Comment 5 for bug 636854

Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

This bug was fixed in the package software-center - 3.0.5

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software-center (3.0.5) maverick-proposed; urgency=low

  [ Andrea Cimitan ]
  * fix rendering with Ambiance theme (LP: #635208)

  [ Kiwinote ]
  * softwarecenter/app.py:
    - support launching apturls via alt+F2 in gnome (LP: #653889)
  * softwarecenter/db/update.py:
    - use 'X-GNOME-FullName' rather than 'Name', when available (LP: #651260)
      (test case: software-center cheese empathy evolution gwibber)
  * softwarecenter/view/appview.py:
    - unblock pkg if transaction is cancelled (LP: #652903)
      (test case: launch s-c with a list view, choose a pkg, click install,
       cancel auth, click install again, install should work as normal)
  * softwarecenter/view/availablepane.py:
    - don't show 'hide 1 technical item' in featured category (LP: #651236)
      (test case: browse to featured category (by clicking 'all'))
    - don't show 'hide technical items' in system category, as we don't
      have any apps to show (LP: #636854)
      (test case: browse to 'System' category)
  * softwarecenter/view/historypane.py:
    - correctly split pkgnames for pkg transactions dated before 28-ish July
      (LP: #651241)
      (test case: view transaction in history pane dated pre 28 July)
  * softwarecenter/view/viewswitcher.py:
    - emit 'transactions-changed' signal after connecting to the backend so
      that we display any pending transactions (LP: #652927)
      (see bug report for test case)

  [ Michael Vogt ]
  * softwarecenter/backend/aptd.py:
    - use keyserver.ubuntu.com on port 80 by default to avoid problems
      on machines that filter the port 11371
  * softwarecenter/backend/restfulclient.py, softwarecenter/enums.py:
    - use plain http for the "what-is-available" API call
  * send user default language for "/apps" and "/subscription" requests
    now that the server is ready for this
 -- Michael Vogt <email address hidden> Wed, 13 Oct 2010 16:13:10 +0200