flx 0.6.1-2 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

flx (0.6.1-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Rebuild against newer dh-elpa to fix byte compilation against
    unversioned bin:emacs.
  * Drop d/source/local-options for dgit.
  * Update Maintainer field for team rename.
  * Correct dependency emacs->emacsen-common.
  * Point Vcs-* at salsa.
  * Declare compliance with Debian Policy 4.1.4.
    - Drop Built-Using.

 -- Sean Whitton <email address hidden>  Sun, 03 Jun 2018 19:06:01 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Debian Emacsen team on 2018-06-03
Uploaded to:
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Original maintainer:
Debian Emacsen team
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Disco release on 2018-10-30 universe misc
Cosmic release on 2018-06-04 universe misc

Builds

Cosmic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64

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Binary packages built by this source

elpa-flx: sorting algorithm for fuzzy matching in Emacs

 The flx sorting algorithm for Emacs provides fuzzy matching for
 completion engines like Ido. It is similar to the fuzzy matching
 functionality of Sublime Text.
 .
 The user can input (i) characters from the beginning of the words of
 the desired match and (ii) substrings of the desired match. For
 example, when matching "save-all-buffers", the user could input
 "sallb", and when matching "eval-buffer" the user could input
 "ebuffer".
 .
 The flx sorting algorithm implements an intelligent trade-off between
 word beginnings and contiguous substrings when ranking possible
 matches.

elpa-flx-ido: allows Emacs Ido to use the flx sorting algorithm

 The flx sorting algorithm for Emacs provides fuzzy matching for
 completion engines like Ido. It is similar to the fuzzy matching
 functionality of Sublime Text.
 .
 The user can input (i) characters from the beginning of the words of
 the desired match and (ii) substrings of the desired match. For
 example, when matching "save-all-buffers", the user could input
 "sallb", and when matching "eval-buffer" the user could input
 "ebuffer".
 .
 The flx sorting algorithm implements an intelligent trade-off between
 word beginnings and contiguous substrings when ranking possible
 matches.
 .
 This package allows Emacs Ido to use the flx sorting algorithm.