Launchpad Releases

umockdev
C, Vala
β†’ 0.9.3
2017-09-06
- In the /umockdev-record/system-single test, stop assuming that /dev/loop0 always exists, as that is not the case in containers and some other build machines. Use /dev/zero as second device instead. (Debian #792189)
Url https://github.com/martinpitt/umockdev
LP https://launchpad.net/umockdev
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It also provides tools to record the properties and behaviour of particular devices, and to run a program or test suite under a test bed with the previously recorded devices loaded. This also allows developers of software like gphoto or libmtp to receive these records in bug reports and recreate the problem on their system without having access to the affected hardware. The UMockdevTestbed class builds a temporary sandbox for mock devices. Right now this covers sysfs, uevents, basic support for /dev devices, and recording/mocking usbdevfs ioctls (for PtP/MTP devices), but other aspects will be added in the future. You can add a number of devices including arbitrary sysfs attributes and udev properties, and then run your software in that test bed that is independent of the actual hardware it is running on. With this you can simulate particular hardware in virtual environments up to some degree, without needing any particular privileges or disturbing the whole system. The library supports gobject-introspection and builds a VAPI, so that you can also use it with Python, JavaScript, and other languages which support GI, and Vala.
getdevinfo
python2, python3
β†’ 1.0.0
2017-09-02
Url http://hamishmb.altervista.org
LP https://launchpad.net/getdevinfo
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Zun
β†’ pike-0.1.0
2017-08-30
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/zun
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An API service for OpenStack to facilitate container life-cycle management on OpenStack clouds by providing an unified API service for launching and managing containers backed by different container technologies.
Zun
β†’ pike-0.2.0
2017-08-30
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/zun
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An API service for OpenStack to facilitate container life-cycle management on OpenStack clouds by providing an unified API service for launching and managing containers backed by different container technologies.
nova-dpm
β†’ pike-rc2
2017-08-30
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/nova-dpm
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On IBM z Systems, certain workloads run better in a logical partition than in a virtual machine of a software hypervisor such as KVM or z/VM. The IBM z13 system (and IBM LinuxONE) introduced a new administrative mode named "Dynamic Partition Manager" (DPM) that allows for managing the firmware-based logical partition hypervisor (PR/SM) with the dynamic capabilities known from software-based hypervisors. These new dynamic capabilities provided by the DPM mode enables PR/SM to act as a hypervisor managed by OpenStack using Nova. This project supports adding the PR/SM hypervisor in DPM mode as a Nova hypervisor platform, by implementing a new Nova driver. The other hypervisors on z Systems such as z/VM and KVM are already supported by OpenStack via Nova drivers. These drivers will continue to be supported. Adding support for PR/SM DPM allows addressing customers that need or want to run their workloads in logical partitions, and provides the advantage for them of using OpenStack as a uniform, standard, cloud management platform on z Systems.
watcher
python
β†’ pike-rc-final
2017-08-28
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/watcher
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nano
β†’ 2.8.7
2017-08-27
Url https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/nano/
LP https://launchpad.net/nano
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GNU nano is a free replacement for Pico, the default Pine editor. Pine was copyrighted under a restrictive licence, that made it unsuitable for Debian's main section. GNU nano provides a free, Pico-like editor, but also includes several features that were missing in the original, such as undo/redo, line numbering, syntax coloring, interactive search and replace, soft-wrapping of overlong lines, and internationalization support.
Tricircle
python
β†’ pike-3
2017-08-18
Url https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Tricircle
LP https://launchpad.net/tricircle
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Tricircle
python
β†’ pike-rc
2017-08-18
https://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/tricircle/ https://docs.openstack.org/tricircle/latest/
Url https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Tricircle
LP https://launchpad.net/tricircle
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Wingpanel Bluetooth Indicator
β†’ 2.0.3
2017-08-18
Url http://elementary.io/
LP https://launchpad.net/wingpanel-indicator-bluetooth
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Shutter - Screenshot Tool
Perl, Gtk+
β†’ 0.94
2017-08-16
Url http://shutter-project.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/shutter
Img http://shutter-project.org/screenshots/
Shutter is a feature-rich screenshot program. You can take a screenshot of a specific area, window, your whole screen, or even of a website - apply different effects to it, draw on it to highlight points, and then upload to an image hosting site, all within one window. ========== Download/Install ========== If you are familiar with PPAs check it out: https://launchpad.net/~shutter/+archive/ppa Please see our FAQs, if you need further assistance: https://answers.launchpad.net/shutter/+faqs ========== WE WANT YOU! Please help us to translate Shutter to every possible language. ========== Translate the main program and shutter plugins: https://translations.launchpad.net/shutter Have Fun! Mario Kemper
BackSlash Linux
Java, Python, C, C++, C#
β†’ kristoff-beta
2017-08-13
BackSlash Linux Kristoff is the next upcoming version of BackSlash Linux MainStram Release Journey. For this very first time we are providing users to test our beta releases and report bugs to us. Please note that this is just a pre-release software and may contain bugs and some features may be changed in final release. However the changes introduced in this release are listed below.
Url https://www.backslashlinux.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/backslashlinux
Img https://www.backslashlinux.com/downloads/olaf/
BackSlash Linux is a Distribution that has been designed with love, care and professionalism keeping innovation in mind providing you simple and powerful computing experience. It is built to get things done with ease, comfort and control, making your life more simple. BackSlash Linux Olaf introduces 150+ new features over previous versions of BackSlash with more advanced security capabilities.
