(new) kbluetooth_0.4.2-1.debian.tar.gz optional net
(new) kbluetooth_0.4.2-1.dsc optional net
(new) kbluetooth_0.4.2-1_amd64.deb optional net
KDE Bluetooth Framework
 The KDE Bluetooth Framework is a set of tools built on top of Linux' Bluetooth
 stack BlueZ. It provides easy access to the most common Bluetooth profiles and
 makes data exchange with Bluetooth devices like phones and PDAs as
 straightforward as possible.
(new) kbluetooth_0.4.2.orig.tar.gz optional net
  to main/k/kbluetooth/kdebluetooth_0.4.2-1_all.deb
Changes: kbluetooth (1:0.4.2-1) experimental; urgency=low
  * New upstream release - Imported upstream version 0.4.2
  [ Didier Raboud ]
  * Change Homepage from SourceForge to KDE-Apps.org
  * Bump Standards-Version, no changes needed.
  * Merge from Ubuntu:
    - Raise an exception and exit when DBus is unavailable rather than
      crashing (LP: #139154)
    - Bump kdelibs5-dev build-dep version to 4.3.4 or higher for the above
    - Refresh kubuntu_01_document_path.diff patch
  [ Fathi Boudra ]
  * Switch to dpkg-source 3.0 (quilt) format
  * Update debian/control:
    - Bump build dependencies versions (debhelper and pkg-kde-tools)
    - Remove quilt build dependency
    - Use net section instead of kde
    - Rename kdebluetooth in line with upstream to kbluetooth
    - Add kdebluetooth transitional package
    - Remove python dependencies.
  * Update debian/rules:
    - Enable parallel build (pass --parallel option to dh)
    - Use kde sequence addon (pass --with kde option to dh)
  * Remove kblueplugd and kblueplugd.desktop as they are replaced by
    autostart file
  * Merge from Ubuntu:
    - Add kubuntu_02_autostart.diff patch
    - Don't depend on the bluetooth metapackage, but instead on the individual
      packages (bluez, bluez-alsa and bluez-cups).
      bluetooth also includes bluez-gstreamer which is undesirable for KDE
    - Add build-depend on shard-desktop-ontologies for Nepomuk support
      (LP: #354860)

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