dbus 1.10.22-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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dbus (1.10.22-1ubuntu1) artful; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian but don't use "really" version number since we never
    had the 1.11 version in Ubuntu. Remaining changes:
    - Clean up /etc/init/dbus.conf on upgrades. This needs to be kept until
      after 18.04 LTS.
    - Add dont-stop-dbus.patch: Don't stop D-Bus in the service unit
      (see patch header and upstream bug for details). Fixes various
      causes of shutdown hangs, particularly with remote file systems.
      (LP: #1438612) (LP: #1540282)
    - debian/dbus.postinst, debian/rules: Don't start D-Bus on package
      installation, as that doesn't work any more with dont-stop-dbus.patch.
      Instead, start dbus.socket in postinst, which will then start D-Bus
      on demand after package installation.
    - Add aa-get-connection-apparmor-security-context.patch: This is not
      intended for upstream inclusion. It implements a bus method
      (GetConnectionAppArmorSecurityContext) to get a connection's AppArmor
      security context but upstream D-Bus has recently added a generic way of
      getting a connection's security credentials (GetConnectionCredentials).
      Ubuntu should carry this patch until packages in the archive are moved
      over to the new, generic method of getting a connection's credentials.

dbus (1.11.16+really1.10.22-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Re-version to recover from accidental upload of 1.11.16 to unstable
  * Don't run build-time tests (reopens: #630152).
    They don't work for users with a nonexistent home directory.

dbus (1.10.22-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream stable release
  * Run build-time tests (Closes: #630152)
    - Skip build-time tests when only building Architecture: all.
      Once per architecture is enough.
  * Build-depend on python3{,-dbus,-gi} if we will run build-time tests.
    This is a circular dependency, but is flagged as
    <!nocheck !pkg.dbus.minimal> so it can be omitted when
    cross-compiling or bootstrapping.
  * Enable valgrind integration in the debug build on mips64
  * Replace stage1 build profile with pkg.dbus.minimal
  * Drop explicit dependency on autotools-dev, implied by debhelper 10
  * debian/upstream/signing-key.asc: Update subkeys and uids

dbus (1.10.20-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream stable release
    - Drop Doxygen reproducibility patch, applied upstream
  * Merge packaging from experimental:
    - Don't capture build directory in the debug build, using a patch
      backported from upstream git master
    - Move doxygen and xsltproc to Build-Depends-Indep, and don't
      build documentation when not building dbus-1-doc. This speeds
      up architecture-specific builds.
    - Remove support for DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="nodoc noudeb". Use build
      profiles instead; support nocheck, nodoc, noudeb and stage1 profiles
      (Closes: #728820)
    - Simplify the layout of the debug build.
    - Drop the dbus-1-dbg binary package. Move the debug build to
      dbus-tests, and the debug symbols to automatically generated
      -dbgsym packages.
    - Don't run the installed-tests two different ways, just use
      gnome-desktop-testing.
    - Configure the debug build with --enable-embedded-tests rather than
      --enable-tests. The latter requires python, python-dbus and python-gi,
      but only for build-time tests that we do not actually run (#630152).
      + Drop build-dependencies on python, python-dbus and python-gi
      + This should make dbus much easier to cross-compile (Closes: #560834)
    - gnome-desktop-testing: Require xauth and xvfb-run for better test
      coverage
    - Clean up upgrade/compatibility code that is no longer needed:
      + Stop creating the symlinks required to keep dbus-daemon 1.8
        from Debian 8 'jessie' able to reload configuration after
        an upgrade to dbus 1.10 in Debian 9 'stretch'. Upgrades that
        skip a stable release are not supported.
      + On upgrade, remove compatibility symlinks created by that
        upgrade, if they exist.
      + Stop cleaning those symlinks up during package removal.
    - Stop patching system.conf, session.conf to load
      /etc/dbus-1/*.conf.dpkg-bak.
    - debian/copyright: Use https for Format and Source
    - debian/dbus.triggers: Add a trigger on /usr/share/dbus-1/system.d
      to reload the dbus-daemon
    - Unversion (build)-dependencies that are satisfied in oldstable
    - Declare Policy 4.0.0 compliance
    - Use the debug-build binaries to run the debug-build tests

