go-qrcode 0.0~git20190110.dc11ecd-2ubuntu0.1 source package in Ubuntu


go-qrcode (0.0~git20190110.dc11ecd-2ubuntu0.1) focal-security; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild due to golang-1.13 update

 -- David Fernandez Gonzalez <email address hidden>  Tue, 11 Oct 2022 01:54:31 +0200

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go-qrcode: go QR Code encoder

 A QR Code is a matrix (two-dimensional) barcode. Arbitrary content may
 be encoded, with URLs being a popular choice :)
 Each QR Code contains error recovery information to aid reading damaged
 or obscured codes. There are four levels of error recovery: Low, medium,
 high and highest. QR Codes with a higher recovery level are more robust
 to damage, at the cost of being physically larger.
 The maximum capacity of a QR Code varies according to the content encoded
 and the error recovery level. The maximum capacity is 2,953 bytes, 4,296
 alphanumeric characters, 7,089 numeric digits, or a combination of these.