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apt ( UNRELEASED; urgency=low
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/
- rename RunGPGV to ExecGPGV and move it to apt-pkg/contrib/
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- ExecGPGV is a method which should never return, so mark it as such
and fix the inconsistency of returning in error cases
-- David Kalnischkies <> Fri, 15 Mar 2013 14:15:43 +0100
apt ( unstable; urgency=criticial
* SECURITY UPDATE: InRelease verification bypass
- CVE-2013-1051
[ David Kalnischk ]
* apt-pkg/deb/,
- disable InRelease downloading until the verification issue is
fixed, thanks to Ansgar Burchardt for finding the flaw
-- Michael Vogt <> Thu, 14 Mar 2013 07:47:36 +0100
apt ( unstable; urgency=low
[ Program translation updates ]
* Catalan (Jordi Mallach)
* Drop a confusing non-breaking space. Closes: #691024
* Thai (Theppitak Karoonboonyanan). Closes: #691613
* Vietnamese (Trần Ngọc Quân). Closes: #693773
* Fix Plural forms in German, French, Japanese and Portuguese
translations. Thanks to Jakub Wilk for reporting these errors.
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/
- do not do lock-step configuration for a M-A:same package if it isn't
unpacked yet in SmartConfigure and do not unpack a M-A:same package
again in SmartUnPack if we have already configured it (LP: #1062503)
* apt-pkg/
- don't call MarkInstall with the FromUser flag set for packages
which are dependencies of APT::Never-MarkAuto-Sections matchers
- no mode changes should obviously be ok for pkgDepCache::IsModeChangeOk
* cmdline/
- do not call Mark{Install,Delete} from the autoremove code with
the FromUser bit set to avoid modifying the auto-installed bit
* apt-pkg/
- ensure pkgProblemResolver calls MarkDelete without FromUser set
so that it can't overrule holds and the protection flag
[ Michael Vogt ]
* change permissions of /var/log/apt/term.log to 0640 (LP: #975199)
[ Jonathan Thomas ]
* apt-pkg/
- fix package-pointer array memory leak in ResolveByKeepInternal()
-- Michael Vogt <> Thu, 13 Dec 2012 09:52:19 +0100
apt ( unstable; urgency=low
[ Program translation updates ]
* Ukrainian (A. Bondarenko)
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/
- ensure that dependencies for packages:none are always generated
- add 2 missing remap registrations causing a segfault in case
we use the not remapped iterators after a move of the mmap again
- write the native architecture as unique string into the cache header
as it is used for arch:all packages as a map to arch:native.
Otherwise arch comparisons later will see differences (Closes: #689323)
* apt-pkg/
- ignore negative dependencies applying in the same group for M-A:same
packages on the real package name as self-conflicts (Closes: #688863)
* cmdline/
- print versioned dependency relations in (r)depends if the option
APT::Cache::ShowVersion is true (default: false) as discussed in
#218995 to help debian-cd fixing #687949. Thanks to Sam Lidder
for initial patch and Steve McIntyre for nagging and testing!
* apt-pkg/
- include reinstall requests and already installed (= protected) packages
in the install-request for external resolvers (Closes: #689331)
* apt-pkg/
- match pins with(out) an architecture as we do on the commandline
(partly fixing #687255, b= support has to wait for jessie)
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- remove the 64 char limit for login/password in internal usage
- remove 256 char line limit by using getline() (POSIX.1-2008)
[ Colin Watson ]
* apt-pkg/
- Fix crash if the cache is remapped while writing a Provides version
(LP: #1066445).