Probe-DOS Boot Disk
β†’ 0.91
2017-08-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/probe-dos
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Probe-DOS Boot Disk 0.91 Probe-DOS is a FreeDOS distribution designed to fit in a standard 1.44 MB floppy. FreeDOS is a complete, free, DOS-compatible operating system. This distribution is free and open-source. You are free to redistribute and modify it under the terms of GNU General Public License, version 2 (GNU GPL v2) ***USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK WE DO NOT SHIP ANY GUARANTEE FOR IT*** ***WARNING: CONFIG.SYS loads drivers at startup, if you wish to upgrade firmware/BIOS using this boot disk, you should NOT have any drivers loaded*** Based on Kernel Build 2042 - 2016 May 16 The following utilities can be found on this distribution: freecom 0.84 -> command line interface edit 0.9.1.0 -> a text editor format 0.91 -> program for formating floppies label 1.4 -> program for adding/changing disk labels diskcopy 0.95 -> program for copying disks and disk images unzip 6.0 -> program for unzipping files fdisk 1.3.1 -> program for editing disk partitions defrag 1.3.2 -> program for disk defragmentation sys 3.6e -> program for creating FreeDOS boot disks chkdsk 0.9.2 -> program for checking file systems ctmouse 2.1 -> mouse driver himemx 3.34 -> high memory manager tdsk 2.3 -> program for creating ram disks pcicfg 1.19 -> program for displaying PCI information xfdisk 0.9.3 -> extended fdisk zerofill 1.05 -> fills empty space on a drive with zeros All utilities can be found at www.freedos.sourceforge.net/software/ PCICFG was obtained from www.cs.cmu.edu/~ralf/pub-files/rbpci119.zip, --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FreeDOS is a trademark of Jim Hall FreeDOS official site: www.freedos.org Probe-DOS site: www.launchpad.net/probe-dos
watcher
python
β†’ pike-rc1
2017-08-11
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/watcher
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nova-dpm
β†’ pike-rc1
2017-08-11
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/nova-dpm
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On IBM z Systems, certain workloads run better in a logical partition than in a virtual machine of a software hypervisor such as KVM or z/VM. The IBM z13 system (and IBM LinuxONE) introduced a new administrative mode named "Dynamic Partition Manager" (DPM) that allows for managing the firmware-based logical partition hypervisor (PR/SM) with the dynamic capabilities known from software-based hypervisors. These new dynamic capabilities provided by the DPM mode enables PR/SM to act as a hypervisor managed by OpenStack using Nova. This project supports adding the PR/SM hypervisor in DPM mode as a Nova hypervisor platform, by implementing a new Nova driver. The other hypervisors on z Systems such as z/VM and KVM are already supported by OpenStack via Nova drivers. These drivers will continue to be supported. Adding support for PR/SM DPM allows addressing customers that need or want to run their workloads in logical partitions, and provides the advantage for them of using OpenStack as a uniform, standard, cloud management platform on z Systems.
umockdev
C, Vala
β†’ 0.9.2
2017-08-10
- Relax sysfs path check in /umockdev-testbed/dev_query_gudev test to also work with udev 234. (Debian #871060)
Url https://github.com/martinpitt/umockdev
LP https://launchpad.net/umockdev
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It also provides tools to record the properties and behaviour of particular devices, and to run a program or test suite under a test bed with the previously recorded devices loaded. This also allows developers of software like gphoto or libmtp to receive these records in bug reports and recreate the problem on their system without having access to the affected hardware. The UMockdevTestbed class builds a temporary sandbox for mock devices. Right now this covers sysfs, uevents, basic support for /dev devices, and recording/mocking usbdevfs ioctls (for PtP/MTP devices), but other aspects will be added in the future. You can add a number of devices including arbitrary sysfs attributes and udev properties, and then run your software in that test bed that is independent of the actual hardware it is running on. With this you can simulate particular hardware in virtual environments up to some degree, without needing any particular privileges or disturbing the whole system. The library supports gobject-introspection and builds a VAPI, so that you can also use it with Python, JavaScript, and other languages which support GI, and Vala.
Authentication-Results-Python
Python
β†’ 1.0.1
2017-08-04
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/authentication-results-python
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OpenStack + Chef
ruby
β†’ pike-rc1
2017-08-03
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/openstack-chef
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A project used to track bugs and features requests against the numerous repositories on Stackforge for Chef + OpenStack: https://github.com/openstack/openstack-chef-repo https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-block-storage https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-common https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-compute https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-dashboard https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-identity https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-image https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-integration-test https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-network https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-object-storage https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-ops-database https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-ops-messaging https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-orchestration https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-telemetry
OpenStack + Chef
ruby
β†’ pike-stable
2017-08-03
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/openstack-chef
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A project used to track bugs and features requests against the numerous repositories on Stackforge for Chef + OpenStack: https://github.com/openstack/openstack-chef-repo https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-block-storage https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-common https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-compute https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-dashboard https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-identity https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-image https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-integration-test https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-network https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-object-storage https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-ops-database https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-ops-messaging https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-orchestration https://github.com/openstack/cookbook-openstack-telemetry
heat-agents
β†’ 1.3.0
2017-07-31
Url http://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/heat-agents
LP https://launchpad.net/heat-agents
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Murano
Python
β†’ pike-2
2017-07-31
Url https://docs.openstack.org/murano/latest/
LP https://launchpad.net/murano
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[COMMUNITY] General mail list: http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack Development mailing List: http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev IRC: #murano on irc.freenode.net [DOCUMENTATION] Wiki and user guides: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Murano Developers docs: https://docs.openstack.org/murano/latest/ [CODE] Get the code: https://git.openstack.org/cgit/?q=murano Code-Review: https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+murano,n,z [RELATED PROJECTS] https://launchpad.net/python-muranoclient
Murano
Python
β†’ pike-3
2017-07-31
Url https://docs.openstack.org/murano/latest/
LP https://launchpad.net/murano
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[COMMUNITY] General mail list: http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack Development mailing List: http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev IRC: #murano on irc.freenode.net [DOCUMENTATION] Wiki and user guides: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Murano Developers docs: https://docs.openstack.org/murano/latest/ [CODE] Get the code: https://git.openstack.org/cgit/?q=murano Code-Review: https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+murano,n,z [RELATED PROJECTS] https://launchpad.net/python-muranoclient
kolla-ansible
Ansible
β†’ pike-3
2017-07-30
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kolla-ansible
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watcher
python
β†’ pike-3
2017-07-28
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/watcher
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Screenshot
Vala
β†’ 0.1.4
2017-07-28
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/screenshot-tool
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statistics
β†’ 1.0
2017-07-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/statistics
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Percona XtraBackup
C, C++, Perl
β†’ 2.4.8
2017-07-25
https://www.percona.com/doc/percona-xtrabackup/2.4/release-notes/2.4/2.4.8.html
Url http://www.percona.com/software/percona-xtrabackup/
LP https://launchpad.net/percona-xtrabackup
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Open source hot backup tool for InnoDB and XtraDB databases Percona XtraBackup is the world's only open-source non-blocking backup software for InnoDB and XtraDB databases. It backs up databases quickly and reliably, with uninterrupted transaction processing during backups. Features such as compression, streaming, and incremental backups help you save on disk space and network bandwidth. Percona recommends that all production deployments be protected with a support contract (http://www.percona.com/mysql-support/) to ensure the highest uptime, be eligible for hot fixes, and boost your team's productivity.
