bomstrip 9-13 source package in Ubuntu

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bomstrip (9-13) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Declare compliance with Debian Policy 4.5.0 with no changes.
  * Use the test-name autopkgtest feature.
  * Mark the adequate autopkgtest as superficial.
  * Do not use the host compiler when cross-building. (Closes: #951740)
  * Add a trivial git-buildpackage config file.

 -- Peter Pentchev <email address hidden>  Tue, 25 Feb 2020 17:41:03 +0200

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bomstrip: tool to strip Byte-Order Marks from UTF-8 text files

 Bomstrip is a very simple tool that removes BOM's (byte-order-marks)
 from UTF-8 files. UTF-8 does not have byte-ordering issues, so there
 is absolutely no need to have three bytes (the UTF-8-BOM) that do not
 say anything about the byte-order (since there is nothing to say).

bomstrip-dbgsym: debug symbols for bomstrip