-- Michael Vogt <> Tue, 16 Oct 2012 18:08:53 +0200
apt ( unstable; urgency=low
[ Manpages translation updates ]
* Japanese (KURASAWA Nozomu) (Closes: #684435)
* Portuguese (Américo Monteiro) (Closes: #686975)
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* handle packages without a mandatory architecture (debian-policy §5.3)
by introducing a pseudo-architecture 'none' so that the small group of
users with these packages can get right of them without introducing too
much hassle for other users (Closes: #686346)
* apt-pkg/
- copy only configured translation files from a CD-ROM and not all
available translation files preventing new installs with d-i from
being initialized with all translations (Closes: #678227)
- handle Components in the reduction for the source.list as multi-arch CDs
otherwise create duplicated source entries (e.g. "wheezy main main")
* apt-pkg/
- unpack versions only in case a different version from the package
is currently in unpack state to recover from broken system states
(like different file in M-A:same package and other dpkg errors)
and avoid re-unpack otherwise (Closes: #670900)
* debian/control:
- let libapt-pkg break apt < 0.9.4 to ensure that the installed http-
method supports the new redirection-style, thanks to Raphael Geissert
for reporting & testing (Closes: #685192)
* doc/apt_preferences.5.xml:
- use the correct interval (x <= P < y) for pin value documentation as
these are the intervals used by the code (Closes: #685989)
* apt-pkg/
- do not create duplicated flat-archive CD-ROM sources for foreign
architectures on multi-arch CD-ROMs
- do not warn about files which have a record in the Release file, but
are not present on the CD to mirror the behavior of the other methods
and to allow uncompressed indexes to be dropped without scaring users
* apt-pkg/
- do not create 'native' (or now 'none') package structures as a side
effect of description translation parsing as it pollutes the cache
-- Michael Vogt <> Tue, 11 Sep 2012 15:56:44 +0200
apt ( unstable; urgency=low
[ Manpages translation updates ]
* Polish (Robert Luberda) (Closes: #683109)
[ Program translation updates ]
* Polish (Michał Kułach)
[ Pino Toscano ]
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- guard only the msync call with _POSIX_SYNCHRONIZED_IO rather
than also the fallback code as it breaks APT on hurd since
as the fallback is now always used on non-linux (Closes: #683354)
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- remove _POSIX_SYNCHRONIZED_IO guard in FileFd::Sync() around fsync
as this guard is only needed for fdatasync and not defined on hurd
* cmdline/
- error out on (unsatisfiable) build-deps on purly virtual packages
instead of ignoring these dependencies; thanks to Johannes Schauer
for the detailed report! (Closes: #683786)
- ensure that the right architecture is used for cross-dependencies in
cases we have to choose a provider by defaulting on host-arch
instead of build-arch
* doc/apt-verbatim.ent:
- denote 'wheezy' as stable codename and 'jessie' as testing codename
in the documentation in preparation for release
* apt-pkg/
- do not use atomic writing if the target is /dev/null as we don't want
to replace it, not even automically. (Closes: #683410)
* apt-pkg/
- do not link() but rename() the cdroms.list to cdroms.list~ as a backup
to ensure that apt-cdrom can be run multiple times (Closes: #676302)
-- Michael Vogt <> Mon, 06 Aug 2012 15:55:04 +0200
11 years ago
apt ( unstable; urgency=low
[ Manpages translation updates ]
* Spanish; (Omar Campagne). Closes: #681566
[ Program translation updates ]
* Czech (Miroslav Kure). Closes: #680758
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/
- handle :all and :native correctly as architectures again
in the commandline parsing (regression in 0.9.7)
* apt-pkg/
- do not segfault if nothing can be configured to statisfy
a pre-depends (e.g. in a pre-depends loop) (Closes: #681958)
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- trigger the usage of the fallback code for kfreebsd also in the
second (filebased) constructor of DynamicMMap (Closes: #677704)
- refer to APT::Cache-Start in case the growing failed as if -Limit is
really the offender it will be noted in a previous error message.
- for filesystems not supporting mmap'ing a file we need to use a
SyncToFd dummy just as we did for compressed files in 0.9.5
11 years ago
-- Michael Vogt <> Fri, 27 Jul 2012 17:53:41 +0200
apt ( unstable; urgency=low
[ Manpages translation updates ]
* French (Christian Perrier)
* German (Chris Leick)
[ Program translation updates ]
* Greek (Θανάσης Νάτσης)
* Japanese (Kenshi Muto) (Closes: #679662)
* Russian (Yuri Kozlov) (Closes: #679599)
* Danish (Joe Dalton) (Closes: #680119)
* Portuguese (Miguel Figueiredo) (Closes: #680616)
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* debian/apt.cron.daily:
- do not try to backup extended_states file if it doesn't
exist (Closes: #680287)
* ftparchive/
- handle the APT::FTPArchive::Packages::SHA512 option correctly instead
of overriding SHA256, thanks Christian Marillat! (Closes: #680252)
* cmdline/
- arch:all packages are treated as arch:native packages, but dpkg
expects pkg:all for selections, so use the arch of the installed
version instead of the package structure if possible.