Pantheon Terminal
Vala
β†’ 0.4.3
2017-07-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/pantheon-terminal
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A super lightweight, beautiful, and simple terminal. It's designed to be setup with sane defaults and little to no configuration. It's just a terminal, nothing more, nothing less. Designed for elementary OS.
nano
β†’ 2.8.6
2017-07-21
Url https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/nano/
LP https://launchpad.net/nano
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GNU nano is a free replacement for Pico, the default Pine editor. Pine was copyrighted under a restrictive licence, that made it unsuitable for Debian's main section. GNU nano provides a free, Pico-like editor, but also includes several features that were missing in the original, such as undo/redo, line numbering, syntax coloring, interactive search and replace, soft-wrapping of overlong lines, and internationalization support.
Switchboard Power Plug
β†’ 0.3.2
2017-07-19
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/switchboard-plug-power
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Designed for elementary OS.
libPSML
Fortran
β†’ 1.1
2017-07-19
1.1.5: - Update example PSML files and programs - Include a simple installation test - Export ps_real_kind - Update documentation (No changes to the API itself) This version complies with the PSML 1.1 specification, as detailed in doc/schema/psml.rnc. A new API, following closely the structure of the schema, has been implemented. The old API routines are retained to ease the transition of client codes to the new API. See the CHANGES file for commit logs. For more information on the PSML ecosystem, see http://esl.cecam.org/PSML
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/libpsml
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The library provides an API for parsing PSML files, including accessors for the relevant data pieces, as well as a set of routines for generating well-formed PSML. See also: http://esl.cecam.org/PSML Documentation website: https://siesta-project.github.io/psml-docs/
Provider for Plainbox - TPM2
β†’ 1.5.0
2017-07-18
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-tpm2
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Provider for Plainbox - Canonical Certification Client
β†’ 0.31.0
2017-07-18
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-client
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ooi
python
β†’ 1.1.1
2017-07-17
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/ooi
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Documentation: https://ooi.readthedocs.org/ Packages: https://launchpad.net/~ooi/+archive/ubuntu/archive Get the code: https://github.com/openstack/ooi Code reviews: https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+project:openstack/ooi,n,z
ooi
python
β†’ 1.1.2
2017-07-17
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/ooi
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Documentation: https://ooi.readthedocs.org/ Packages: https://launchpad.net/~ooi/+archive/ubuntu/archive Get the code: https://github.com/openstack/ooi Code reviews: https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+project:openstack/ooi,n,z
Authentication-Results-Python
Python
β†’ 1.0.0
2017-07-14
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/authentication-results-python
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Switchboard Printers Plug
Vala
β†’ 0.1.1
2017-07-12
Url http://elementary.io
LP https://launchpad.net/switchboard-plug-printers
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MirAL
C++
β†’ 1.4
2017-07-11
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/miral
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An abstraction layer over Mir aimed at stabilizing the interface needed to develop Mir servers. The project contains both the abstraction layer (libmiral.so) and some examples to prove its usefulness. Currently the functionality is under development, but it should now be possible to extend while maintaining ABI compatibility.
Theeram
C, Python (only for versions < 0.2), C
β†’ 0.9.0
2017-07-10
This version is the first preview release in the 0.9.x series. The series aims to be a testing ground for the upcoming revolutionary 1.x.x series.
Url https://nandakumar.co.in/apps/theeram
LP https://launchpad.net/theeram
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Theeram is an en-ml dictionary program developed by Nandakumar. Currently it is based on the Olam dataset (olam.in). The latest version includes: * Automated reverse dictionary search * Result read-out capability * Hotkey support * Autocompletion espeak must be installed to get pronounced output.
Parlatype
C, Python
β†’ v1.5.1
2017-07-08
This is a maintenance release with bugfixes and new translations. For detailed release notes see: https://github.com/gkarsay/parlatype/releases/tag/v1.5.1
Url https://gkarsay.github.io/parlatype/
LP https://launchpad.net/parlatype
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Parlatype is a minimal audio player for manual speech transcription, written for the GNOME desktop environment. It plays audio sources to transcribe them in your favourite text application. There is a PPA for Parlatype stable releases at https://launchpad.net/~gabor-karsay/+archive/ubuntu/parlatype Packages for testing purposes are at https://launchpad.net/~gabor-karsay/+archive/ubuntu/parlatype-testing
tigefa
ruby
β†’ 3.3.4
2017-07-03
Url http://tigefa4u.github.io/
LP https://launchpad.net/tigefa
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tigefa
tigefa
ruby
β†’ 3.4.0
2017-07-03
Url http://tigefa4u.github.io/
LP https://launchpad.net/tigefa
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tigefa
Wingpanel Date & Time Indicator
vala
β†’ 2.0.2
2017-06-30
Url http://elementary.io
LP https://launchpad.net/wingpanel-indicator-datetime
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GNU ARM Embedded Toolchain
C,C++
β†’ 6-2017-q2-update
2017-06-28
The 6 2017q2 update release is available at: ------------------------------------------------------------------ * https://developer.arm.com/open-source/gnu-toolchain/gnu-rm * https://launchpad.net/~team-gcc-arm-embedded/+archive/ubuntu/ppa IMPORTANT NOTICE: As previously announced we are no longer releasing the binary packages of this toolchain on Launchpad, please see the link for developer.arm.com above. Features: * All GCC 6 features, plus latest mainline features: + Full ARMv8-M support including atomics and Security Extensions + ARM PURECODE support for ARMv7-M and ARMv8-M Baseline and Mainline + Co-processor intrinsics support + Cortex-M23 and Cortex-M33 support + -mthumb optional for Cortex-M devices * Support for OS-retargeting of locking routines in newlib * Advanced SIMD-optimized memchr implementation in newlib * Enable setting options for Windows installer on command line Important bugs fixed in 6 release: * Fix redundant load in loop https://answers.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+question/259553 * Fixed stack corruption when using high registers and LR register https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=77933 * Fixed internal compiler error when compiling empty FIQ interrupt handler https://bugs.