 -- Jeremy Bicha <email address hidden>  Fri, 28 Jul 2017 10:20:42 -0400

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dbus: simple interprocess messaging system (daemon and utilities)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 Conceptually, it fits somewhere in between raw sockets and CORBA in
 terms of complexity.
 .
 D-Bus supports broadcast messages, asynchronous messages (thus
 decreasing latency), authentication, and more. It is designed to be
 low-overhead; messages are sent using a binary protocol, not using
 XML. D-Bus also supports a method call mapping for its messages, but
 it is not required; this makes using the system quite simple.
 .
 It comes with several bindings, including GLib, Python, Qt and Java.
 .
 This package contains the D-Bus daemon and related utilities.
 .
 The client-side library can be found in the libdbus-1-3 package, as it is no
 longer contained in this package.

dbus-1-doc: simple interprocess messaging system (documentation)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 Conceptually, it fits somewhere in between raw sockets and CORBA in
 terms of complexity.
 .
 This package contains the API documentation for D-Bus, as well as
 the protocol specification.
 .
 See the dbus description for more information about D-Bus in general.

dbus-dbgsym: Debug symbols for dbus
dbus-tests: simple interprocess messaging system (test infrastructure)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 Conceptually, it fits somewhere in between raw sockets and CORBA in
 terms of complexity.
 .
 This package provides automated and manual tests for D-Bus, and the
 dbus-test-tool utility. It also provides copies of the D-Bus libraries and
 executables compiled with extra debug information and logging.
 .
 See the dbus package description for more information about D-Bus in general.

dbus-tests-dbgsym: debug symbols for dbus-tests
dbus-udeb: simple interprocess messaging system (minimal runtime)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 .
 This package is a minimal version of the dbus and dbus-x11 packages,
 for use in the Debian installer. It can run a session bus, but is not
 suitable for use as a system bus.

dbus-user-session: simple interprocess messaging system (systemd --user integration)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 Conceptually, it fits somewhere in between raw sockets and CORBA in
 terms of complexity.
 .
 On systemd systems, this package opts in to the session model in which
 a user's session starts the first time they log in, and does not end
 until all their login sessions have ended. This model merges all
 parallel non-graphical login sessions (text mode, ssh, cron, etc.), and up
 to one graphical session, into a single "user-session" or "super-session"
 within which all background D-Bus services are shared.
 .
 Multiple graphical sessions per user are not currently supported in this
 mode; as a result, it is particularly suitable for gdm, which responds to
 requests to open a parallel graphical session by switching to the existing
 graphical session and unlocking it.
 .
 To retain dbus' traditional session semantics, in which login sessions
 are artificially isolated from each other, remove this package and install
 dbus-x11 instead.
 .
 See the dbus package description for more information about D-Bus in general.

dbus-x11: simple interprocess messaging system (X11 deps)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 Conceptually, it fits somewhere in between raw sockets and CORBA in
 terms of complexity.
 .
 This package contains the dbus-launch utility which is necessary for
 packages using a D-Bus session bus.
 .
 See the dbus description for more information about D-Bus in general.

dbus-x11-dbgsym: debug symbols for dbus-x11
libdbus-1-3: simple interprocess messaging system (library)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 Conceptually, it fits somewhere in between raw sockets and CORBA in
 terms of complexity.
 .
 D-Bus supports broadcast messages, asynchronous messages (thus
 decreasing latency), authentication, and more. It is designed to be
 low-overhead; messages are sent using a binary protocol, not using
 XML. D-Bus also supports a method call mapping for its messages, but
 it is not required; this makes using the system quite simple.
 .
 It comes with several bindings, including GLib, Python, Qt and Java.
 .
 The daemon can be found in the dbus package.

libdbus-1-3-dbgsym: Debug symbols for libdbus-1-3
libdbus-1-3-udeb: simple interprocess messaging system (minimal library)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 .
 This package is a minimal version of the libdbus-1-3 package,
 for use in the Debian installer.

libdbus-1-dev: simple interprocess messaging system (development headers)

 D-Bus is a message bus, used for sending messages between applications.
 Conceptually, it fits somewhere in between raw sockets and CORBA in
 terms of complexity.
 .
 See the dbus description for more information about D-Bus in general.