Thanks to Stepan Golosunov for the report! (Closes: #680041)
* apt-pkg/
- run autoclean against pkg:arch and not always against pkg:native as
this removes valid cache entries (Closes: #679371)
* apt-pkg/deb/
- negative dependencies need to apply to all architectures,
but those with a specific architecture only apply to this one
* apt-pkg/
- remove architecture-specific arch to tuple expansion-rules as they lead
to the same tuples for different architectures (e.g. linux-arm for arm,
armel and armhf) while the dpkg-architecture code uses triples which
are different (in the first part, which we omit in our tuples), so e.g.
build-dep restrictions for armel ended up effecting armhf as well
-- Michael Vogt <> Fri, 13 Jul 2012 21:33:56 +0200
apt ( unstable; urgency=low
[ Program translation updates ]
* Bulgarian (Damyan Ivanov) (Closes: #678983)
* Hungarian (Gabor Kelemen)
* Italian (Milo Casagrande)
* Slovenian (Andrej Znidarsic)
* German (Holger Wansing) (Closes: #679314)
* Slovak (Ivan Masár) (Closes: #679448)
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* cmdline/, cmdline/
- typo fixes and unfuzzy translations
* debian/control:
- libapt-{pkg,inst} packages should be in section 'libs' instead
of 'admin' as by ftp-master override request in #677596
- demote debiandoc-sgml to Build-Depends-Indep
* doc/makefile:
- separate translation building of debiandoc from manpages
so that we don't need to build debiandoc for binary packages
-- Michael Vogt <> Fri, 29 Jun 2012 14:26:32 +0200
apt (0.9.7) unstable; urgency=low
[ Julian Andres Klode ]
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- Fix the Fallback option to work correctly, by not calling
realloc() on a map mapped by mmap(), and by using malloc
and friends instead of new[].
- Zero out the new memory allocated with realloc().
[ Daniel Hartwig ]
* apt-pkg/
- always reset _error->StackCount in MakeStatusCache (Closes: #677175)
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/deb/
- ensure that mixed positive/negative architecture wildcards
are handled in the same way as dpkg handles them
- use PackageArchitectureMatchesSpecification filter
* apt-pkg/
- add PackageArchitectureMatchesSpecification (Closes: #672603)
* apt-pkg/
- add PackageContainerInterface::FromGroup to support
architecture specifications with wildcards on the commandline
* apt-pkg/
- do a string comparision for architecture checking in IsMultiArchImplicit
as 'unique' strings in the pkgcache aren't unique (Closes: #677454)
* buildlib/configure.mak:
- print a message detailing how to get config.guess and config.sub
in case they are not in /usr/share/misc (Closes: #677312)
* cmdline/
- print a friendly message in 'download' if a package can't be
downloaded (Closes: #677887)
-- Michael Vogt <> Tue, 19 Jun 2012 16:42:43 +0200
apt (0.9.6) unstable; urgency=low
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/
- fix regression from 0.9.3 which dumped the main configuration
_config instead of the cdrom settings (Cnf) as identified and
tested by Milan Kupcevic, thanks! (Closes: #674100)
* cmdline/
- do not show 'list of broken packages' header if no package
is broken as it happens e.g. for external resolver errors
- print URIs for all changelogs in case of --print-uris,
thanks to Daniel Hartwig for the patch! (Closes: #674897)
- show 'bzr branch' as 'bzr get' is deprecated (LP: #1011032)
- check build-dep candidate if install is forbidden
* debian/apt-utils.links:
- the internal resolver 'apt' is now directly installed in
/usr/lib/apt/solvers, so don't instruct dh to create a broken link
* doc/apt-verbatim.ent:
- APT doesn't belong to the product 'Linux', so use 'APT' instead
as after all APT is a big suite of applications
* doc/examples/sources.list:
- use the codename instead of 'stable' in the examples sources.list
as we do in the manpage and as the debian-installer does
* doc/apt-get.8.xml:
- use apt-utils as package example instead of libc6
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- apply patch from Daniel Hartwig to fix a segfault in case
the LongOpt is empty (Closes: #676331)
- fix segfault with empty LongOpt in --no-* branch
* ftparchive/
- default to putting the Contents-* files below $(SECTION) as apt-file
expects them there - thanks Martin-Éric Racine! (Closes: #675827)
* apt-pkg/deb/
- set pkgCacheGen::Essential to "all" again (Closes: #675449)
* apt-pkg/
- force install only for one essential package out of a group
* apt-pkg/
- if APT::Languages=none save "none" in allCodes so that the detected
configuration is cached as intended (Closes: #674690, LP: #1004947)
* apt-pkg/cacheiterators.h:
