csv-mode 1.12-1 source package in Ubuntu

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csv-mode (1.12-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  * Add upstream/signing-key.asc
  * Update watch file to use upstream uncompressed release tarball, download
    tarball signature, and finally compress the verified tarball with xz.
  * control: Add Rules-Requires-Root: no.
  * Enable autopkgtests for new upstream tests.
  * Declare Standards-Version 4.5.0. (no further changes required)

 -- Nicholas D Steeves <email address hidden>  Wed, 19 Feb 2020 18:15:20 -0500

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Debian Emacsen team
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Original maintainer:
Debian Emacsen team
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csv-mode_1.12.orig.tar.xz 20.1 KiB 42557c491761c98c5b229d425204cd2d81867a160541074ba1a0e67886b50fcf
csv-mode_1.12-1.debian.tar.xz 3.8 KiB cb860ab771f74b8b9caa99fe4433a290af1d5247c1062ddb25a376fc586e9b98

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Binary packages built by this source

elpa-csv-mode: Emacs major mode for editing comma, char, and tab separated values

 This package implements CSV mode, a major mode for editing records in
 a generalised CSV (character-separated values) format. It also
 features support for TSV (tab-separated values). CSV mode supports
 operations such as the following:
 .
   * sort lexicographically and numerically on a specified
     field or column.
   * kill and yank by field or column. C-c C-k can kill more than one
     field at once, but multiple killed fields can be yanked only as a
     fixed group equivalent to a single field.
   * align fields into columns.
   * interchange between rows and columns.
 .
 CSV mode can recognise fields separated by a number of individual
 characters, configurable in `csv-separators'. CSV data fields can be
 delimited with quote characters. This implementation supports quoted
 fields, where all permitted quote characters are specified in the
 customisable user option `csv-field-quotes'. By default, the only
 separator is a comma and the only field quote is a double quote.
 .
 The global minor mode `csv-field-index-mode' displays the current
 field index in the mode line, cf. `line-number-mode' and
 `column-number-mode'. It is on by default.