dpkg 1.20.9ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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dpkg (1.20.9ubuntu1) hirsute; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian; remaining changes:
    - Change native source version/format mismatch errors into warnings
      until the dust settles on Debian bug 737634 about override options.
    - Add DPKG_UNTRANSLATED_MESSAGES environment check so that higher-level
      tools can get untranslated dpkg terminal log messages while at the
      same time having translated debconf prompts.
    - Special-case arm{el,hf} ELF objects in Shlibs/Objdump.pm for multilib.
    - Map unqualified package names of multiarch-same packages to the native
      arch instead of throwing an error, so that we don't break on upgrade
      when there are unqualified names stored in the dpkg trigger database.
    - Apply a workaround from mvo to consider ^rc packages as multiarch,
      during the dpkg consistency checks. (see LP: 1015567 and 1057367).
    - dpkg-gencontrol: Fix Package-Type override handling for ddeb support.
    - Add Zstd compression and decompression support for binary packages.
    - scripts/Dpkg/Vendor/Ubuntu.pm: set 'nocheck' in build options by default
      on Ubuntu/riscv64.  Overridable in debian/rules with
      'DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS := $(filter-out nocheck,$(DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS))'.
    - scripts/Dpkg/Vendor/Ubuntu.pm, scripts/dpkg-buildpackage.pl:
      Set 'nocheck' for riscv64 using a new 'update-buildopts' hook and make
      it effective with old style debhelper, too.
    - Dpkg::Vendor::Debian: Add new lto feature in new optimize area, taken
      from
      https://git.hadrons.org/cgit/debian/dpkg/dpkg.git/log/?h=next/1.21.x
    - dpkg-dev: Depend on lto-disabled-list.
    - dpkg-buildflags: Read package source names from lto-disabled-list,
      to build without lto optimizations. When adding a source package to the
      list, please also file a launchpad issue and tag it with 'lto'.
    - Turn on LTO optimizations on amd64, arm64, ppc64el, s390x.
      See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ToolChain/LTO for more information.
    - scripts/Dpkg/Vendor/Ubuntu.pm: set 'noudeb' build profile by
      default. Override this by exporting DEB_BUILD_PROFILE='!noudeb' which
      will be stripped, and thus building with udebs. LP: #1884836

dpkg (1.20.9) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Guillem Jover ]
  * Test suite:
    - Pass --ignore-builtin-builddeps to dpkg-buildpackage.

dpkg (1.20.8) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Guillem Jover ]
  * start-stop-daemon: Open the --output file in append mode.
  * dpkg: Fix --auto-deconfigure for essential and protected during
    installation. Reported by Julian Andres Klode <email address hidden>.
    See #983014.
  * dpkg-realpath: Fix resolution for absolute symlinks on «/».
    Closes: #983855
  * dpkg-realpath: Fix symlink loop tracker.
  * Perl modules:
    - Test::Dpkg: Fix test data path fetching on CPAN.
    - Dpkg::Exit: Preserve exit code in END block.
  * Build system:
    - Group Test::Dpkg changelog entries into “Perl modules” section.
  * Packaging:
    - Run autopkgtest test suites in verbose mode.
  * Test suite:
    - Set PERL in the perl test suite.
    - Use gunzip instead of zcat and assume it might not be present.
    - Mock dpkg and gcc for architecture detection code.
    - Initialize DEB_BUILD_ARCH and DEB_HOST_ARCH to avoid computing them.
    - Update suppressions for cppcheck 2.4.

  [ Update man pages translations ]
  * Dutch (Frans Spiesschaert). Closes: #981884
  * German (Helge Kreutzmann).
  * Portuguese (Américo Monteiro). Closes: #980018

  [ Update programs translations ]
  * Dutch (Frans Spiesschaert). Closes: #981882

  [ Update scripts translations ]
  * German (Helge Kreutzmann). Closes: #983865

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Wed, 14 Apr 2021 12:32:22 +0200

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dpkg: Debian package management system

 This package provides the low-level infrastructure for handling the
 installation and removal of Debian software packages.
 .
 For Debian package development tools, install dpkg-dev.

dpkg-dbgsym: debug symbols for dpkg
dpkg-dev: Debian package development tools

 This package provides the development tools (including dpkg-source)
 required to unpack, build and upload Debian source packages.
 .
 Most Debian source packages will require additional tools to build;
 for example, most packages need make and the C compiler gcc.

dselect: Debian package management front-end

 dselect is a high-level interface for managing the installation and
 removal of Debian software packages.
 .
 Many users find dselect intimidating and new users may prefer to use
 apt-based user interfaces.

dselect-dbgsym: debug symbols for dselect
libdpkg-dev: Debian package management static library

 This package provides the header files and static library necessary to
 develop software using libdpkg, the same library used internally by dpkg.
 .
 Note though, that the API is to be considered volatile, and might change
 at any time, use at your own risk.

libdpkg-perl: Dpkg perl modules

 This package provides the perl modules used by the scripts
 in dpkg-dev. They cover a wide range of functionality. Among them
 there are the following public modules:
 .
  - Dpkg: core variables
  - Dpkg::Arch: architecture handling functions
  - Dpkg::Build::Info: build information functions
  - Dpkg::BuildFlags: set, modify and query compilation build flags
  - Dpkg::BuildOptions: parse and manipulate DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS
  - Dpkg::BuildProfiles: parse and manipulate build profiles
  - Dpkg::Changelog: parse changelogs
  - Dpkg::Changelog::Entry: represents a changelog entry
  - Dpkg::Changelog::Parse: generic changelog parser for dpkg-parsechangelog
  - Dpkg::Checksums: generate and parse checksums
  - Dpkg::Compression: simple database of available compression methods
  - Dpkg::Compression::FileHandle: transparently (de)compress files
  - Dpkg::Compression::Process: wrapper around compression tools
  - Dpkg::Conf: parse dpkg configuration files
  - Dpkg::Control: parse and manipulate Debian control information
    (.dsc, .changes, Packages/Sources entries, etc.)
  - Dpkg::Control::Changelog: represent fields output by dpkg-parsechangelog
  - Dpkg::Control::Fields: manage (list of known) control fields
  - Dpkg::Control::Hash: parse and manipulate a block of RFC822-like fields
  - Dpkg::Control::Info: parse files like debian/control
  - Dpkg::Control::Tests: parse files like debian/tests/control
  - Dpkg::Control::Tests::Entry: represents a debian/tests/control stanza
  - Dpkg::Deps: parse and manipulate dependencies
  - Dpkg::Deps::Simple: represents a single dependency statement
  - Dpkg::Deps::Multiple: base module to represent multiple dependencies
  - Dpkg::Deps::Union: list of unrelated dependencies
  - Dpkg::Deps::AND: list of AND dependencies
  - Dpkg::Deps::OR: list of OR dependencies
  - Dpkg::Deps::KnownFacts: list of installed and virtual packages
  - Dpkg::Exit: push, pop and run exit handlers
  - Dpkg::Gettext: wrapper around Locale::gettext
  - Dpkg::IPC: spawn sub-processes and feed/retrieve data
  - Dpkg::Index: collections of Dpkg::Control (Packages/Sources files for
    example)
  - Dpkg::Interface::Storable: base object serializer
  - Dpkg::Path: common path handling functions
  - Dpkg::Source::Format: manipulate debian/source/format files
  - Dpkg::Source::Package: extract Debian source packages
  - Dpkg::Substvars: substitute variables in strings
  - Dpkg::Vendor: identify current distribution vendor
  - Dpkg::Version: parse and manipulate Debian package versions
 .
 All the packages listed in Suggests or Recommends are used by some of the
 modules.