flatpak 1.0.9-0ubuntu0.1 source package in Ubuntu

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flatpak (1.0.9-0ubuntu0.1) bionic; urgency=medium

  * Update to 1.0.9 (LP: #1844666)
  * New upstream release
    - Allow use of extra_data for runtimes, this is required for the
      openh264 extension.

 -- Andrew Hayzen <email address hidden>  Sat, 21 Sep 2019 21:30:00 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Andrew Hayzen on 2019-09-24
Sponsored by:
Ken VanDine
Uploaded to:
Bionic
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
linux-any all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

flatpak: Application deployment framework for desktop apps

 Flatpak installs, manages and runs sandboxed desktop application bundles.
 Application bundles run partially isolated from the wider system, using
 containerization techniques such as namespaces to prevent direct access
 to system resources. Resources from outside the sandbox can be accessed
 via "portal" services, which are responsible for access control; for
 example, the Documents portal displays an "Open" dialog outside the
 sandbox, then allows the application to access only the selected file.
 .
 Each application uses a specified "runtime", or set of libraries, which is
 available as /usr inside its sandbox. This can be used to run application
 bundles with multiple, potentially incompatible sets of dependencies within
 the same desktop environment.
 .
 This package contains the services and executables needed to install and
 launch sandboxed applications, and the portal services needed to provide
 limited access to resources outside the sandbox.

flatpak-dbgsym: debug symbols for flatpak
flatpak-tests: Application deployment framework for desktop apps (tests)

 Flatpak installs, manages and runs sandboxed desktop application bundles.
 See the flatpak package for a more comprehensive description.
 .
 This package contains automated tests.

flatpak-tests-dbgsym: debug symbols for flatpak-tests
gir1.2-flatpak-1.0: Application deployment framework for desktop apps (introspection)

 Flatpak installs, manages and runs sandboxed desktop application bundles.
 See the flatpak package for a more comprehensive description.
 .
 This package can be used by other packages using the GIRepository format to
 generate dynamic bindings for libflatpak0.

libflatpak-dev: Application deployment framework for desktop apps (development)

 Flatpak installs, manages and runs sandboxed desktop application bundles.
 See the flatpak package for a more comprehensive description.
 .
 This package contains development headers and pkg-config metadata
 for libflatpak0.

libflatpak-doc: Application deployment framework for desktop apps (documentation)

 Flatpak installs, manages and runs sandboxed desktop application bundles.
 See the flatpak package for a more comprehensive description.
 .
 This package contains reference documentation for libflatpak0.

libflatpak0: Application deployment framework for desktop apps (library)

 Flatpak installs, manages and runs sandboxed desktop application bundles.
 See the flatpak package for a more comprehensive description.
 .
 This package contains the flatpak shared library, used by higher level
 package management tools like gnome-software.

libflatpak0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libflatpak0