hplip 0.9.11-2ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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hplip (0.9.11-2ubuntu2) edgy; urgency=low

  * Convert to updated Python policy.
  * Run hpiod as root.

hplip (0.9.11-2ubuntu1) edgy; urgency=low

  * Resynchronize with Debian unstable.

hplip (0.9.11-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * dpatch 00_01_upstream-0.9.11-2 (new): HPLIP 0.9.11-2
    + Fixed an intermittent auto duplex problem with HPIJS
      (closes: #360017)
    + Add some missing PSC 950 model entries in models.xml
    + Fixed some NDEBUG compiler issues (Debian)
    + Fixed some gcc 4.1 compiler issues (Debian)
  * dpatch 20_fix-asserts (remove): accepted upstream
  * dpatch 30_gcc4.1-fixes (remove): accepted upstream
  * dpatch 50_doc-location (remove): superseeded by dpatch
    50_ui-supportform-cleanups
  * dpatch 50_ui-supportform-cleanups (new): Remove useless README pane
    in hp-toolbox support form, fix the URIs to have ending slashes, and
    some other cosmetic fixes
  * dpatch 55_ui-supportform-debian (new): Add Debian pane to hp-toolbox
    support form

hplip (0.9.11-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * The "Eating hedgehogs ain't smart" release
  * New upstream version:
    * HPLIP 0.9.11:
      + Changed hp-sendfax behavior: Now hp-sendfax must be run before
        print jobs can be printed to a fax queue
      + Completely revamped the email alert system (now uses sendmail
        rather than a SMTP server)
      + Changed hpssd so that it will not send an email if the same device
        has the same error code multiple times in a row
      + Changes auto device refresh interval units from seconds to minutes
        in the hp-toolbox
      + Added a device auto refresh type (all or 1) to settings dialog in
        the hp-toolbox
      + Replaced hplip_readme.html with web documents available at
        hplip.sf.net
      + Moved the DeviceClose in the hp-toolbox testpage routine to before
        the lpr to fix an issue with contention with the "hp" backend
      + Fixed a defect in hp-fab that didn't allow previously added
        entries to be modified
      + Added better error checking to hp-sendfax to detect HPLIP daemons
        not running
      + Fixed LJ2840 network port for faxing in hpiod
      + Turned status off for all Business Inkjets 2200-2600
      + Moved fax address book file from ~/.hplip.fab to ~/hpfax/fab.db
      + Changed hp-fab so that duplicate entries cannot be created
      + Fixed endianness issue that hosed the HP Color LaserJet 3500 on
        PPC (closes: #317683)
    * HPIJS 2.1.10:
      + Moved PSC 21xx from DJGenericVIP to DJ9xxVIP device class
        (this requires all PSC 21xx users to update their PPDs)
      + Forced hpijs and hppgsz to always build with -DNDEBUG
      + Merged hpijs_readme.html into hplip documentation
      + Added support for the following new printers:
        + LaserJet 5200 (LJMono/PS)
        + LaserJet 5200L (LJMono/PS)
        + Color LaserJet 2605 (PS)
        + Officejet 6300 series (DJGenericVIP)
        + Officejet 4300 series (DJ3320)
  * dpatch 00_01_upstream-0.9.10-2 (remove): applied upstream
  * dpatch 00_01_upstream-0.9.11-1 (new): preliminary upstream patch:
      + Fix regression where the PSC 950xi stops being detected
        (reported by Till Kamppeter)
  * dpatch 14_charsign_fixes: remove hunk applied upstream, rediff
  * dpatch 60_lp_instead_of_lpr: update for new upstream code
  * dpatch 20_fix-asserts (new): fix bugs that show up on NDEBUG builds
  * dpatch 30_gcc4.1-fixes (new): fix strict aliasing bugs for gcc 4.1
  * Ship the new HPLIP/HPIJS documentation in a new arch-all package,
    hplip-doc.  The hplip and hpijs packages now have just Debian
    documentation, and point to the hplip-doc package (or to the
    online URI for that documentation) for the full user manual
  * Add a users-guide.txt file to hplip and hpijs documentantion,
    to point users to the hplip-doc package and to the online manual
  * Bump standards version to 3.7.2 (no changes required)
  * Drop support for initscript systems without invoke-rc.d, as
    invoke-rc.d is now required per policy.  This also shuts lintian
    up, which is always a nice bonus
  * hpijs.NEWS, hplip.NEWS: update for the new release
  * hpijs.README.Debian: minor cleanup, and point users to hpijs-ppds
  * hplip.README.Debian: minor updates and cleanup
  * debian/control: Make hplip automatically recommend the newest
    hpijs upstream version, instead of a manually set one I am not
    always really sure about
  * debian/rules: Provide hpijs:Source-Version as well for the control
    file
  * Add new hplip-dbg package with full symbolic debugging information for
    all binaries and libraries generated by this source package
    (closes: #366766)
  * debian/control: place hpijs and hpijs-ppds on section text (as per the
    override file for hpijs, and other -ppds packages)
  * Ship doc/release_notes.html as the upstream changelog, as the old
    text changelog is not being updated anymore by upstream

