pidgin 1:2.14.7-2ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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pidgin (1:2.14.7-2ubuntu1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * Minimize delta with Debian: remaining changes:
    - Bump epoch (change committed on git)
    - add unity integration
    - make libpurple-dev multiarch (not tagged ad such since
      it still requires work on plugins)
    - update preferences file.
    - add Ubuntu patches:
      - 04_let_crasher_for_apport.patch
      - 05_default_to_irc_ubuntu_com.patch
      - 10_docklet_default_off.patch
      - 11_buddy_list_really_show.patch
      - 13_sounds_and_timers.patch
      - 60_1024x600_gtkpounce.c.patch
      - 60_1024x600_gtkprefs.c.patch
      - pounce-webview.patch

pidgin (2.14.7-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Backport fix for XMPP double free (Closes: 995370)

pidgin (2.14.7-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 2.14.7 (Closes: 995042)
    - Various fixes for issues found by fuzzing.
    - Replace newlines in topics with spaces. (PIDGIN-16704) (RR 730) (Gary
      Kramlich)
    - Added support for the no_proxy environment variable. (PIDGIN-17518)
      (RR #667) (Alynx Zhou and Gary Kramlich)
    - Fix an out of bounds write in purple_markup_linkify. (RR 781) (Thomas
      Roth, Dominik Maier, and Fabian Freyer)
    - XMPP: Enable session management after binding a resource.
      (PIDGIN-17520) (RR 759) (defanor)
    - Made the project scan-build clean. (RR #692-705, #707-714, #716-#719)
      (Gary Kramlich)
    - Disabled UPnP and NAT-PMP by default for new user. (RR #706) (Gary
      Kramlich)
    - Changed the default server to irc.libera.chat. (RR #675) (Gary Kramlich)
    - Install our AppData file into the $prefix/share/metainfo. (RR 607)
      (Lars Wendler)
    - Removed the AIM protocol plugin. AIM has been shut down since December
      15th of 2017. We left it around because of a third party server, but our
      plugin no longer works with it. (RR #598) (Gary Kramlich)
    - Fix an issue with opening link in Firefox. (RR #503) (PIDGIN-16589)
    - Fix a regression from 2.14.0 where extra whitespace would be displayed
      when pasting <p> elements from HTML. (RR #504) (PIDGIN-17437)
    - Fix an issue where pasting <hr>'s and other HTML elements would
      eventually lead to a crash. (RR #514) (PIDGIN-17446)
  * Symlink to devhelp docs

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Fri, 15 Oct 2021 00:03:55 +0200

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finch: text-based multi-protocol instant messaging client

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 AIM/ICQ, IRC, Jabber/XMPP/Google Talk, Napster, Zephyr, Gadu-Gadu,
 Bonjour, Groupwise, Sametime, and SIMPLE.
 .
 Some extra packages are suggested to use increased functionality:
  * libx11-6
    - To use the Clipboard and/or Toaster plugins.

finch-dbgsym: debug symbols for finch
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 This package contains the headers and other development files not included in
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libpurple-bin: multi-protocol instant messaging library - extra utilities

 This package contains the utilities not included in the main libpurple0
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libpurple-dev: multi-protocol instant messaging library - development files

 This package contains the headers and other development files not included in
 the main libpurple0 package. Install this if you wish to compile your own
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 libpurple.

libpurple0: multi-protocol instant messaging library

 libpurple is a library intended to be used by programmers seeking
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 Currently supported are:
 AIM/ICQ, IRC, Jabber/XMPP/Google Talk, Napster, Zephyr, Gadu-Gadu,
 Bonjour, Groupwise, Sametime, and SIMPLE.
 .
 Some extra packages are suggested to use increased functionality:
  * libtcl8.6, libtk8.6:
    - Support for writing plugins with Tcl/Tk

libpurple0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpurple0
pidgin: graphical multi-protocol instant messaging client

 Pidgin is a graphical, modular instant messaging client capable of using
 multiple networks at once. Currently supported are:
 AIM/ICQ, IRC, Jabber/XMPP/Google Talk, Napster, Zephyr, Gadu-Gadu,
 Bonjour, Groupwise, Sametime, and SIMPLE.
 .
 Some extra packages are suggested to use increased functionality:
  * gnome-panel | kdebase-workspace-bin | docker:
    - To use the system tray icon functionality (minimizing to an icon, having
      the icon blink when there are new messages, etc.)
  * libsqlite3-0:
    - To use Contact Availability Prediction plugin

pidgin-data: multi-protocol instant messaging client - data files

 This package contains architecture-independent supporting data files
 required for use with pidgin, such as documentation, icons, translations,
 and sounds.

pidgin-dbgsym: debug symbols for pidgin
pidgin-dev: multi-protocol instant messaging client - development files

 This package contains the headers and other development files not included in
 the main pidgin package. Install this if you wish to compile your own plugins.
 .
 If you are creating a pidgin plugin package, please be sure to read
 /usr/share/doc/pidgin-dev/README.Debian.dev after installing pidgin-dev.