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87dcf23... by "Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo" <email address hidden> on 2019-08-25

Import patches-applied version 0.8.12-1 to applied/debian/sid

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Changelog parent: 9cb00de9d93103754c7a90a35e5b0de909a594c7
Unapplied parent: 92dcca1c9236f6d1c478e190bc7dccda057a3e05

New changelog entries:
  * New upstream release. Please see /usr/share/aptitude/NEWS for a change
    log with more details.
    - New features:
      * Permit to retrieve changelogs of packages from Debian Ports
      * Adapt for changes in apt 1.9, like addressing deprecation and API
        changes. Thanks to Julian Andres Klode.
    - Bug fixes:
      * Adapt code to adapt to change of behaviour in Boost.MultiIndex
        library, and so we can start using Boost >= 1.66, 1.67 is about to
        become the default in Debian unstable. Thanks to Julian Andres Klode.
      * Fix crashes when Label of a repository is empty (Closes: #907436)
      * Fix changelog downloads
      * Read the correct number of elements in
        pkg_item::pkg_columnizer::init_formatting() -- it was ignoring the last
        element, reading only 25 out of 26.
    - Internal changes:
      * Misc. fixes about deprecation issues and minor compilation problems
  * Bump build-dependencies on cwidget to >= 0.5.18, that implies a
    library transition. This ensures that aptitude is built against the
    latest cwidget ABI in the buildds.
  * d/patches, drop all patches because they are fixed in the upstream code:
    - changelogs-debian-ports.patch
    - fix-changelog-retrieval.patch
    - fix-crash-907436.patch
    - support-boost1.67.patch
  * Ensure that it builds in unstable with all the GCC compiler and
    library changes (Closes: #935615)

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