Created by Peter Pearse on 2011-04-04 and last modified on 2011-04-04
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13. By Peter Pearse on 2011-04-04

Use target strip for cross builds.

12. By Steve Langasek on 2011-03-17

run update-maintainer

11. By Steve Langasek on 2011-03-17

releasing version 1.8.3-9ubuntu1

10. By Steve Langasek on 2011-03-17

build for multiarch

9. By Anibal Monsalve Salazar on 2009-11-21

* Update upstream homepage address
* Avoid entering an infinite loop reading a file
  Patch by Sandro Serafini
  Closes: 511250

8. By Anibal Monsalve Salazar on 2009-11-07

Build depend on quilt

7. By Anibal Monsalve Salazar on 2009-10-12

[ Sylvain Beucler <email address hidden> ]

* Non-maintainer upload.
* Replace obsoleted automake1.4 with automake; gdbm does not use
  'automake' itself but uses 'aclocal' which is provided by that package
  Closes: 549099
* Fix patch-system-but-no-source-readme: add README.source refering to
* Fix debian-rules-ignores-make-clean-error: test for Makefile presence
* Fix package-contains-empty-directory: drop empty usr/share/info/ from
* Fix no-md5sums-control-file: manually generate md5sums control file
  using code from dh_md5sums
* Fix install-info-used-in-maintainer-script: remove postinst.dev and
  prerm.dev, and depends on 'dpkg (>= 1.15.4) | install-info'
* Fix no-symbols-control-file: import base symbols file from
  http://qa.debian.org/cgi-bin/mole/seedsymbols/?pkgname=libgdbm3 to
  'debian/symbols' and drop Debian version number. Keep private _gdbm
  symbols pending discussion with upstream about declaring them
  'static', but tag them 'optional'.

[ Anibal Monsalve Salazar ]

* Fix: gdbm source: out-of-date-standards-version
* Fix: libgdbm3: no-upstream-changelog

6. By Anibal Monsalve Salazar on 2009-07-09

Remove gdbm.3.gz gdbm.info from libgdbm-dev. Closes: 536356

5. By Anibal Monsalve Salazar on 2008-08-27

* New maintainer; closes: #496710
* libgdbm3 depends on ${misc:Depends}
* Add homepage control header
* Add debian/watch
* postinst installs the right info file; patch by Nicolas Fran├žois;
  closes: #374260
* Fix the following lintian issues:
  W: substvar-source-version-is-deprecated libgdbm-dev
  W: ancient-standards-version (current is 3.8.0)
  W: libgdbm3: unknown-section base

4. By James Troup <email address hidden> on 2006-04-24

* debian/postinst, debian/postrm: invoke ldconfig for configure and
  remove respectively. Closes: #364502
* debian/rules (binary-libgdbm): install them.

* 05_handle-short-read.dpatch: new patch for Steve Langasek to make gdbm
  handle read(2) returning less data than we asked for. Closes: #274417

* 03_autoreconf.dpatch: updated to support newer architectures. Closes:
  #258175, #218400

* Rebuild with modern glibc. Closes: #321723

* Following is based on a patch from NIIBE Yutaka <email address hidden> to
  support cross building. Closes: #283065
 * debian/rules (build): pass --host to configure if cross compiling.
 * debian/rules (binary-libgdbm): invoke 'make install' with a correct
   INSTALL_ROOT instead of installing the shared libraries byhand. We
   have to clean up afterwards (i.e. remove stuff that should be in
   libgdbm-dev, fix the permissions and strip the libraries), but doing
   so allows us to...
 * debian/control (Build-Depends): drop chrpath.

* debian/control (Standards-Version): update to
* debian/copyright: update FSF address and copyright years.
* debian/rules: likewise.

* debian/rules: trivial cleanups and consistency, e.g. $$() in place of
  ``, don't use - prefix with rm -f, split long lines, etc.

* 06_manpage-cleanup: new patch. Fixes section in TH and
  hyphen-used-as-minus warnings as noticed by lintian.

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