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carnil pushed a change to annotated tag debian/2%1.222-1+deb6u1
in repository libgtk2-perl.

        at  39cfd58   (tag)
   tagging  9408f42fc37c94964ead2b90a93501efceda9163 (commit)
 tagged by  Salvatore Bonaccorso
        on  Sat Feb 28 17:45:13 2015 +0100

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Debian release 2:1.222-1+deb6u1

Damyan Ivanov (1):
      MASS COMMIT: add -a option to xvfb-run invocation

Gregor Herrmann (20):
      debian/copyright: s/2\.1/2.1+/
      releasing version 1:1.212-1
      back to UNRELEASED, PROBLEM added to changelog
      debian/rules: unset GTK_IM_MODULE for tests; t/GtkIMContext.t fails
      * Drop version from perl build dependency
      releasing version 1:1.221-2
      New patch gtkprintsettings_default_return_values to handle changed return
      releasing version 1:1.221-4
      New patches git-fix-gtkassistant.patch and git-fix-gtkbuildable.patch:
      Set Standards-Version to 3.8.4 (no changes).
      Convert to source format 3.0 (quilt). Remove quilt framework.
      add NOTE to changelog
      releasing version 1:1.221-5
      Update years of upstream copyright.
      Set Standards-Version to 3.9.0 (no changes).
      Remove Conflicts against old libgtk2-perl-doc version from libgtk2-perl.
      releasing version 1:1.230-1
      debian/{rules,control}: don't run tests that require an X server;
      releasing version 1:1.230-2
      refresh patches with our 'typical' .quiltrc settings; timestamps in 
patches are not nice for the future

Jeffrey Ratcliffe (10):
      [svn-upgrade] Integrating new upstream version, libgtk2-perl (1.222)
      Update to 1.222
      Refreshed debian/patches/try-to-fix-recent-chooser-tests
      Updated watchfile to only report stable releases
      Update dependency libglib-perl (>= 1:1.223)
      Bumped standards
      Install Changelog-pre-git
      Corrected libglib-perl dependency
      Mention epoch in changelog

Jonathan Yu (3):
      [svn-upgrade] Integrating new upstream version, libgtk2-perl (1.230)
      New upstream release
      * Add myself to Uploaders and Copyright

Ryan Niebur (67):
      [svn-inject] Installing original source of libgtk2-perl
      [svn-inject] Applying Debian modifications to trunk
      Document the takeover
      [packagecheck] fixed Vcs-(Svn|Browser)/Homepage field(s) in 
debian/control and/or URL in debian/watch and/or rmdir /usr/{lib|share}/perl5 
in debian/rules.
      change uploaders
      convert to quilt
      [svn-upgrade] Integrating new upstream version, libgtk2-perl (1.210)
      New upstream release
      refreshed quilt patches
      bring versioned dep up; requires newer glib
      close bug
      fix homepages
      add README.source to packages that need it
      debhelper 7
      install examples
      install NEWS and TODO
      no longer needed
      run tests under xvfb-run, so that most of the tests are actually ran
      add pango to depends
      add build dep on libpango-perl
      apply the patches
      clean up changelog
      machine readable copyright format
      fill in missing information
      ready for upload
      no, not ready
      add binary-indep target
      no examples in libgtk2-perl
      [svn-upgrade] Integrating new upstream version, libgtk2-perl (1.211)
      new version
      fix more tests
      [svn-upgrade] Integrating new upstream version, libgtk2-perl (1.212)
      new upstream release
      remove patches that are fixed upstream
      versioned dependencies on Glib
      * (build)-depend on shared-mime-info (Closes: #518293)
      force the new version of pango
      fix pod
      ready for upload
      no, not ready
      use the glib patch to add whatis entries
      policy 3.8.1, update libglib-perl build depencies to be versioned for the 
man page patch, all 3 packages ready for upload
      not needed
      Try to fix #519864 (FTBFS, probably a race condition)
      ready for upload
      [svn-upgrade] Integrating new upstream version, libgtk2-perl (1.220)
      New upstream release
      remove fix-number-of-style-tests patch, it's fixed upstream
      update dependencies for newer versions of Pango and Glib
      no, it's not
      err, commit the right patch
      Try to fix the failing tests again
      ready for upload, I guess...
      Fix the number of GtkStyle tests correctly
      Disable the GtkRecentChooser tests, they have some sort of race condition 
(Closes: #519864)
      changelog, ready for upload for real this time
      disable the failing tests, I think there's a problem in the tests..
      applied upstream
      [svn-upgrade] Integrating new upstream version, libgtk2-perl (1.221)
      * New upstream release
      remove fix-bindings-tests and fix-number-of-style-tests patches,
      disable try-to-fix-recent-chooser-tests and disable-socket-plug-
      Ready for upload.
      enable the try-to-fix-recent-chooser-tests, the tests still fail
      mass updated ryan52's email address

Salvatore Bonaccorso (20):
      * Add myself to Uploaders.
      refresh patch
      do some more test first (-> UNRELEASED)
      forwarded bug
      ready for review
      Add patch to fix test failures in GtkAction.t. Don't make assumptions
      Refresh debian/copyright to revision 135 of Format-Specification for
      fix typo in headers
      ready for review
      Bump versioned (Build-)Depends on libglib-perl (>= 1:1.230).
      debian/patches: Drop gtktreeview_expand.patch applied upstream.
      debian/patches: t/GtkPrintSettings.t fixed upstream, drop
      * debian/patches:
      Drop git-fix-test-failures-gtkaction.patch. t/GtkAction.t
      Drop the (disabled) disable-socket-plug-tests patch completely.
      add patch headers for fix-pod
      bugreport forwaded
      add patch headers
      Add DEP3 conforming patch headers to debian/patches patches.

Thorsten Alteholz (1):
      Imported Debian patch 2:1.222-1+deb6u1


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