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kazehakase (0.5.8-1) unstable; urgency=low

    The kazehakase-webkit package, which was removed in 0.5.4-2.2, is now
    reinstated.  The usual regressions reported for Epiphany at #548567
    apply here as well.
  
    A new pseudo-engine "per_process" is available, which spawns separate
    per-tab and per-window processes via D-Bus.  Currently it relies on
    the Gecko engine.  To enable it, select "per_process" from
    Preference->Browser.

 -- Yavor Doganov <yavor@gnu.org>  Sun, 04 Oct 2009 19:11:03 +0300

kazehakase (0.5.4-1) unstable; urgency=low

    WebKit is now supported by Kazehakase.  The browser itself is still
    in the 'kazehakase' package, while the gecko rendering engine has been
    broken out into 'kazehakase-gecko'.  Installing the 'kazehakase-webkit'
    package and selecting 'webkit_gtk' as the layout engine (or removing
    the 'kazehakase-gecko' package) will switch you to the new engine.
    IT IS STILL EXPERIMENTAL.  It has not been widely tested, and I've
    noticed a number of bugs while using it.  If you're looking for
    stability: STICK WITH GECKO FOR NOW.

 -- Andres Salomon <dilinger@debian.org>  Wed, 16 Apr 2008 17:33:32 +0000