dotconf 1.3-0.3fakesync1 source package in Ubuntu


dotconf (1.3-0.3fakesync1) bionic-proposed; urgency=medium

  * Fake sync due to mismatching orig tarball.

dotconf (1.3-0.3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * debian/control: Drop explicit Pre-Depends on multiarch-support (Closes:

 -- Jeremy Bicha <email address hidden>  Thu, 18 Jan 2018 14:43:40 -0500

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Hirsute release main libs
Focal release main libs
Bionic release main libs


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dotconf_1.3.orig.tar.gz 350.6 KiB 17e0f6f72a84d6af8948d13d04ac8ecf7211df169a7cbd670845b0455f3c2d15
dotconf_1.3-0.3fakesync1.debian.tar.xz 4.8 KiB 1061ac5c4c7977d358f5656479d9f65e480ea244fa4cfb10afdcfd02410b4d0b
dotconf_1.3-0.3fakesync1.dsc 1.8 KiB c155957e4407a336ce91d16a3e4b5e8c0a758de08a25812a6c226db8371ac946

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libdotconf-dev: No summary available for libdotconf-dev in ubuntu disco.

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libdotconf0: Configuration file parser library - runtime files

 dot.conf is a simple-to-use and powerful configuration-file parser
 library written in C. The configuration files created for dot.conf
 look very similar to those used by the Apache Webserver. Even
 Container-Directives known from httpd.conf can easily be used in the
 exact same manner as for Apache-Modules. It supports various types of
 arguments, dynamically loadable modules that create their own
 configuration options on-the-fly, a here-documents feature to pass
 very long ARG_STR data to your app, and on-the-fly inclusion of
 additional config files.

libdotconf0-dbg: No summary available for libdotconf0-dbg in ubuntu groovy.

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