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+bug/1454506 * Fix internal compiler error with LTO when building g++.dg/lto/20081219 testcase * Fixed callee-saved register trashing when clobbering SP register https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=77904 * Fixed internal compiler error when using -mslow-flash-data and floating-point operations https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=71607 * Fixed wrong code generation with indirect sibbling calls https://bugs.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+bug/1616992 * Fixed spurious code removal https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=78617 Important bugs fixed in 6 update 1 release: * Fix Mac GDB crash with invalid commands https://bugs.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+bug/1655778 * Fix Windows wildcard support * Fix selection of newlib.h variant with nano.specs and g++ https://bugs.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+bug/1661882 * Allow VCMP immediate without prefix in unified syntax https://bugs.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+bug/1641333 Important changes in 6 update 2 release: * GCC incorrectly assumes Cortex-r[578] have 64-bit single-copy atomic LDRD https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=80082 * LDR pseudo-op generates MOVS https://bugs.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+bug/1682620 * Fixed FPSCR getter and setter builtins * SG import libraries that were created as executable now fixed to relocatable * Enable setting options for Windows installer on command line * PURECODE support enabled for ARMv8-M.Baseline * Advanced SIMD-optimized memchr implementation in newlib Known Changes and Issues: * Thumb1 code size regression due to new register allocation: https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=59535 * Multilib is now enabled with --with-multilib-list=rmprofile when building the toolchain from source
Url https://developer.arm.com/open-source/gnu-toolchain/gnu-rm
LP https://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded
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As part of its ongoing commitment to maintaining and enhancing GCC compiler support for the ARM architecture, ARM is maintaining a GNU toolchain with a GCC source branch targeted at Embedded ARM Processors, namely Cortex-R/Cortex-M processor families, covering Cortex-M0, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, Cortex-M0+, Cortex-M7, ARMv8-M Baseline and mainline, Cortex-R4, Cortex-R5, Cortex-R7 and Cortex-R8. As part of this, ARM releases at regular intervals pre-built and tested binaries from the ARM embedded branch. The improvements are freely available for integration into 3rd party toolchains, and for direct download by end-users. ARM employees are maintaining this project. Contributions to this project are be done via GCC [1] trunk, binutils-gdb [2] master branch and newlib [3] master branch. This launchpad project is for communication and bug reporting. Downloads are made from developer.arm.com website [4] and no code change is done in Launchpad project. [1] http://gcc.gnu.org [2] http://www.gnu.org/software/binutils/ [3] https://sourceware.org/newlib/ [4] https://developer.arm.com/open-source/gnu-toolchain/gnu-rm For Ubuntu 12.04/14.04/16.04/16.10 32/64-bit user, PPA is available at https://launchpad.net/~team-gcc-arm-embedded/+archive/ubuntu/ppa. Questions can be asked on the ARM connected community website at https://community.arm.com/groups/tools Bugs should be reported in the bug section (https://bugs.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+filebug).
Switchboard User Accounts Plug
Vala
β†’ 0.1.5
2017-06-28
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/switchboard-plug-useraccounts
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Tricircle
python
β†’ pike-2
2017-06-28
https://pypi.python.org/pypi/tricircle/3.3.0
Url https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Tricircle
LP https://launchpad.net/tricircle
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nano
β†’ 2.8.5
2017-06-28
Url https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/nano/
LP https://launchpad.net/nano
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GNU nano is a free replacement for Pico, the default Pine editor. Pine was copyrighted under a restrictive licence, that made it unsuitable for Debian's main section. GNU nano provides a free, Pico-like editor, but also includes several features that were missing in the original, such as undo/redo, line numbering, syntax coloring, interactive search and replace, soft-wrapping of overlong lines, and internationalization support.
Pygeon - Instant messenger for LAN
Python
β†’ 1.1.3
2017-06-27
Url http://gnu.coopi.org/pygeon
LP https://launchpad.net/pygeon
Img http://gnu.coopi.org/pygeon/screenshots
frei0r
β†’ 1.6.1
2017-06-26
Url http://frei0r.dyne.org
LP https://launchpad.net/frei0r
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Frei0r comes as an header and a collection of plugins; optional library dependencies are opencv and gavl. The Frei0r collection counts more than 80 effects implemented, it's widely supported by video applications as FFmpeg, PureData, Open Movie Editor, DVEdit, Gephex, LiVES, FreeJ, MΓΈB, VeeJay, MLT and KDEnLive; it is also ported to M$/Windows and Apple/OSX.
LAPACK - Linear algebra package
Fortran 90
β†’ 3.7.1
2017-06-26
Url http://www.netlib.org/lapack/
LP https://launchpad.net/lapack
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The associated matrix factorizations (LU, Cholesky, QR, SVD, Schur, generalized Schur) are also provided, as are related computations such as reordering of the Schur factorizations and estimating condition numbers. Dense and banded matrices are handled, but not general sparse matrices. In all areas, similar functionality is provided for real and complex matrices, in both single and double precision.
Evergreen - Open ILS
C, Perl, JavaScript
β†’ 2.11.6
2017-06-22
Url http://evergreen-ils.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/evergreen
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This Launchpad project brings together bug reports, wishlist ideas, translations, and blueprints for future development of Evergreen.
Pygeon - Instant messenger for LAN
Python
β†’ 1.1.2
2017-06-22
Url http://gnu.coopi.org/pygeon
LP https://launchpad.net/pygeon
Img http://gnu.coopi.org/pygeon/screenshots
Switchboard Desktop Plug
Vala
β†’ 0.2.6
2017-06-14
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/switchboard-plug-pantheon-shell
Img
The desktop plug is a section in Switchboard, the elementary System Settings app, where users can configure the wallpaper, dock, and hotcorners. In the future the desktop plug might also handle other desktop settings such as the panel, app launcher, and window manager. Designed for elementary OS.
Ares
C++, Assembler
β†’ 0.dp1
2017-06-14
Due to an oversight, a bug could be triggered randomly. Which it didn't happen in the testing builds. But it was triggered when compiling the release build.
