thunderbird-testsuite_38.6.0+build1-0ubuntu1_i386.deb


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Description

thunderbird-testsuite - Email, RSS and newsgroup client - testsuite

Distribution: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus)
Repository: Ubuntu Universe i386
Package name: thunderbird-testsuite
Package version: 38.6.0+build1
Package release: 0ubuntu1
Package architecture: i386
Package type: deb
Installed size: 119 B
Download size: 8.72 KB
Official Mirror: archive.ubuntu.com
Thunderbird is a full-featured email, RSS and newsgroup client that makes emailing safer, faster and easier than ever before. It supports different mail accounts (POP, IMAP, Gmail), has a simple mail account setup wizard, one- click address book, tabbed interface, an integrated learning spam filter, advanced search and indexing capabilities, and offers easy organization of mails with tagging and virtual folders. It also features unrivalled extensibility. This package contains the Thunderbird testsuite

Requires

    Download

    Source package: thunderbird

    Install Howto

    1. Update the package index:
      # sudo apt-get update
    2. Install thunderbird-testsuite deb package:
      # sudo apt-get install thunderbird-testsuite

    Files

    • /usr/share/doc/thunderbird-testsuite/changelog.Debian.gz
    • /usr/share/doc/thunderbird-testsuite/copyright
    • /usr/share/lintian/overrides/thunderbird-testsuite

    Changelog

    2016-02-19 - Chris Coulson <chris.coulson@canonical.com> thunderbird (1:38.6.0+build1-0ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium * New upstream stable release (THUNDERBIRD_38_6_0_BUILD1) - see USN-2904-1

    2016-01-06 - Chris Coulson <chris.coulson@canonical.com> thunderbird (1:38.5.1+build2-0ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium * New upstream stable release (THUNDERBIRD_38_5_1_BUILD2) - see USN-2859-1

    2015-11-25 - Chris Coulson <chris.coulson@canonical.com> thunderbird (1:38.4.0+build3-0ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium * New upstream stable release (THUNDERBIRD_38_4_0_BUILD3) - see USN-2819-1

    2015-10-14 - Chris Coulson <chris.coulson@canonical.com> thunderbird (1:38.3.0+build1-0ubuntu2) wily; urgency=medium * Ensure the autopkgtests don't run, The testsuite package has been empty for a while because the tests have bitrotted a lot - remove debian/tests/control - update debian/build/rules.mk * Backport 45ecf64767d6 to fix libjpeg build on AArch64 - add debian/patches/libjpeg-turbo-arm64-fix.patch - update debian/patches/series

    2015-09-30 - Chris Coulson <chris.coulson@canonical.com> thunderbird (1:38.3.0+build1-0ubuntu1) wily; urgency=medium * New upstream stable release (THUNDERBIRD_38_3_0_BUILD1) - see USN-2754-1 * Disable the crash reporter as symbol uploads are currently broken. This means that Apport will be catching crashes for now

    2015-08-17 - Chris Coulson <chris.coulson@canonical.com> thunderbird (1:38.2.0+build1-0ubuntu1) wily; urgency=medium * New upstream stable release (THUNDERBIRD_38_2_0_BUILD1) - see USN-2712-1 * Switch to comm-esr38 - update debian/config/branch.mk * Don't hardcode -mfloat-abi=softfp in libvpx - add debian/patches/dont-hardcode-softfp-on-armhf.patch - update debian/patches/series * Drop debian/patches/no_neon_on_arm.patch. This shouldn't beneeded anymore, because: - since it was added, most code that uses NEON intrinsics and assembly code using NEON instructions is disabled if the target is < armv7 - Code that uses NEON intrinsics, when compiled, is hidden behind a runtime check (so doesn't run on systems that don't support those instructions). - Code in media/libvpx unconditionally compiles code that uses NEON intrinsics anyway, even if the target is < armv7 (but the code is compiled with -march=armv7-a and is hidden behind a runtime check for NEON support) * Refresh patches - update debian/patches/dont-include-hyphenation-patterns.patch - update debian/patches/unity-menubar.patch * Don't try to download python-blessings from the network - use the in-tree copy - add debian/patches/dont-install-blessings-from-network.patch - update debian/patches/series * Add Welsh, Lower Sorbian and Upper Sorbian language packs * Disable all of the testsuite related patches and don't install anything in to the testsuite package for now. The patches have all bit-rotted, we're not running any tests and nobody is driving that anymore * Don't clone the nightly profile from the default profile at startup - update debian/thunderbird.sh.in * Don't use --with-app-basename to create the co-installable nightly build as it's not useful anymore, and changing the application name to "Thunderbird-Trunk" has always been problematic for code / addons that check the appname. Continue to use --with-app-name as before (which just changes the install name and the remoting name), and add a patch to introduce --with-app-profile, which allows us to change the profile location - update debian/build/rules.mk - update debian/build/config.mk - update debian/config/mozconfig.in - update debian/rules - add debian/patches/support-coinstallable-trunk-build.patch - add debian/patches/set-prgname-to-remoting-name.patch - update debian/patches/series * Drop debian/patches/revert-removal-of-native-notifications.patch - fixed upstream * Reenable system alerts, which were disabled upstream - update debian/vendor.js

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