libtickit 0.3.4-1 source package in Ubuntu

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libtickit (0.3.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * Rename libtickit1 to libtickit2 due to ABI bump
    + Mark all evloop symbols as optional, since there are no API/ABI guarantees
    + Remove symbols for deprecated, and now removed, tickit_string_ functions
    + Add new symbols tickit_term_build and tickit_hook_terminfo
    + Remove symbols for internal functions, and mark their counterparts as optional
    + Add symbols for tickit_version_{major,minor,patch}
    + libtickit-dev: Depend on libtickit2, not libtickit1
  * Stop installing libtickit.la
  * Declare compliance with Policy 4.5.0, no changes needed
  * autopkgtest:
    + Honor $CC when building binaries
    + Fix "undefined reference" errors
    + Add libuv1-dev/libglib2.0-dev to Depends for event loop examples
    + Add superficial restriction, since the tests are only building the
      examples.  Running them would require feeding input through a pty.

 -- James McCoy <email address hidden>  Sun, 02 Feb 2020 12:59:25 -0500

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libtickit-dev: Terminal Interface Construction KIT (development files)

 This library provides an abstracted mechanism for building interactive
 full-screen terminal programs. It provides a full set of output drawing
 functions, and handles keyboard and mouse input events.
 .
 Using this library, applications can
 .
  * Divide the terminal into a hierarchy of nested, possibly-overlapping
    rectangular windows
  * Render output content and react to input events independently in any
    window region
  * Use fully Unicode-aware string content, including non-BMP, full-width
    and combining characters
  * Draw line-art using Unicode box-drawing characters in a variety of
    styles
  * Operate synchronously or asynchronously via file descriptors, or
    abstractly via byte buffers
  * Recognise arbitrary keyboard input, including modifiers*
  * Make use of multiple terminals, if available, from a single
    application
 .
 The following terminal features are supported (depending on terminal support):
 .
  * Many rendering attributes; bold, italics, underline, reverse,
  * strike-though, alternate font
  * 256 and 24-bit (16 million) colours
  * Mouse including mouse wheel and recognition of position reporting greater
  * than 224 columns
  * Arbitrary scrolling regions
 .
 This package contains the header files and libraries needed for developing
 with libtickit.

libtickit2: Terminal Interface Construction KIT

 This library provides an abstracted mechanism for building interactive
 full-screen terminal programs. It provides a full set of output drawing
 functions, and handles keyboard and mouse input events.

libtickit2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libtickit2