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## Notes for application developers
-### Autotools have been dropped
-
-As already announced in the 14.0 release notes, the support for autotools finally has been dropped. The meson build system has been improved significantly and is now the standard way to build pulseaudio.
-
### New API for sending messages from clients to pulseaudio objects
The new "message API" was added to facilitate easy communication between clients and pulseaudio objects. It's currently used for switching bluetooth codecs and setting card profiles to sticky. The message API is using JSON format to exchange information between pulseaudio objects and a client.
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## Notes for packagers
+### Autotools have been dropped
+
+As already announced in the 14.0 release notes, the support for autotools finally has been dropped. The meson build system has been improved significantly and is now the standard way to build pulseaudio.
+
### The startup script can now read additional configuration from the /etc/pulse/default.pa.d/ directory
PulseAudio's startup script (default.pa for the normal per-user mode and system.pa for the system mode) defines the set of modules to load automatically on startup. At the end of the scripts there is now an include directive that loads files from `/etc/pulse/default.pa.d/` or `/etc/pulse/system.pa.d/`. This is primarily meant for distributions when they want to add some module to the configuration when installing a package: it's now easy to install a file containing the configuration for the installed package. Users can of course use this mechanism too if they prefer to add a module to the configuration without modifying the original startup script.