This release adds new agusload -- ALSA-native GUS loader.
Debian packaging changes include new/fixed manpages and other small fixes:
awesfx (0.5.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium
* New upstream version 0.5.2
* Change maintainer to debian-multimedia team
* Move Vcs to salsa.d.o
* Bump Standards-Version to 4.4.0 (no changes needed)
* Point Homepage to GitHub page
* Point debian/watch to GitHub releases
* Use debhelper to install README-bank and setfx-sample.cfg
* Update gusload and add agusload, aweset and setfx manpages
That said, I'd like to ask if there are any plans on upstreaming all
those manpages. It seems quite a pain to maintain them in Debian only,
and they have no reasons to be Debian only either.
Similarly, are we really carrying a patch fixing some typos since 2007,
never been upstream? Please send that off.
Another point, is that I think you should bump the copyright years for
yourself in d/copyright, something for the next upload.
Also please share with upstream these issues:
X: awesfx source: deprecated-configure-filename
I: awesfx: spelling-error-in-binary usr/bin/text2sf chracter character
And for the next uploads please also take care of:
P: awesfx source: file-contains-trailing-whitespace debian/changelog (line 153)
P: awesfx source: package-uses-old-debhelper-compat-version 9
Lastly, please do not push any debian/ tags to the repository unless you
are very sure that's what is going to be uploaded. I may have asked for
some changes before uploading, and then that tag would not be correct
anymore. Sponsors differ here, I like to do the debian/ tags myself,
but others let the sponsoree do them.