** Description changed:
Built for all supported architectures. In sync with Debian.
gvfs 1.10 added libbluray support 7 years ago. Although enabled in Debian
then too, we haven't been able to enable it in Ubuntu because libbluray is not
Before that point, gvfs did support Blu-ray but it wasn't as effective
as using the library.
Note that libbluray does not do decryption; the library allows for
showing metadata (title, cover art, etc.) for Blu-ray discs.
Both security issues in Debian's tracker are about the BD-J package
which we are not requesting be promoted to main (see Dependencies
- Subscribe the Desktop Bugs and Desktop Packages teams?
- No tests
- No autopkgtests
We only need the libbluray-dev and libbluray2 binary packages in main.
We do not need either libbluray-bin or libbluray-bdj.
If this MIR is approved, we should drop libbluray2's Recommends on
libaacs0 to Suggests since I believe it's unnecessary here.
- 4.1.2, debhelper compat 10, dh7 simple rules
+ 4.1.3, debhelper compat 11, dh7 simple rules
Maintained in Debian by the Debian Multimedia Team.
Packaging is at
Every Ubuntu desktop flavor besides Ubuntu itself includes libbluray.
Here's the gvfs commit to switch to libbluray:
libbluray API docs:
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