pulseaudio 1:12.99.2-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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pulseaudio (1:12.99.2-1ubuntu1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * Merged Debian version 12.99.2-1 (prerelease 9b91334fd).
  * Drop upstreamed patches:
    - volume-test.patch
    - Don-t-compile-with-ffast-math.patch
    - steelseries.3.83675b374.patch
    - steelseries.4.fe6a9a8f5.patch
    - steelseries.5.3454c19f3.patch
    - 0800-stream-restore-Don-t-restore-if-the-active_port-is-P.patch
  * Refreshed Ubuntu patches:
    - 0016-nodisplay-autostart.patch
    - 0022-inotify-wrapper-Quit-daemon-if-pid-file-is-removed.patch
    - 0407-access-Add-access-control-hooks.patch
    - 0408-protocol-native-add-access-checks.patch
    - 0409-pa-client-peer-credentials.patch
    - 0700-modules-add-snappy-policy-module.patch

pulseaudio (12.99.2-1) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 12.99.2
    - Fixes FTBFS with gcc-9. (Closes: #925807)
    - Drop all patches, applied upstream
  * Remove autopoint override.
    Since version 12, regular intltool is used, not gtkdocize

pulseaudio (12.2-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Pick upstream patch fixing mute state restoring (Closes: #913102)

pulseaudio (12.2-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Jan Graichen ]
  * Load correct profile for Arctis 7 and Arctis Pro headsets.
    (Closes: #918067)

pulseaudio (12.2-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Joseph Herlant ]
  * d/changelog & d/control: Remove trailing whitespaces

  [ Felipe Sateler ]
  * Backport upstream patches for better Arctis headset support
    (Closes: #918067)
  * Ship link from /etc/alsa/conf.d/pulse.conf to /usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf.d/pulse.conf.
    Upstream alsa decided to stop supporting the /usr path (Closes: #915696)
  * Don't compile with -ffast-math.
    This flag results in calls to (at least) isfinite() and isnan() becoming
    skipped, and a constant false returned. (Closes: #916504)

 -- Daniel van Vugt <email address hidden>  Tue, 20 Aug 2019 17:08:14 +0800

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libpulse-dev: PulseAudio client development headers and libraries

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 Headers and libraries for developing applications that access a PulseAudio
 sound server via PulseAudio's native interface.

libpulse-mainloop-glib0: PulseAudio client libraries (glib support)

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 Client libraries used by applications that access a PulseAudio sound server
 via PulseAudio's native interface.
 .
 This package adds support for glib2 client applications.

libpulse-mainloop-glib0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpulse-mainloop-glib0
libpulse0: PulseAudio client libraries

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 Client libraries used by applications that access a PulseAudio sound server
 via PulseAudio's native interface.

libpulse0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpulse0
libpulsedsp: PulseAudio OSS pre-load library

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 This package provides the pre-load library used to redirect applications
 using OSS through pulseaudio.

libpulsedsp-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpulsedsp
pulseaudio: PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 These are some of PulseAudio's features:
 .
   * High quality software mixing of multiple audio streams with support for
     more than one sink/source. May be used to combine multiple sound cards
     into one (with sample rate adjustment).
 .
   * Wide range of supported client libraries. ESD, ALSA, oss, libao and
     GStreamer client applications are supported as-is. Native PulseAudio
     plug-ins are also available for xmms and mplayer.
 .
   * Good low latency behaviour and very accurate latency measurement for
     playback and recording. Ability to fully synchronize multiple playback
     streams.
 .
   * Network transparency, allowing an application to play back or record
     audio on a different machine than the one it is running on.
 .
   * Extensible plug-in architecture with plug-ins for jackd, multicast-rtp
     lirc and avahi, just to name a few.
 .
 This package contains the daemon and basic module set.

pulseaudio-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio
pulseaudio-equalizer: Equalizer sink module for PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 This package provides an equalizer sink and an interface to configure the
 equalizer, qpaeq.
 .
 The module is called module-equalizer-sink.

pulseaudio-equalizer-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio-equalizer
pulseaudio-module-bluetooth: Bluetooth module for PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 This module enables PulseAudio to work with bluetooth devices, like headset
 or audio gateway.
 .
 The module is called module-bluetooth

pulseaudio-module-bluetooth-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio-module-bluetooth
pulseaudio-module-gsettings: GSettings module for PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 This module enables PulseAudio to store additional configuration in GSettings.
 It supersedes the gconf module.
 .
 The module is called module-gsettings.

pulseaudio-module-gsettings-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio-module-gsettings
pulseaudio-module-jack: jackd modules for PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 These modules enables PulseAudio to connect to a jackd daemon.
 .
 The modules are called module-jack-sink, module-jack-source.

pulseaudio-module-jack-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio-module-jack
pulseaudio-module-lirc: lirc module for PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 This module enables the volume of a PulseAudio sink to be controlled when
 buttons of an infrared remote control are pressed (through LIRC).
 .
 The module is called module-lirc.

pulseaudio-module-lirc-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio-module-lirc
pulseaudio-module-raop: RAOP module for PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 This module enables PulseAudio to stream audio to an Apple Airport Express.

pulseaudio-module-raop-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio-module-raop
pulseaudio-module-zeroconf: Zeroconf module for PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 This module enables PulseAudio to publish available sinks and sources via
 zeroconf (aka. Avahi, mdns).
 .
 The module is called module-zeroconf-publish.

pulseaudio-module-zeroconf-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio-module-zeroconf
pulseaudio-utils: Command line tools for the PulseAudio sound server

 PulseAudio, previously known as Polypaudio, is a sound server for POSIX and
 WIN32 systems. It is a drop in replacement for the ESD sound server with
 much better latency, mixing/re-sampling quality and overall architecture.
 .
 These tools provide command line access to various features of the
 PulseAudio sound server. Included tools are:
 .
   paplay - Playback a WAV file via a PulseAudio sink.
   pacat - Cat raw audio data to a PulseAudio sink.
   parec - Cat raw audio data from a PulseAudio source.
   pacmd - Connect to PulseAudio's built-in command line control interface.
   pactl - Send a control command to a PulseAudio server.
   padsp - /dev/dsp wrapper to transparently support OSS applications.
   pax11publish - Store/retrieve PulseAudio default server/sink/source
                  settings in the X11 root window.

pulseaudio-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for pulseaudio-utils