lp:ubuntu/natty/gnome-terminal

Created by James Westby on 2010-10-13 and last modified on 2011-07-29
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77. By Michael Terry on 2011-03-07

* debian/patches/21_watch_clipboard.patch:
  - Watch clipboard contents to set Edit->Paste sensitivity appropriately.
    LP: #630383

76. By Robert Ancell on 2010-11-15

* debian/patches/03_libice_link.patch:
  - Link smclient to libICE to make the linker happy

75. By Robert Ancell on 2010-11-15

* New upsstream release
* debian/control:
  - Bump build-depends on libvte-dev

74. By Chris Coulson on 2010-09-27

* New upstream version 2.32.0
* Drop 21_dont_crash_on_composite_change.patch - merged upstream

73. By Chris Coulson on 2010-09-20

* Fix LP: #633303 - gnome-terminal crashed with signal 5 in _XError()
  when Mutter is restarted. Make sure gnome-terminal sets _NET_WM_DESKTOP
  on the new X window, rather than the one that was destroyed previously
  - add debian/patches/21_dont_crash_on_composite_change.patch
  - update debian/patches/series

72. By Robert Ancell on 2010-08-30

* New upstream release
* debian/control:
  - Bump build-depend on libvte-dev

71. By Robert Ancell on 2010-08-17

* New upstream release
* debian/control:
  - Build-depend on dh-autoreconf
  - Bump build-depend on libglib2.0-dev, libgtk2.0-dev, libvte-dev,
    libgconf2-dev
* debian/rules:
  - Use autoreconf.mk

70. By Chris Coulson on 2010-08-12

* Fix LP: #549552 - solid colour BG is transparent. When set to solid,
  the terminal window inherits transparency from the GTK theme. Add
  a checkbutton in the Background tab of the preferences to inherit
  background settings from the theme to make it possible to choose
  a solid colour again (without having to select "Transparent" and
  then adjusting the slider to maximum)
  - update debian/patches/02_add_transparency_properties.patch

69. By Robert Ancell on 2010-06-25

* Merge with Debian unstable, remaining Ubuntu changes:
* debian/control.in:
  - Build depend on gnome-common for autotools
  - Build depend on liblaunchpad-integration-dev
  - Add Bzr link
  - Update replaces version on gnome-terminal-data
* debian/rules:
  - Run autotools on build
* debian/patches/01_lpi.patch:
  - Launchpad integration
* debian/patches/02_add_transparency_properties.patch:
  - This patch allows the background transparency to be controlled from
    the GTK theme (using "TerminalScreen::background-darkness"). In
    addition to this, the background colour and text colour are already
    themable from the GTK theme (by setting the "text[NORMAL]" and
    "base[NORMAL]" colours for the TerminalScreen class)
* debian/patches/20_add_alt_screen_toggle_ui.patch:
  - Hook new vte alternate screen scrolling toggle via UI
* debian/watch:
  - Watch for unstable versions

68. By Robert Ancell on 2010-04-01

* Merge with Debian unstable, remaining Ubuntu changes:
* debian/control.in:
  - Build depend on liblaunchpad-integration-dev
  - Build depend on gnome-common to run autoreconf
  - Add Bzr link
* debian/rules:
  - Run autoreconf on build
* debian/patches/01_lpi.patch:
  - LP integration
* debian/patches/02_add_transparency_properties.patch:
  - This patch allows the background transparency to be controlled from
    the GTK theme (using "TerminalScreen::background-darkness"). In
    addition to this, the background colour and text colour are already
    themable from the GTK theme (by setting the "text[NORMAL]" and
    "base[NORMAL]" colours for the TerminalScreen class)
* debian/patches/20_add_alt_screen_toggle_ui.patch:
  - Hook new vte alternate screen scrolling toggle via UI
* debian/watch:
  - Watch for unstable versions

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