Url http://ares.strategy-x.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/ares
Img http://forums.renegadeprojects.com/showthread.php?tid=1416&pid=15105#pid15105
Ares fixes and enhances the Yuri's Revenge game engine in a variety of ways, allowing modders to expand the game with never before seen custom units. However, unlike RockPatch and other exe patches, Ares does not modify the game's exe. Instead, Ares uses Syringe to inject its code into the game during runtime, leaving the original game unchanged and eliminating the need for backup exes or un-patchers.
kolla-ansible
Ansible
β†’ pike-2
2017-06-14
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kolla-ansible
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heat-agents
β†’ 1.2.0
2017-06-12
Url http://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/heat-agents
LP https://launchpad.net/heat-agents
Img
juju
Go
β†’ 2.2-rc2
2017-06-09
Url https://jujucharms.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/juju
Img
Juju is the best solution to model your services in the cloud. You can use it through a GUI or from the command line, scale your services and easily move your model between clouds. Reduce workloads from days to minutes * Quickly deploy services * Reuse expertise from others * Automate mundane tasks * Focus on creating amazing applications Juju uses Launchpad for bug tracking, blueprint definition and release planning. Code is hosted at Github: https://github.com/juju/juju For details about current, supported, proposed, and devel releases see https://jujucharms.com/docs/stable/reference-releases/
OpenStack Backup/Restore and DR (Freezer)
Python
β†’ pike-2
2017-06-09
Currently Freezer provides basic features to execute Cinder volumes backup. The current approach present significant challenges, due mainly to the difficulty of downloading Cinder Volumes without passing through Glance. This can be an issue for time and scalability reasons, (i.e. volumes of few hundreds GB size, potential error probability increase, as more services are part of the process, unailability of cinder-backup). New Features Added new backup engine called β€˜os-brick’ which allows to backup and restore the content of cinder volumes attaching it directly to localhost using functionality of os-brick library. Known Issues There are could be a read/write file permisson issues if freezer-agent don’t have appropriate right to readwrite files to mounted FS. Currently freezer-api v1 doesn’t fully support multi-tenancy. In previous releases, we implemented oslo.policy to support multi-tenancy, but we need to add a new parameter to freezer-api which is the project_id. We need to modify the structure of freezer-api url so it accepts project_id parameter. Example of the old structure:: http://host_ip_address:9090/v1/jobs Example of the new structure:: http://host_ip_address:9090/v2/project_id/jobs Currently Freezer uses Elastic Search (ES) as a database backend, which is a NoSQL database specialized for ranked query results. Elastic Search adds additional complexity to an OpenStack system. Most of the OpenStack components use a relational database management system (DBMS like MySQL or PostgreSQL) which is more common. It is more familiar how to maintain, troubleshoot and develop on top of relational databases. Also relational databases unlike ES database allow to perform rolling upgrades. Since Freezer related data turned out to be relational, it would be more convenient to use it trough the oslo.db pattern library. Using it, the database mapping would be more uniform to other OpenStack projects. It would be less challenging for new developers to contribute. New Features Added Freezer-api v2 which changes the structure of freezer-api urls to accept the newly added parameter, project_id. Fully support role based multi-tenancy with api v2. Added support of oslo.db storage backend Known Issues It might break the backward compatibility. Upgrade Notes List upgrade notes here, or remove this section. All of the list items in this section are combined when the release notes are rendered, so the text needs to be worded so that it does not depend on any information only available in another section, such as the prelude. This may mean repeating some details. oslo.db storage can be upgraded/downgraded using freezer-manage db sync command. Deprecation Notes Freezer api v1 will be deprecated with Pike release. It will be supported for another release, then will be removed completely.
Url https://github.com/openstack/freezer
LP https://launchpad.net/freezer
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The following features are avaialble: - Backup your filesystem using snapshot to swift - Strong encryption supported: AES-256-CFB - Backup your file system tree directly (without volume snapshot) - Backup your journaled MongoDB directory tree using lvm snap to swift - Backup MySQL DB with lvm snapshot - Restore your data automatically from Swift to your file system - Low storage consumption as the backup are uploaded as a stream - Flexible Incremental backup policy - Data is archived in GNU Tar format - Data compression with gzip - Remove old backup automatically according the provided parameters - Nova Engine for backing up nova instances - Cinder Engines (os-brick based engine, api-like engine, fs-like engine) - Rsync engine (v1, v2) - Tenant Backups engine.
esys-escript
Python, C++
β†’ 5.1
2017-06-08
Improved complex and trilinos support (see doco for more details)
Url https://wiki.geocomp.uq.edu.au/index.php/Escript
LP https://launchpad.net/escript-finley
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esys-escript is designed as an easy-to-use environment for implementing mathematical models based on non-linear, coupled, time-dependent partial differential equations. It uses the finite element method (FEM) for spatial discretization and data representation. Escript is used through python and is suitable for rapid prototyping (e.g for a student project or thesis) as well as for large software projects. Scripts are executed in parallel using MPI, OpenMP and hybrid mode processing over 50 million unknowns on several thousand cores on a parallel computer. esys-escript now includes the esys.downunder module for 3D inversion of geophysical data sets. The current version supports gravity, magnetic and joint inversion. Main Features: python based user interface two- and three-dimensional finite and spectral element simulations specialized geophysical inversion module support for VTK and SILO file format unstructured meshes from gmsh parallelization with OpenMP and MPI support Flux Controlled Transport solver (FEM-FCT) visualization with VisIt support for Linux and Mac partial support for GPU use Further documentation including examples and a user guide for the latest release can be found at http://esys.geocomp.uq.edu.au/docs.html. The project is funded by the - AuScope National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) (until mid 2017) - Australian Geophysical Observing System (AGOS) (ended 2014). - School of Earth Sciences at the University of Queensland. If you publish work which makes use of escript, we would appreciate if you would cite the following reference: @article{SchaaGrossDuPlessis2016, author={Schaa, R. and Gross, L. and Du Plessis, J.}, year =2016, title={PDE-based geophysical modelling using finite elements: examples from 3D resistivity and 2D magnetotellurics}, journal = {Journal of Geophysics and Engineering}, volume=13, issue=2, pages={S59-S73}, doi = {doi:10.1088/1742-2132/13/2/S59 } or @article{GROSS2006, author = {L. Gross and L. Bourgouin and A. J. Hale and H.-B Muhlhaus}, title = {Interface Modeling in Incompressible Media using Level Sets in Escript}, journal = {Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors}, year = 2007, volume = {163}, pages = {23--34}, month = {Aug.}, doi = {doi:10.1016/j.pepi.2007.04.004}, } Contributors Lutz Gross Joel Fenwick Cihan Altinay Simon Shaw Jaco Du Plessis Ralf Schaa Peter Hornby Thomas Poulet Lin Gao Artak Amirbekyan Ken Steube
Provider for Plainbox - TPM2
β†’ 1.4.0
2017-06-07
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-tpm2
Img
juju
Go
β†’ 2.2-rc1
2017-06-06
Url https://jujucharms.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/juju
Img
Juju is the best solution to model your services in the cloud. You can use it through a GUI or from the command line, scale your services and easily move your model between clouds. Reduce workloads from days to minutes * Quickly deploy services * Reuse expertise from others * Automate mundane tasks * Focus on creating amazing applications Juju uses Launchpad for bug tracking, blueprint definition and release planning. Code is hosted at Github: https://github.com/juju/juju For details about current, supported, proposed, and devel releases see https://jujucharms.com/docs/stable/reference-releases/
Dr. Geo II
Pharo
β†’ 17.07
2017-06-05
Url http://www.drgeo.eu
LP https://launchpad.net/drgeo
Img http://www.drgeo.eu/help
Dr. Geo II is the successor of the Dr. Geo software (packaged in the Ubuntu distribution). Dr. Geo II is more friendly for programming use of interactive geometry.
