xsane 0.999-3ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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xsane (0.999-3ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - debian/control:
      + Drop iceweasel from Recommends.
    - debian/patches/pot_desktop_msgid.patch:
      + Add .desktop file Name and Comment to the POT.
      + Add gettext domain to get language support.
      + Use generic scanner icon instead of outdated/confusing
        xsane icon.
      + Add some translations.
  * debian/control:
    - Build-Depends on libjpeg-dev instead of libjpeg62-turbo-dev.

 -- Artur Rona <email address hidden>  Sat, 02 Jan 2016 23:02:14 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Artur Rona on 2016-01-02
Uploaded to:
Xenial
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
any all
Section:
graphics
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

xsane: featureful graphical frontend for SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy)

 xsane can be run as a stand-alone program or through the GIMP image
 manipulation program. In stand-alone mode, xsane can save an image
 to a file in a variety of image formats, serve as a frontend to a
 fax program, or send an image to a printer.
 .
 SANE stands for "Scanner Access Now Easy" and is an application
 programming interface (API) that provides standardized access to any
 raster image scanner hardware (flatbed scanner, hand-held scanner,
 video- and still-cameras, frame-grabbers, etc.). The SANE standard is
 free and its discussion and development are open to everybody. The
 current source code is written to support several operating systems,
 including GNU/Linux, OS/2, Win32 and various Unices and is available
 under the GNU General Public License (commercial applications and
 backends are welcome, too, however).

xsane-common: xsane architecture independent files

 xsane can be run as a stand-alone program or through the GIMP image
 manipulation program. In stand-alone mode, xsane can save an image
 to a file in a variety of image formats, serve as a frontend to a
 fax program, or send an image to a printer.
 .
 This package contains architecture-independent files needed by xsane
 (locales, help).

xsane-dbg: featureful graphical frontend for SANE (Debug files)

 xsane can be run as a stand-alone program or through the GIMP image
 manipulation program. In stand-alone mode, xsane can save an image
 to a file in a variety of image formats, serve as a frontend to a
 fax program, or send an image to a printer.
 .
 SANE stands for "Scanner Access Now Easy" and is an application
 programming interface (API) that provides standardized access to any
 raster image scanner hardware (flatbed scanner, hand-held scanner,
 video- and still-cameras, frame-grabbers, etc.). The SANE standard is
 free and its discussion and development are open to everybody. The
 current source code is written to support several operating systems,
 including GNU/Linux, OS/2, Win32 and various Unices and is available
 under the GNU General Public License (commercial applications and
 backends are welcome, too, however).
 .
 This package contains debug files needed by xsane.

xsane-dbgsym: debug symbols for package xsane

 xsane can be run as a stand-alone program or through the GIMP image
 manipulation program. In stand-alone mode, xsane can save an image
 to a file in a variety of image formats, serve as a frontend to a
 fax program, or send an image to a printer.
 .
 SANE stands for "Scanner Access Now Easy" and is an application
 programming interface (API) that provides standardized access to any
 raster image scanner hardware (flatbed scanner, hand-held scanner,
 video- and still-cameras, frame-grabbers, etc.). The SANE standard is
 free and its discussion and development are open to everybody. The
 current source code is written to support several operating systems,
 including GNU/Linux, OS/2, Win32 and various Unices and is available
 under the GNU General Public License (commercial applications and
 backends are welcome, too, however).