- add an IsMultiArchImplicit() method for Dep- and PrvIterator
[ Justin B Rye ]
* doc/apt-cdrom.8.xml:
- replace CDROM with the proper CD-ROM in text
- correct disc vs. disk issues
* doc/apt-extracttemplates.1.xml:
- debconf is not DebConf
* doc/apt-get.8.xml:
- move dselect-upgrade below dist-upgrade
- review and fix spelling issues
* doc/apt-ftparchive.8.xml, doc/apt-config.8.xml,
doc/apt-key.8.xml, doc/apt-mark.8.xml,
doc/apt_preferences.5.xml, doc/apt-secure.8.xml,
doc/apt-sortpkgs.1.xml, sources.list.5.xml:
- review and fix typo, grammar and style issues
* doc/apt.conf.5.xml:
- review and fix typo, grammar and style issues
- rephrase APT::Immediate-Configuration and many others
[ Sebastian Heinlein ]
* cmdline/apt-key:
- do not hardcode /etc but use Dir::Etc instead
[ Robert Luberda ]
* Polish manpage translation update (Closes: #675603)
* doc/apt-mark.8.xml:
- in hold, the option name is --file not --filename
[ Christian Perrier ]
* French program and manpage translation update
* Danish program translation by Joe Hansen. Closes: #675605
[ Thibaut Girka ]
* cmdline/
- complain correctly about :any build-dep on M-A:none packages
* apt-pkg/deb/
- add support for arch-specific qualifiers in dependencies
-- Michael Vogt <> Mon, 11 Jun 2012 16:21:53 +0200
apt ( unstable; urgency=low
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- dup() given compressed fd in OpenDescriptor if AutoClose
is disabled as otherwise gzclose() and co will close it
* doc/*.xml:
- mark even more stuff as untranslateable and improve the
markup here and there (no real text change)
- use docbook DTD 4.5 instead of 4.2 to have valid docs
[ Justin B Rye ]
* doc/*.xml:
- remove 'GNU/Linux' from 'Debian systems' strings as Debian
has more systems than just GNU/Linux nowadays
* doc/apt-cache.8.xml:
- fix a typo as well as adding missing literal markup
- three small rewordings for better english sentences
-- Michael Vogt <> Thu, 24 May 2012 17:16:34 +0200
apt (0.9.5) unstable; urgency=low
[ Chris Leick ]
* proofreading of the manpage pot
* German manpage translation update (Closes: #673294)
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* buildlib/podomain.mak:
- ensure that all sources end up in the srclist so that we don't
forget to extract half of the translation strings
* buildlib/
- remove inttypes.h compatibility as providing such a c99 types
compatibility conflicts with the usage of c99 type long long
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- have a dummy SyncToFd around in case of ReadOnly access to a
compressed file as we otherwise on Close() do not delete[] the
char buffer but munmap() it… (Closes: #673815)
* debian/control:
- moving debiandoc-sgml to Build-Depends-Indep was one step too much
for the buildds as we still build two sgml files in arch:any
* debian/rules:
- move internal-solver as 'apt' to his friend dump-solver in
/usr/lib/apt/solvers to avoid writing a manpage for it
-- Michael Vogt <> Tue, 22 May 2012 16:14:22 +0200
apt (0.9.4) unstable; urgency=low
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* methods/
- after many years of pointless discussions disable http/1.1 pipelining
by default as many webservers and proxies seem to be unable to conform
to specification must's (rfc2616 section (LP: #996151)
- add spaces around PACKAGE_VERSION to fix FTBFS with -std=c++11
* apt-pkg/
- make IsDuplicatedDescription static so that it is really private
as we don't need a symbol for it as it is not in a header
* Makefile, buildlib/*.mak:
- reshuffle dependencies so that parallel building seems to work
- separate manpages from the rest of the doc building
* prepare-release:
- apt-inst version isn't apt versions, so don't override variable
* debian/rules:
- apt-utils packages manpages, so it should depend on build-doc
- make apt and apt-utils packages depend on manpages instead of full doc
* debian/control:
- move doxygen and debiandoc-sgml to Build-Depends-Indep as docs
are no longer build in the same target as the manpages
* apt-pkg/
- factor out into private Dequeue() to fix access to deleted pointer
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- ensure that we close compressed fds, wait for forks and such even if
the FileFd itself is set to not autoclose the given Fd
* cmdline/
- use the host architecture, not the build architecture for matching
of [architecture restrictions] in Build-Depends (Closes: #672927)
* doc/makefile:
- build manpages with the correct l10n.gentext.default.language setting
to get the correct section titles provided by docbook
* doc/po/de.po:
- updated german manpage translation by Chris Leick, thanks!
