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50. By Peter Pearse

Tidy up cross build and autoreconf.

49. By Peter Pearse

Distinguish native and cross builds.

48. By Peter Pearse

Bootstrap changes.

47. By Martin Pitt

Reapply multiarch changes from 0.10.4-1ubuntu1.

46. By Josselin Mouette <email address hidden>

* policy.txt: change the policy about dependencies between the
  development package and the gir package.
  Rationale: this will simplify build-dependencies a lot.
* Implement this in libgirepository1.0-dev.
* New upstream release.

45. By Martin Pitt

* New upstream release
  - Some bug fixes and missing annotations.
  - Update GIO annotations to latest git head.
  - girparser: use c:identifier-prefixes instead of c:prefix
  - support setting gobjects and ginterfaces in struct fields

44. By Steve Langasek

* FFe for multiarch: LP: #733501
* dh_girepository: use the proposed multiarch tuple directories
  instead of the GNU triplets. (The code was wrong anyway, using build
  arch instead of host arch...)

43. By Emilio Pozuelo Monfort <email address hidden>

New upstream release.

42. By Emilio Pozuelo Monfort <email address hidden>

New upstream release.

41. By Emilio Pozuelo Monfort <email address hidden>

* New upstream release.
  + debian/libgirepository-1.0-1.symbols:
    - Updated for the new symbols.
  + debian/rules:
    - Fail the build if the symbols file is outdated.
    - Make the shlibs file always depend on the latest upstream version.
* debian/dh_girepository:
  + Look for libraries in private directories. Closes: #612148.

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