hplip (0.9.10-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version
    * HPLIP 0.9.10 (patchlevel 2):
      + Made the "hp" backend more product specific, now HP USB keyboards
        won't be misdetected as printers....
      + Fixed jetdirect write timeout in hpiod
      + Added deviceID to output of "hp" backend for CUPS 1.2
      + Fixed a problem where no fax send dialog pops up when sending
        a fax job from OpenOffice Writer and the fax job can not be sent
        correctly
      + Fixed a hp-setup crash which can occur during fax setup testpage
        printing
      + Modified the hp-toolbox and hp-print so that they will work with
        unsupported printer models without crashing
      + Hp-setup now allows the user to manually enter a PPD file path
      + The "NickName" from each located PPD file is displayed to the user
        so that the "(recommended)" text will be shown.
      + Fixed an error which occurs while executing hp-sendfax with
        b parameter.
      + Fixed a hp-toolbox problem displaying cartridge information for
        Photosmart 8700 when device is connected via network
  * dpatch 00_01_upstream-0.9.10-2 (new): upstream patchlevel 2
    + Drop useless (and broken) model test comparison (closes: #360385)
    + Fix local DoS when usb communications get stuck
  * dpatch 14_charsign_fixes: add new hunks to fix more sign problems
  * Replace all instances of the old upstream hopepage (hpinkjet.sf.net)
    with the new one (hplip.sf.net)
  * Point users to the new upstream mailinglists
  * Add watch entries for the renamed sourceforge project

hplip (0.9.9-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * configure.in, Makefile.am, debian/rules, prnt/hpijs/configure.in:
    fix /etc/hp/hplip.conf ppd dir setting, thus unbreaking hp-setup
    and remove useless cruft re. PPD dir setup while at it (closes: #358719)

hplip (0.9.9-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version
    * HPIJS 2.1.9:
      + Fixed an array index underflow in ljfastraster.cpp
      + Save paper width and height in UXServices object after a call to
        SetPaperSize
      + When fullbleed printing is requested, if printer supports it,
        return actual paper dimensions for PrintableArea
      + Added support for the following new printer(s):
        + HP DeskJet F300 Series All-in-one (DJ3600)
    * HPLIP 0.9.9:
      + HPLIP now uses libusb for all USB I/O.  Libusb replaces kernel
        modules printer and usblp, and opens an entirely new can of worms
      + Removed support for USB URIs based on device files.  This means all
        printers now use USB URIs based on "hp:/hp_model?serial=xxxxxxxx"
        instead of "hp:/hp_model?device=/dev/usb/lpx".  Old CUPS queues must
        be updated to the new device location
      + Added full USB 1284.4 support for the Color LaserJet 2840, and for
        LaserJets 3050, 3060, 1010, 1012, 1015 and 2500
      + Updated HP-Fax-hplip.ppd to be in conformance with CUPS 1.2
      + Updated most LaserJet PPDs for CUPS 1.2
      + Changed the GetSnmp timeout from 5 to 2 seconds in hpiod
      + Fixed incorrect supplies information for Color Laserjet 2840
        displayed in hp-toolbox
      + Fixed problem where title input was of no use while adding a file to
        item list in send fax dialog
      + Add models.xml parallel port flag for Deskjet 5550
      + Moved hp-sendfax temp .g3 files to ~/hpfax/hpfax-*.g3.  Before,
        they would clutter the user's home directory
      + Files added to hp-sendfax interface are now rendered into g3 format
        as they are added to the batch
      + Removed temporary file creation from hpfax: (temp files now created
        only by hp-sendfax using mkstemp)
      + Added total page counting feature to hp-sendfax
      + Added a BSD license to magic.py
  * debian/control: build-depend on libusb >= 0.1.8
  * dpatch 00_01_upstream-0.9.8-4: remove (applied upstream)
  * dpatch 60_lp_instead_of_lpr: rediff to remove skips
  * dpatch 40_quiet-hpiod: rediff to remove skips
  * dpatch 01_rss: rediff to reorder file hunks
  * dpatch 30_no-ping: remove, upstream removed icmp functionality
  * dpatch 70_sane_ppd_directory_handling: remove (applied upstream)
  * dpatch 45_quiet_hpijs-fax: remove (applied upstream)
  * dpatch 35_no-fax-setuid: remove, upstream now does seteuid()/setegid()
    only if sendfax is being run as root
  * dpatch 10_shebang_fixes (new): new dump place for #!<interpretor> fixing
  * hplip.menu: s/hp-fax/hp-sendfax/
  * debian/control, debian/compat: switch to debhelper mode V5
  * debian/control, debian/rules: provide and use hpijs:Upstream-Version,
    rename Upstream-Version to hplip:Upstream-Version
  * Rename hplip-ppds package to hpijs-ppds, update all documentation to
    point to hpijs-ppds and linuxprinting.org-ppds and add a hpijs.NEWS
    entry about the package rename as well
  * debian/control: conflict hpijs with hplip-ppds versioned to source
    version, as a dirty trick to not clash with hpijs-ppds providing
    hplip-ppds
  * debian/rules, debian/hpijs-ppds.install, debian/hpijs-ppds.links,
    debian/hpijs-ppds.NEWS:
    Don't ship non-hpijs PPDs anymore, linuxprinting.org-ppds takes care
    of the pure postscript PPDs now
  * debian/rules: version hpijs-ppds the same way we version hpijs
  * debian/control: suggest hpijs-ppds and linuxprinting.org-ppds for hplip
    instead of recommending the old hplip-ppds package.  Recommend hpijs
    with fax support for hplip. Remove conflict on foomatic-db-hpijs and
    foomatic-filters-ppds from hplip.  Conflict hpijs-ppds with
    foomatic-filters-ppds before 20060113-1 when the PPD duplication was
    removed from foomatic-filters-ppds
  * debian/control: rework package descriptions a little
  * debian/rules: ship all PPD files compressed
  * debian/rules: separate arch-dep and arch-indep install, to avoid wasting
    a great deal of time on slower archs gziping PPDs
  * hplip initscript: Run hpiod as root because of libusb
  * debian/copyright: update dates

