feed2exec 0.13.0 source package in Ubuntu

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feed2exec (0.13.0) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Antoine Beaupré ]
  * python 3.7 support, default on python:latest now
  * wayback machine API change: HEAD not supported anymore
  * fix strange crash in wayback plugin
  * comply with new feedparser deprecation warning
  * switch to logging.warning to comply with deprecation warning
  * disable cov which crashes on sqlite3.IntegrityError
  * explain how tests are hooked up together.
  * fix typo, thanks gagz
  * include post timestamp in ikiwiki GUIDs

  [ Kang ]
  * According to RFC5064, change header 'Archive-At' to 'Archived-At'

 -- Antoine Beaupré <email address hidden>  Sat, 16 Feb 2019 10:38:09 -0500

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Uploaded by:
anarcat on 2019-02-16
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Original maintainer:
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Section:
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feed2exec: programmable feed reader

 feed2exec is a simple program that runs custom actions on new RSS
 feed items (or whatever feedparser can read). It currently has
 support for writing into mailboxes (Maildir or mbox folders) or
 executing commands, but more actions can be easily implemented
 through plugins. Email are saved as multipart plain/HTML and can be
 sent to arbitrary folders.

feed2exec-doc: programmable feed reader - documentation files

 feed2exec is a simple program that runs custom actions on new RSS
 feed items (or whatever feedparser can read). It currently has
 support for writing into mailboxes (Maildir or mbox folders) or
 executing commands, but more actions can be easily implemented
 through plugins. Email are saved as multipart plain/HTML and can be
 sent to arbitrary folders.
 .
 HTML documentation for the feed2exec feed reader.