Guile-Gnome
C, Scheme
β†’ 2.16.5
2017-06-03
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/guile-gnome/
LP https://launchpad.net/guile-gnome
Img
Pantheon Files
Vala, C
β†’ 0.3.5
2017-06-03
Url http://elementaryos.org
LP https://launchpad.net/pantheon-files
Img
Designed for elementary OS.
Bilancio
C++, wxWidgets, GTK, Python, DocBook, Java
β†’ openmoneybox3.2
2017-06-03
Renamed to OpenMoneyBox and rebranded; Added GSettings support for user settings; Feature LP #1664378 - User setting for export prefix; Fixed bug LP #1664735 - Wrong export folder name; Fixed bug LP #1667978 - Notifications have no icons.
Url http://igisw-bilancio.sourceforge.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/bilancio
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ppa: https://launchpad.net/~igor-cali/+archive/ubuntu/igisw-stable
Ares
C++, Assembler
β†’ 0.d-rc1
2017-06-02
The first RC as proper release, with documentation.
Url http://ares.strategy-x.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/ares
Img http://forums.renegadeprojects.com/showthread.php?tid=1416&pid=15105#pid15105
Ares fixes and enhances the Yuri's Revenge game engine in a variety of ways, allowing modders to expand the game with never before seen custom units. However, unlike RockPatch and other exe patches, Ares does not modify the game's exe. Instead, Ares uses Syringe to inject its code into the game during runtime, leaving the original game unchanged and eliminating the need for backup exes or un-patchers.
Ares
C++, Assembler
β†’ 0.d-rc2
2017-06-02
The second release candidate fixes known bugs.
Url http://ares.strategy-x.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/ares
Img http://forums.renegadeprojects.com/showthread.php?tid=1416&pid=15105#pid15105
Ares fixes and enhances the Yuri's Revenge game engine in a variety of ways, allowing modders to expand the game with never before seen custom units. However, unlike RockPatch and other exe patches, Ares does not modify the game's exe. Instead, Ares uses Syringe to inject its code into the game during runtime, leaving the original game unchanged and eliminating the need for backup exes or un-patchers.
frei0r
β†’ 1.6.0
2017-06-01
Url http://frei0r.dyne.org
LP https://launchpad.net/frei0r
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Frei0r comes as an header and a collection of plugins; optional library dependencies are opencv and gavl. The Frei0r collection counts more than 80 effects implemented, it's widely supported by video applications as FFmpeg, PureData, Open Movie Editor, DVEdit, Gephex, LiVES, FreeJ, MΓΈB, VeeJay, MLT and KDEnLive; it is also ported to M$/Windows and Apple/OSX.
WingPanel
Vala
β†’ 2.0.3
2017-05-30
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/wingpanel
Img
Designed for elementary OS.
logdata-anomaly-miner - lightweight tool for log checking, log analysis
python2
β†’ v0.0.8
2017-05-30
Release of V0.0.8: * New features: * Base64StringModelElement for parsing of base64 strings * DecimalFloatValueModelElement for parsing of floats * AnalysisChild full asynchronous remote control connection handling * MissingMatchPathValueDetector realerting support added * StringRegexMatchRule for matching parsed data using regex * EnhancedNewMatchPathValueComboDetector added for more complex value combination detection providing transformation, annotation, features ... * Changes: * Various bugfixes * Code cleanup using pylint
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/logdata-anomaly-miner
Img
Analysis methods include: * static check patterns similar to logcheck but with extended syntax and options. * detection of new data elements (IPs, user names, MAC addresses) * statistical anomalies in log line values and frequencies * correlation rules between log lines as described in th AECID approach http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cose.2014.09.006 The tool is suitable to replace logcheck but also to operate as a sensor feeding a SIEM. Documentation: * https://git.launchpad.net/logdata-anomaly-miner/plain/source/root/usr/share/doc/aminer/Readme.txt (intro) * https://git.launchpad.net/logdata-anomaly-miner/plain/source/root/usr/share/doc/aminer/Analysis.txt (analysis component docu) Binary packages: * https://launchpad.net/~roman-fiedler/+archive/ubuntu/ppa (xenial all) * https://packages.debian.org/sid/logdata-anomaly-miner (sid all) * https://launchpad.net/logdata-anomaly-miner/+download (CentOS - alien build!)
petname
β†’ 2.6
2017-05-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/petname
Img
Evergreen - Open ILS
C, Perl, JavaScript
β†’ 2.11.5
2017-05-24
Url http://evergreen-ils.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/evergreen
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This Launchpad project brings together bug reports, wishlist ideas, translations, and blueprints for future development of Evergreen.
