Updating package to debhelper 9.
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1Source: openbox
2Section: x11
3Priority: optional
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4Maintainer: Debian LXDE Maintainers <lxde-debian@lists.lxde.org>
5Uploaders:
6 Andrew Lee (李健秋) <ajqlee@debian.org>, Daniel Baumann <daniel@debian.org>
abce6613 7Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 9), gettext, libstartup-notification0-dev, libxrender-dev, pkg-config, libglib2.0-dev, libxml2-dev (>= 2.6.0), perl, libxt-dev, libxinerama-dev, libxrandr-dev, libpango1.0-dev, libx11-dev, autoconf, automake1.9, python-xdg, libimlib2-dev, dh-autoreconf, autopoint
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8Standards-Version: 3.9.3
9Homepage: http://www.openbox.org
10Vcs-Browser: http://svn.debian.org/viewsvn/collab-maint/deb-maint/openbox/trunk
11Vcs-Svn: svn://svn.debian.org/svn/collab-maint/deb-maint/openbox
12
13Package: openbox
14Architecture: any
15Provides: x-window-manager, x-session-manager
16Pre-Depends: ${misc:Pre-Depends}
17Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
18Recommends: openbox-themes, obconf
19Suggests: menu, ttf-dejavu, python, libxml2-dev
20Breaks: menu (<< 2.1.12)
21Description: standards compliant, fast, light-weight, extensible window manager
22 Openbox works with your applications, and makes your desktop easier to manage.
23 This is because the approach to its development was the opposite of what seems
24 to be the general case for window managers. Openbox was written first to
25 comply with standards and to work properly. Only when that was in place did
26 the team turn to the visual interface.
27 .
28 Openbox is fully functional as a stand-alone working environment, or can be
29 used as a drop-in replacement for the default window manager in the GNOME or
30 KDE desktop environments.
31 .
32 Openbox 3 is a completely new breed of window manager. It is not based upon
33 any existing code base, although the visual appearance has been based upon
34 that of Blackbox. Openbox 2 was based on the Blackbox 0.65.0 codebase.
35 .
36 Some of the things to look for in Openbox are:
37 .
38 * ICCCM and EWMH compliance!
39 * Very fast
40 * Chainable key bindings
41 * Customizable mouse actions
42 * Window resistance
43 * Multi-head Xinerama support!
44 * Pipe menus
45
46Package: gnome-panel-control
47Architecture: any
48Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
49Description: command line utility to invoke GNOME panel run dialog/menu
50 gnome-panel-control can be used to invoke the GNOME panel run or main
51 menu from the command line. This is originally a helper utility of openbox
52 since gnome-panel is no longer managing its own key bindings.
53
54Package: libobt0
55Section: libs
56Architecture: any
57Conflicts: libobparser15, libobparser16
58Replaces: libobparser15, libobparser16
59Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
60Description: parsing library for openbox
61 Openbox works with your applications, and makes your desktop easier to manage.
62 This is because the approach to its development was the opposite of what seems
63 to be the general case for window managers. Openbox was written first to
64 comply with standards and to work properly. Only when that was in place did
65 the team turn to the visual interface.
66 .
67 Openbox is fully functional as a stand-alone working environment, or can be
68 used as a drop-in replacement for the default window manager in the GNOME or
69 KDE desktop environments.
70 .
71 Openbox 3 is a completely new breed of window manager. It is not based upon
72 any existing code base, although the visual appearance has been based upon
73 that of Blackbox. Openbox 2 was based on the Blackbox 0.65.0 codebase.
74 .
75 This package contains the libobt library files used by openbox
76 to load and parse configuration and theme files of openbox.
77
78Package: libobrender27
79Section: libs
80Architecture: any
81Conflicts: libobrender15, libobrender16
82Replaces: libobrender15, libobrender16
83Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
84Description: rendering library for openbox themes
85 Openbox works with your applications, and makes your desktop easier to manage.
86 This is because the approach to its development was the opposite of what seems
87 to be the general case for window managers. Openbox was written first to
88 comply with standards and to work properly. Only when that was in place did
89 the team turn to the visual interface.
90 .
91 Openbox is fully functional as a stand-alone working environment, or can be
92 used as a drop-in replacement for the default window manager in the GNOME or
93 KDE desktop environments.
94 .
95 Openbox 3 is a completely new breed of window manager. It is not based upon
96 any existing code base, although the visual appearance has been based upon
97 that of Blackbox. Openbox 2 was based on the Blackbox 0.65.0 codebase.
98 .
99 This package contains the libobrender library files used by openbox
100 for theme rendering.
101
102Package: openbox-dev
103Section: libdevel
104Architecture: any
105Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}, libobrender27 (= ${binary:Version}), libobt0 (= ${binary:Version}), libxml2-dev, libglib2.0-dev, libpango1.0-dev, libimlib2-dev
106Description: development files for the openbox window manager
107 Openbox works with your applications, and makes your desktop easier to manage.
108 This is because the approach to its development was the opposite of what seems
109 to be the general case for window managers. Openbox was written first to
110 comply with standards and to work properly. Only when that was in place did
111 the team turn to the visual interface.
112 .
113 Openbox is fully functional as a stand-alone working environment, or can be
114 used as a drop-in replacement for the default window manager in the GNOME or
115 KDE desktop environments.
116 .
117 Openbox 3 is a completely new breed of window manager. It is not based upon
118 any existing code base, although the visual appearance has been based upon
119 that of Blackbox. Openbox 2 was based on the Blackbox 0.65.0 codebase.
120 .
121 This package contains the development headers for building openbox stuff.