botch 0.21-5 source package in Ubuntu


botch (0.21-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * add patch fixing test output for changed dictionary ordering from Python
    3.5 to 3.6. Also bump build dependency on Python (closes: #869586)
  * remove empty recommends and suggests fields from botch-doc
  * use https URI in debian/watch
  * bump Standards-Version to 4.1.1 (no changes)

 -- Johannes Schauer <email address hidden>  Wed, 01 Nov 2017 11:13:50 +0100

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botch: tools to create and analyse dependency graphs

 botch is a collection of tools to create and analyze dependency graphs. This
 task is facilitated by a range of individual tools which use the deb822 and
 graphml formats to exchange information with each other.
 The tools installed by this package provide these features:
  - analyze graphs
  - transform Packages and Sources control files
  - create graphs of different types
  - analysis of Packages and Sources control files
  - handling of botch-internal formats
  - dose3 wrappers
  - set operations on Packages or Sources files
  - create build orders
  - conversion of graphs
  - shell scripts connecting the tools for meaningful operations
  - extract regions from graphs

botch-dbgsym: debug symbols for botch
botch-doc: Bootstrapping helper - documentation

 Botch stands for bootstrap/build ordering tool chain and allows one to create
 and analyze bootstrapping dependency graphs, creates suggestions how to break
 dependency cycles and generates a build order.
 This package contains the documentation.