DDRescue-GUI
Python 2, Bash
β†’ 1.7.1
2017-05-23
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/ddrescue-gui
Img
DDRescue-GUI is a simple GUI written in Python 2 designed to make the data recovery tool, ddrescue, easier for beginners to use. It's designed for Linux, and more recently Apple OS X, as KDiskRescue appears to be abandoned, with the last update in 2006. DDRescue-GUI is desgined to look native on almost all Desktop Environments, so whichever one you use, it should look familiar. DDRescue-GUI uses very few resources, so it'll run on almost any system, and give you the best battery life possible on laptops. DDRescue-GUI is cross-platform: It's runs on Linux and macOS (previously known as OS X). For the macOS package, everything is bundled with DDRescue-GUI, including ddrescue, so there are no system requirements outside of the default macOS installation. To get the latest news on DDRescue-GUI and my other programs, see my blog at www.errormania.altervista.org Note that this program uses GNU ddrescue, not the outdated dd_rescue, and it's available in my package archive for automatic updates at: www.launchpad.net/~hamishmb/+archive/myppa . Thanks also to Holly McIntyre-Bhatty, who designed and created the icon for this program, and created the splash image, & Minnie McIntyre-Bhatty, who designed the splash image for this program. I hope you enjoy using this program, and you can check out my other packages at www.launchpad.net/~hamishmb/+related-projects
Switchboard Security & Privacy Plug
vala
β†’ 0.1.2
2017-05-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/switchboard-plug-security-privacy
Img
The security & privacy plug is a section in Switchboard, the elementary System Settings app, where users can configure the security and the level of privacy according to his needs. Designed for elementary OS.
Switchboard User Accounts Plug
Vala
β†’ 0.1.4
2017-05-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/switchboard-plug-useraccounts
Img
Provider for Plainbox - TPM2
β†’ 1.3.0
2017-05-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-tpm2
Img
Provider for Plainbox - Canonical Certification Client
β†’ 0.30.0
2017-05-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-client
Img
Wingpanel Bluetooth Indicator
β†’ 2.0.2
2017-05-22
Url http://elementary.io/
LP https://launchpad.net/wingpanel-indicator-bluetooth
Img
AppCenter
Vala
β†’ 0.2.2
2017-05-21
Url http://elementary.io/
LP https://launchpad.net/appcenter
Img
AppCenter is a native Gtk+ app store built on AppStream and Packagekit
AppCenter
Vala
β†’ 0.2.1
2017-05-19
Url http://elementary.io/
LP https://launchpad.net/appcenter
Img
AppCenter is a native Gtk+ app store built on AppStream and Packagekit
BookWorm
Vala
β†’ 0.7
2017-05-18
Added support for comics in CBR and CBZ formats. Support for full screen reading
Url https://babluboy.github.io/bookworm/
LP https://launchpad.net/bookworm
Img https://github.com/babluboy/bookworm/blob/master/README.md
Read the books you love without having to worry about the different format complexities like epub, pdf, mobi, cbr, etc. This version supports EPUB, PDF and Comics (CBR and CBZ) formats with support for more formats to follow soon. Run the following commands to install Bookworm: Stable Build sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bookworm-team/bookworm sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bookworm Daily Build(Unstable): sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bablu-boy/bookworm-daily sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bookworm To build from source, follow the instructions at GitHub: https://github.com/babluboy/bookworm/blob/master/README.md Bookworm is translated using Weblate. Contribute to translations here: https://hosted.weblate.org/engage/bookworm/?utm_source=widget
AppCenter
Vala
β†’ 0.2
2017-05-17
Url http://elementary.io/
LP https://launchpad.net/appcenter
Img
AppCenter is a native Gtk+ app store built on AppStream and Packagekit
MAUS User Analysis Software
C++, python
β†’ v2.9.0
2017-05-15
The following changes were made: - TOF calibration updates - TOF digitisation updates - Tracker pattern recognition updates (efficiency enhancements) - Tracker Kalman filter updates - Tracker analysis updates - Extensive Global reconstruction updates - Geometry GDML handler update - Third party: python package installer upgrade to pip - Third party: pylint upgraded - Third party: CDB client updated - Third party: gSOAP added - Third party: G4BL beam in updated - Various other smaller updates
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/maus
Img
Pantheon Terminal
Vala
β†’ 0.4.2
2017-05-15
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/pantheon-terminal
Img
A super lightweight, beautiful, and simple terminal. It's designed to be setup with sane defaults and little to no configuration. It's just a terminal, nothing more, nothing less. Designed for elementary OS.
BackSlash Linux
Java, Python, C, C++, C#
β†’ mate
2017-05-13
Url https://www.backslashlinux.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/backslashlinux
Img https://www.backslashlinux.com/downloads/olaf/
BackSlash Linux is a Distribution that has been designed with love, care and professionalism keeping innovation in mind providing you simple and powerful computing experience. It is built to get things done with ease, comfort and control, making your life more simple. BackSlash Linux Olaf introduces 150+ new features over previous versions of BackSlash with more advanced security capabilities.
BackSlash Linux
Java, Python, C, C++, C#
β†’ olaf
2017-05-13
BackSlash Linux keeps getting better - BackSlash Linux Olaf includes new innovations, features and security capabilities. BackSlash Linux Olaf, built on the rock-solid foundation of Ubuntu Xenial Xerus and running over Plasma 5.9 as a Shell Script, introduces a new User Interface with lots of Improvements.
Url https://www.backslashlinux.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/backslashlinux
Img https://www.backslashlinux.com/downloads/olaf/
BackSlash Linux is a Distribution that has been designed with love, care and professionalism keeping innovation in mind providing you simple and powerful computing experience. It is built to get things done with ease, comfort and control, making your life more simple. BackSlash Linux Olaf introduces 150+ new features over previous versions of BackSlash with more advanced security capabilities.
MAAS
Python
β†’ 2.2.0rc4
2017-05-12
Url http://maas.ubuntu.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/maas
Img
MAAS offers a nice UI to provision your Ubuntu servers. Each physical server (β€œnode”) will be commissioned automatically on first boot. During the commissioning process administrators are able to configure hardware settings manually before an automated smoke test and burn-in test are done. Once commissioned, a node can be deployed on demand by name, or allocated to a queue for dynamic allocation to services being deployed on this MAAS. If you have any questions, please use Ask Ubuntu at http://askubuntu.com/questions/tagged/maas Current stable releases (1.9.3) can be found in https://launchpad.net/~maas/+archive/stable Current development releases (2.1beta5) can be found in https://launchpad.net/~maas/+archive/next
Slingshot
Vala
β†’ 2.1.2
2017-05-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/slingshot
Img
Designed for elementary OS.
