dbus 1.12.2-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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dbus (1.12.2-1ubuntu1) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Sync with Debian. 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 (1.12.2-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release 1.12.2
  * Remove unused Lintian override now that #736360 has been fixed
  * d/p/debian/Don-t-abort-on-fatal-warnings-by-default.patch:
    Remove patch. This was committed not long after the addition of the
    fatal-by-default _dbus_warn_check_failed() checks for programming
    errors, with the changelog message "This will be set to upstream
    default again at some point so if you have an application that
    prints a DBus warning get it fixed".

    The patch made Debian and its derivatives a little more robust
    against implementation errors in projects that use libdbus, but at
    the cost that upstream developers of those projects don't notice
    implementation errors (that would be crashes on most OSs) if they
    happen to be developing on Debian or Ubuntu. 11 years later, let's
    consider "some point" to have arrived.
  * Set migration urgency to low in case that breaks things.

 -- Jeremy Bicha <email address hidden>  Wed, 15 Nov 2017 17:22:22 -0500

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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.