xcb-proto 1.7-1 source package in Ubuntu

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xcb-proto (1.7-1) unstable; urgency=low


  [ Arnaud Fontaine ]
  * Switch from deprecated python-support to dh_python2.
  * Revert source format change.

  [ Christopher James Halse Rogers ]
  * Point VCS-Git at the correct repositories, and drop unnecessary XS- prefix.

  [ Timo Aaltonen ]
  * New upstream release.

  [ Cyril Brulebois ]
  * Add myself to Uploaders.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.2 (no changes needed).

 -- Arnaud Fontaine <email address hidden>  Wed, 25 Jan 2012 14:26:55 +0900

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Uploaded by:
XCB Developers on 2012-01-25
Uploaded to:
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Original maintainer:
XCB Developers
Architectures:
all
Section:
libdevel
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Precise release on 2012-01-28 main libdevel

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xcb-proto: X C Binding - protocol descriptions

 xcb-proto contains descriptions of the X Window System core protocol and
 selected extensions in an XML-based data format. The X C Binding (XCB)
 library uses these descriptions to generate much of its code. You only need
 this package if you want to compile XCB or otherwise make use of these
 protocol descriptions.
 .
 The XCB library provides an interface to the X Window System protocol,
 designed to replace the Xlib interface. XCB provides several advantages over
 Xlib:
 .
  * Size: small library and lower memory footprint
  * Latency hiding: batch several requests and wait for the replies later
  * Direct protocol access: one-to-one mapping between interface and protocol
  * Thread support: access XCB from multiple threads, with no explicit locking
  * Easy creation of new extensions: automatically generates interface from
    machine-parsable protocol descriptions