BookWorm
Vala
β†’ 0.6
2017-05-12
Release Notes for Bookworm (v0.6.0) -Added support for books in PDF format -Added preferences to control the line width and line spacing for the reading view -Added a slider control to quickly browse through the pages of the books -Added caching support for fast opening of books in the library (turned on by default) -Added pop-up context menu for the book in the library view to update metadata like Title, Cover Image, etc -Added capability to add tags per book (context menu) and search for books by tag names -Small cosmetic changes on the footer-bar and icons to align to the Elementary OS look -Bug fixes and code optimizations
Url https://babluboy.github.io/bookworm/
LP https://launchpad.net/bookworm
Img https://github.com/babluboy/bookworm/blob/master/README.md
Read the books you love without having to worry about the different format complexities like epub, pdf, mobi, cbr, etc. This version supports EPUB, PDF and Comics (CBR and CBZ) formats with support for more formats to follow soon. Run the following commands to install Bookworm: Stable Build sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bookworm-team/bookworm sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bookworm Daily Build(Unstable): sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bablu-boy/bookworm-daily sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bookworm To build from source, follow the instructions at GitHub: https://github.com/babluboy/bookworm/blob/master/README.md Bookworm is translated using Weblate. Contribute to translations here: https://hosted.weblate.org/engage/bookworm/?utm_source=widget
juju
Go
β†’ 2.2-beta4
2017-05-11
Url https://jujucharms.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/juju
Img
Juju is the best solution to model your services in the cloud. You can use it through a GUI or from the command line, scale your services and easily move your model between clouds. Reduce workloads from days to minutes * Quickly deploy services * Reuse expertise from others * Automate mundane tasks * Focus on creating amazing applications Juju uses Launchpad for bug tracking, blueprint definition and release planning. Code is hosted at Github: https://github.com/juju/juju For details about current, supported, proposed, and devel releases see https://jujucharms.com/docs/stable/reference-releases/
proliu
β†’ 1.0
2017-05-11
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/proliu
Img
proliu just in order to test
Switchboard Power Plug
β†’ 0.3.1
2017-05-11
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/switchboard-plug-power
Img
Designed for elementary OS.
Pantheon Terminal
Vala
β†’ 0.4.1
2017-05-07
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/pantheon-terminal
Img
A super lightweight, beautiful, and simple terminal. It's designed to be setup with sane defaults and little to no configuration. It's just a terminal, nothing more, nothing less. Designed for elementary OS.
Switchboard Display Plug
Vala
β†’ 0.1.3
2017-05-02
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/switchboard-plug-display
Img
EMMS - The Emacs MultiMedia System
Emacs Lisp
β†’ 4.3
2017-05-02
Url http://gnu.org/software/emms/
LP https://launchpad.net/emms
Img http://gnu.org/software/emms/screenshots.html
GTK Theme Config
Vala
β†’ 1.2.2
2017-05-01
- Fix unterminated css declarations, split into sections - Add support for GTK+ 3.20+ - Updated translations: Czech, Lithuanian
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/gtk-theme-config
Img
umockdev
C, Vala
β†’ 0.9.1
2017-05-01
Url https://github.com/martinpitt/umockdev
LP https://launchpad.net/umockdev
Img
It also provides tools to record the properties and behaviour of particular devices, and to run a program or test suite under a test bed with the previously recorded devices loaded. This also allows developers of software like gphoto or libmtp to receive these records in bug reports and recreate the problem on their system without having access to the affected hardware. The UMockdevTestbed class builds a temporary sandbox for mock devices. Right now this covers sysfs, uevents, basic support for /dev devices, and recording/mocking usbdevfs ioctls (for PtP/MTP devices), but other aspects will be added in the future. You can add a number of devices including arbitrary sysfs attributes and udev properties, and then run your software in that test bed that is independent of the actual hardware it is running on. With this you can simulate particular hardware in virtual environments up to some degree, without needing any particular privileges or disturbing the whole system. The library supports gobject-introspection and builds a VAPI, so that you can also use it with Python, JavaScript, and other languages which support GI, and Vala.
Lifeograph digital diary
c++
β†’ 1.4.2
2017-04-30
1.4 is one of those extraordinary development cycles where huge leaps occured resulting in dramatical improvements in the user experince and redefine the usefulness of Lifeograph such as parametric tags and user interface animations. Visit http://lifeograph.sourceforge.net/wiki/Parametric_Tags_in_Lifeograph for more information. PLEASE BACKUP ALL DATA BEFORE UPGRADING TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE. Diary version has been updated in 1.4.0, so users of Android and Windows versions should also upgrade those platforms (to v0.7 and v0.4 respectively) to be able to work on their diary files everywhere.
Url http://lifeograph.sourceforge.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/lifeograph
Img
Screenshot
Vala
β†’ 0.1.3.1
2017-04-30
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/screenshot-tool
Img
BookWorm
Vala
β†’ 0.5
2017-04-28
Added functionality to update the book cover image, book title and give rating via a pop up menu (on right click of the book in library view). Several bug fixes and adjustments to publish bookworm on appcenter.
Url https://babluboy.github.io/bookworm/
LP https://launchpad.net/bookworm
Img https://github.com/babluboy/bookworm/blob/master/README.md
Read the books you love without having to worry about the different format complexities like epub, pdf, mobi, cbr, etc. This version supports EPUB, PDF and Comics (CBR and CBZ) formats with support for more formats to follow soon. Run the following commands to install Bookworm: Stable Build sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bookworm-team/bookworm sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bookworm Daily Build(Unstable): sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bablu-boy/bookworm-daily sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bookworm To build from source, follow the instructions at GitHub: https://github.com/babluboy/bookworm/blob/master/README.md Bookworm is translated using Weblate. Contribute to translations here: https://hosted.weblate.org/engage/bookworm/?utm_source=widget

Polled via Launchpad API.