* apt-pkg/
- do not run into loop on new-pre-depends-breaks (Closes: #673536)
* doc/*.xml:
- add a few translator notes and reword some paragraphs to ensure that
translators and users alike can better understand them (Closes: #669409)
- in <term> mark all options with <option> and mark <term><option>
as untranslated for po4a removing ~200 unless "translateable" strings
* apt-pkg/
- longcode Translation files are saved with encoded underscore,
so make sure to pick these files up as well for Acquire::Languages
* ftparchive/
- include Contents-* files in Release files (Closes: #673647)
[ Michael Vogt ]
* merged updated de.po, thanks to Holger Wansing (closes: #672466)
[ Raphael Geissert ]
* apt-pkg/acquire*.cc:
- handle redirections in the worker with the right method instead of
in the method the redirection occured in (Closes: #668111)
* methods/
- forbid redirects to change protocol
* methods/
- generate an equal sign also for the first arch (Closes: #669142)
[ Marius Vollmer ]
* apt-pkg/
- fix memory leak of Flags in pkgSimulate by a proper destructor
-- Michael Vogt <> Mon, 21 May 2012 12:29:05 +0200
apt (0.9.3) unstable; urgency=low
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- remove the message size limit from ioprintf and strprintf
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- add a more versatile Dump() method
- normalize a bit by replacing // and /./ with / in FindFile
- /dev/null is a special absolute path as it has no subdirectories
* apt-pkg/
- use Dump() to generate the configuration message for sending
* cmdline/
- make it possible to limit dump to a subtree
- implement --empty and --format option for dump
* apt-pkg/
- use Dump() to generate the configuration output
* apt-pkg/
- clearly separate 'positive' and 'negative' dependencies and
their upgrade-resolution tries in MarkInstall and especially don't
treat Conflicts differently compared to Breaks here
- provider is only a possible solution if the provides has the right
version (or none as we have no versioned provides in debian) and not
if the version of the provider matches
* edsp/
- check with RealFileExists for scenario file as otherwise a directory
like one provided with RootDir triggers the usage of EDSP
* debian/libapt-inst1.5.symbols:
- use the correct library name the symbols header
* apt-pkg/
- check if NewDescription allocation has failed and error out accordingly
- check if we work on a valid description in IsDuplicateDescription as
we end up working on dangling pointers otherwise which segfaults on
s390x and ppc64 (Closes: #669427)
* apt-pkg/deb/
- check length and containing chars for a given description md5sum
* ensure that apti18n.h is included last as advertised (Closes: #671623)
* apt-pkg/
- revert the use of FileFd::Write in OutFdReady as we don't want error
reports about EAGAIN here as we retry later. Thanks to YOSHINO Yoshihito
for the report. (Closes: #671721)
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- check that the fd which are closed are valid
- ensure that we do init d only once and especially not with its own
content as this causes some "interesting" hickups resulting in segfaults
as it seems (Closes: #554387, #670979)
- collect zombie (de)compressor processes on reopen
- ensure that in error conditions the Fail flag is set
- ensure that d is set before accessing it
* apt-pkg/
- use NULL instead of "" for no (un)compress parameters
* apt-pkg/
- factor out of ListUpdate a AcquireUpdate to be able to provide your
own pkgAcquire fetcher to the wrapper
* apt-inst/deb/debfile.h:
- readd 'md5.h' to the uncleaned header includes to make qapt build
against us again unchanged to unblock transition (Closes: #669163)
-- Michael Vogt <> Fri, 11 May 2012 17:16:22 +0200
apt (0.9.2) unstable; urgency=low
[ Michael Vogt ]
* apt-inst/contrib/
- ensure that in StartGzip the InFd is set to "AutoClose" to ensure
that the pipe is closed when InFd is closed. This fixes a Fd leak
(LP: #985452)
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* apt-pkg/deb/
- only treat the native apt as essential by default (Closes: #669377)
