[Python-modules-team] sphinx-issuetracker_0.8-1_i386.changes is NEW
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(new) python-sphinxcontrib.issuetracker_0.8-1_all.deb optional python
Sphinx integration with different issue trackers
This extension for Sphinx 1.0 parses textual issue references like #10, looks
up the issue in the configured issue tracker, and includes a link to the issue.
Currently the following issue trackers are supported:
* Google Code
* Debian BTS
Furthermore this extension provides a simple API to add other issue trackers.
Changes: sphinx-issuetracker (0.8-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream version.
* Upload to unstable.
* Change binary package name to python-sphinxcontrib.issuetracker.
* Fix object.inv location for python-sphinx.
* Recommend python-debianbts as patch has been included upstream.
* Move python-launchpadlib to Recommends as it is optional.
* Add patch to conditionally add intersphinx mappings, depending on the
presence of files.
* Add patch to disable issue tracker integration during build to prevent
* Add patch to gracefully handle exceptions caused by missing
* Bump sphinx dependency to (>= 1.0.7+dfsg-1~)
* Bumped Standards-Version to 3.9.2 (no change necessary).
* Clean up debian/* using wrap-and-sort.
* Use dh_sphinxdoc.
* Mention JIRA as supported issue tracker.
* Add patch to disable inclusion of license text in sphinx build.
* Remove python-lxml from Recommends as it is no longer used.
* Use consistent wording of 'issue tracker'.
* Build documentation in dh_auto_build.
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sphinx-issuetracker_0.8-1.dsc - source python
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