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Release Name: 3.0~rc1-1fremantle1 package for Fremantle

* This Fremantle release is EXPERIMENTAL.  Back up before installing, and let me know whether it works!
* Browser Switchboard now defaults to opening MicroB if there is no config 
  file -- this is a change in behavior from previous versions.  If you were
  using Browser Switchboard to launch Tear before, and hadn't made a
  configuration file, you'll now need to set Tear as your default browser
  explicitly using the UI (or by hand).
* If you are upgrading from version 2.1 of browser-proxy, please note that
  the config file has moved from /home/user/.config/browser-proxy to
  /home/user/.config/browser-switchboard.  The old location is still
  supported for now, but you may wish to rename your config file.
* The files comprising the source package need to be renamed before
  dpkg-source will extract them for you.  Rename them so that a tilde
  (~) appears before the "rc" -- e.g. browser-switchboard_3.0rc1-1.dsc
  becomes browser-switchboard_3.0~rc1-1.dsc.  Garage doesn't seem to like
  tildes in filenames.

Changes: * Upstream changes: - move to an all-C implementation for better performance and memory usage - add a configuration hildon-control-panel plugin - make MicroB the default default browser * Packaging changes: - Accommodate the move to C: + Package is now Arch: any. + Revise Build-Depends and Depends appropriately. + debian/postrm now kills off both Python and C browser-switchboards. + debian/rules: build an Arch: any package, use the new Makefile-based build and install, dh_strip the binaries, make shlibdeps. - Add a different .desktop file with the Fremantle location of the stock web browser icon. * Cherry-pick 323bf8... ("config-ui: Teach UI how to HUP C browser-switchboards") from Git master.

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