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- redirect stderr from compressors to /dev/null
* apt-pkg/
- if the compressor is not installed, but we link against it's
library accept it as a CompressionType (Closes: #669328)
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- do not use the input data directly but memcpy it instead as
it could be unaligned as in the http-transport which causes
a sigbus error on sparc (Closes: #669061)
* apt-pkg/
- actually return to the fallback modifier if we have detected we
should for packagenames which look like modifiers (Closes: #669591)
[ Adam Conrad ]
* Set FD_CLOEXEC on history.log's FD (Closes: #610069, LP: #636010)
[ Thorsten Spindler ]
* apt-pkg/deb/
- do not crash if (*I).Pkg is NULL (LP: #939867)
[ Malcolm Scott ]
* apt-pkg/
- iterate over all pre-depends or-group member instead of looping
endlessly over the first member in SmartUnpack (LP: #985852)
-- Michael Vogt <> Fri, 20 Apr 2012 11:26:16 +0200
apt (0.9.1) unstable; urgency=low
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* cmdline/
- if pkgCacheFile::Generate is disabled in 'update' don't
remove the caches (and don't try to open them)
* apt-pkg/
- init counter in SmartConfigure so that the loop-breaker isn't
triggered at random… (Closes: #669060)
[ Christian Perrier ]
* Fix typo in apt-get(8). Closes: #664833
* Replace "argument" by "paramètre" in French translation.
Merci, les Titeps!
* Drop hardcoded "en.html" suffix in apt-secure manpage.
Thanks to David Prevot.
-- Michael Vogt <> Tue, 17 Apr 2012 09:49:31 +0200
apt (0.9.0) unstable; urgency=low
* upload to debian/unstable
-- Michael Vogt <> Mon, 16 Apr 2012 15:53:17 +0200
apt (0.9.0~exp1) experimental; urgency=low
[ Michael Vogt ]
* apt-pkg/
- fix inconsistent clog/cout usage in the debug output
- add APT::pkgPackageManager::MaxLoopCount to ensure that the
ordering code does not get into a endless loop when it flip-flops
between two states
* update libapt-inst1.4 to libapt-inst1.5 because of the cleanup
* prepare debian/unstable upload, if there are no issues with this
upload it will directly go into unstable as 0.9.0
[ David Kalnischkies ]
* do not update po and pot files in the process of the build as this
causes timestamp changes for the mo files which therefore can't
be refcounted by dpkg for your M-A: same packages
(Closes: #659333, LP: #924628)
* apt-inst/database.{cc,h}, apt-inst/deb/dpkgdb.{cc,h}:
- drop instead of fix as it is only needed if you want to reimplement dpkg
and comes straight from the beginning of last decade (Closes: #663372)
* apt-inst/deb/
- {Extract,Merge}Control() is another instance of "lets reimplement dpkg"
so shot of this code before someone ends up using this…
* debian/libapt-pkg4.12:
- update symbols file
* debian/apt-utils.install:
- ship the ftparchive, apt-extractemplates and apt-sortpkgs locales
in the apt-utils package instead of the apt package
* apt-pkg/
- recheck all dependencies if we changed a package in SmartConfigure
as this could break an earlier dependency (LP: #940396)
- recheck dependencies in SmartUnpack after a change, too
* apt-pkg/
- check return of write() as gcc recommends
* apt-pkg/
- check return of write() as gcc recommends
* apt-pkg/
- check return of chdir() and link() as gcc recommends
* apt-pkg/
- check return of chdir() as gcc recommends
* apt-pkg/contrib/
- check return of asprintf() as gcc recommends
* methods/
- check return of writev() as gcc recommends
* methods/
- check return of chdir() as gcc recommends
* apt-pkg/deb/
- check return of write() a gcc recommends
* apt-inst/deb/
- check return of chdir() as gcc recommends
* apt-inst/deb/
- check return of chdir() as gcc recommends
* methods/makefile:
- do not link rred against libz anymore as FileFd handles all
this transparently now
* debian/control:
- bump Standards-Version to 3.9.3 (no changes needed)
- add libbz2-dev as new build-dependency
- remove the libz-dev alternative from zlib1g-dev build-dependency
- suggest xz-utils instead of bzip2 and lzma
* doc/apt-get.8.xml:
- typofix: respect → respecting, thanks Mike Erickson! (Closes: #664833)
* debian/rules:
- do not sed in to set the version-number
* prepare-release: