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49. By Colin Watson on 2015-03-19

[ Phillip Susi ]
* Cherry pick upstream patch to fix a crash when resizing fat16
  (LP: #1342255).

[ Colin Watson ]
* Drop libparted2's alternative Suggests on nparted, which has not been in
  Debian for a decade or so.

48. By Colin Watson on 2014-09-19

[ Steven Chamberlain ]
* kfreebsd-gnu.patch: (Thanks, Jeff Epler!)
  - Fix detection of /dev/ada as a SCSI disk type (Closes: #693510,
  - Implement detection of drive model, logical and physical sector sizes
    for SCSI disks

47. By Colin Watson on 2014-08-25

Update freebsd-ufs.patch to handle non-512-byte-sector disks
(LP: #1355127).

46. By Colin Watson on 2014-08-11

Probe LVM logical volumes even when their physical volumes are on
device-mapper devices (closes: #757750).

45. By Colin Watson on 2014-08-10

Probe LVM logical volumes again (closes: #757417).

44. By Colin Watson on 2014-08-06

* Fix gptsync.patch not to try to perform pointer arithmetic on void *
* Remove unused label from udevadm-settle.patch.
* Configure with --disable-gcc-warnings, even when building from git.
  Making the build work with -Werror is too painful at the moment.
* Align new partitions created on fresh disks (LP: #1352252).

43. By Colin Watson on 2014-07-30

* New upstream release.
* Drop currently-unused build-dependency on po4a (thanks, Johannes

42. By Colin Watson on 2014-07-23

Ship static libraries again. hurd needs them for ext2fs.static.

41. By Colin Watson on 2014-07-21

Upload to unstable.

40. By Colin Watson on 2014-04-14

Fix crash when opening FAT file systems (LP: #1306704).

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