-08-14 08:37:40 UTC

debian/patches/long-keyids.dpatch: Use the longest key ID available
when requesting a key from a key server.

lp:ubuntu/natty-updates/gnupg 2 Mature 2012-09-17 14:51:53 UTC 2012-09-17
36. debian/patches/long-keyids.dpatch: Us...

Author: Marc Deslauriers
Revision Date: 2012-08-14 08:37:40 UTC

debian/patches/long-keyids.dpatch: Use the longest key ID available
when requesting a key from a key server.

lp:~ricotz/ubuntu/natty/gnupg/natty bug(Has a merge proposal) 1 Development 2011-02-22 09:55:02 UTC 2011-02-22
36. * debian/{control,rules}: Remove the ...

Author: Rico Tzschichholz
Revision Date: 2011-02-22 09:55:02 UTC

* debian/{control,rules}: Remove the Win32 build (and mingw32
  build-dependency), since mingw32 is in universe, and will remain so for
  the forseeable future.

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