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12. By Matthias Klose

* Merge with Debian; remaining changes:
  - debian/rules: Remove "-Bsymbolic-functions" from LDFLAGS.
  - Enable multiarch build (LP: #733501).

11. By James Westby

Import packaging changes for version 6b1-1ubuntu2

10. By Kees Cook

* Enable multiarch build (LP: #733501)
  - debian/control: update depends for multiarch toolchain
  - debian/*.files: update /usr/lib paths
  - debian/rules:
    - add --libdir to configure
    - update library path creation

9. By Bill Allombert <email address hidden>

* New upstream release
  - libjpeg62 has now versionned symbols.
  - Updated build system that use current libtool.
  - Full source code for the build system.
* debian/copyright: add 6b1 upstream download URL.
* debian/control:
  - libjpeg62-dev: Provides libjpeg-dev since the transition has been
  - Remove now useless dependency on libtool and sharutils
  - Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.0.
* Get rid of dpatch system. Patches were only relevant to libjpeg-progs
  which is not build from this package anymore.
* Move to new source format 3.0 (quilt). Patches applied:
  - use-autotools-dev: Use autotools-dev version of config.sub/.guess.
  - extern_C-jpeglib.h: Wrap jpeglib.h with extern "C" {} if __cplusplus
    is defined.
* debian/rules:
  - Adjust for new build system and new patch system.
* debian/shlibs: add (>=6b1) to avoid linker warnings with libjpeg6b.

8. By Andreas Barth <email address hidden>

* Non-maintainer upload.
* Band-Aid fix: Rolling back libjpeg8-transition, as this breaks
  many packages including kde. Closes: #569931 and a couple of
  user complaints

7. By Martin Pitt

* Reintroduce libjpeg-progs, so that it is built against libjpeg6b. It's too
  late to migrate to libjpeg7 in lucid. (LP: #537370)
* debian/rules: Force libjpeg-progs version to 7+really<source version>, so
  that it upgrades from the current 7-1 version. Once we upgrade to libjpeg8
  in the next Ubuntu release, this can just go away again.

6. By Bill Allombert <email address hidden>

* Transition to libjpeg7:
 - Remove package libjpeg-progs.
 - remove debian/extra.
* debian/control:
 - Bump standard version to 3.8.3.
 - Move libjpeg62-dbg to section debug.

5. By Kees Cook

No-change rebuild to gain FORTIFY defaults.

4. By Bill Allombert <email address hidden>

* The "Lino" release.
* exifautotran:
  - fix typo in manpage. closes: #376371, thanks Reuben Thomas.
  - preserve file mode. closes: #383379, thanks Vincent Arkesteijn.
* debian/control, debian/rules, debian/compat:
  + switch to debhelper v5
  + add libjpeg-dbg debugging package.
* debian/rules: remove - before "make clean" rules.
* Add patch 204_jpegtran_man to improve readability of manpage.
  closes: #437453. Thanks Jorgen Grahn.
* jpegexiforient.1: Apply patch from Jorgen Grahn to improve formatting.
  closes: #437446.

3. By Bill Allombert <email address hidden>

* The "If at first you don't succeed..." release.
* Change --enable-maxmem to 1024, following Guido advice.
  This should fix the slowdowns with large files (for large < 1Gb):
  closes: #356556, #365025, Thanks Nicolas.
  If you hit performance problems, please set the JPEGMEM variable to
  about half your available RAM, see jpegtran(1).
* Update libjpeg-progs README.Debian to reflect the new patch set and
  the JPEGMEM feature.
* Bump standard version to 3.7.2.

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