hplip (0.9.8-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * This release was not uploaded to Debian
  * New upstream version
    * HPIJS 2.1.8 (patchlevel 4):
      + Moved OfficeJet 6100 and 6150 to DJ55xx.h; margins on these devices
        are same as those on DJ5550
      + Added support for the following new printers:
        + HP LaserJet 3050 (LJMono/PS)
        + HP LaserJet 3060/3062 (LJMono/PS)
        + HP LaserJet 3390/3392 (LJMono/PS)
        + HP Deskjet 6980 series (DJGenericVIP)
        + HP Deskjet 6940 series (DJGenericVIP)
      + Updated KRGB patches to version 1.2:
        + Fixed krgb buffer overflow issue with out-of-band data in
          fill_rectangle and copy_mono. This buffer overflow condition
          occurred with fullbleed print jobs that had k-band images
        + Added Dan Coby's (artifex) fix for gsijs_read_string_malloc
          gs_free *str memory leak.
    * HPLIP 0.9.8 (patchlevel 4):
      + Added send fax support (still quite rough)
      + Added HP Setup utility
      + Fixed deviceid zero termination issue in hplip_api.c
      + Enhanced the status history table in hp-info
      + Changed device list in toolbox to use small icons for status overlay
      + Modified models.xml file to add pen info back to OJ5500 and disable
        front panel
      + Removed probe.py from distribution
      + Added Fax URI generation to hp-makeuri
      + Fixed hp-makeuri so that it would not report URIs for non-existent
        functions
      + Fixed hp-makeuri quiet modes that they are actually quiet
      + Added a new chooser dialog that presents a list of CUPS queues
        rather than device URIs (hp-sendfax, hp-print)
      + Fixed a hpiod problem with the PS 2570 series. This will fix the
        scanning blue-screen error with USB High Speed
  * dpatch 00_01_upstream-0.9.8-4 (new): 0.9.8 patchlevel 4
  * hplip package: recommend python-reportlab for fax cover page support
  * Instead of modifying the PPD manufacturer tag from HP to HP (HPLIP),
    now append HPLIP and the upstream version to the nickname
    (closes: #347264)
  * Ship hpijs PPDs in /usr/share/ppd/hpijs/<PPD Manufacturer> as per
    the Debian PPD file structure specification.  Ship the pure postscript
    PPDs in /usr/share/ppd/hplip-postscript, for now
  * Normalise case and start all HP PPD file names with "HP-"
  * debian/control: Remove foomatic-db-hpijs from suggests and
    recommends, as it will go away
  * Update READMEs and NEWS files for the above PPD changes, add NEWS
    file for hplip-ppds while at it
  * Update hplip's README for hp-setup
  * Mention that the RSS patch is stale in hpijs' README
  * Removed patch already applied upstream: 00_01_upstream_0.9.7-2
  * dpatches 30_no-ping, 50_doc-location, 60_lp_instead_of_lpr: rediff
  * Let configure detect all standard paths for CUPS, except for the
    PPD path
  * Prune non-shipped-files.txt, and change debian/rules to tell us
    which files were removed instead of doing it silently
  * dpatch 70_sane_ppd_directory_handling (new): modify hplip to
    look for PPD files under /usr/share/ppd/hplip, instead of
    searching the entire CUPS PPD tree (used by hp-setup)
  * Add menu entries for hp-print, hp-sendfax and hp-fab
  * Add HPmenu.xpm icon
  * dpatch 35_no-fax-setuid (new): change hpssd fax queue function
    not to setuid(), as we don't run as root.  This limits sending
    faxes somehow, but the impact is not clear to me yet.  Bug reports
    welcome
  * dpatch 45_quiet_hpijs-fax (new): remove noisy hpijs debug output in
    the fax driver
  * debian/control: rework package descriptions, mention fax support
  * Ship KRGB patches cleaned up and tailored for Debian's gs versions
  * Update debian/copyright for new directories, mention license of KRGB
    patches (MIT)

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>   Thu,  6 Jul 2006 13:39:45 +0000

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