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  * Add patch to fix FTBFS with go 1.18 (Closes: #1008395)
  * Remove constraints unnecessary since buster
  * Bump debhelper dependency to >= 11,
    since that's what is used in debian/compat.
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golang-github-bmatsuo-lmdb-go-dev: Bindings for the LMDB C library

 Go bindings to the OpenLDAP Lightning Memory-Mapped Database (LMDB).
 Packages Functionality is logically divided into several packages.
 Applications will usually need to import lmdb but may import other
 packages on an as needed basis.
 Packages in the exp/ directory are not stable and may change without
 warning. That said, they are generally usable if application
 dependencies are managed and pinned by tag/commit.
 Developers concerned with package stability should consult the
 documentation. lmdb GoDoc
 stable (#user-content-versioning-and-stability)
 go import "github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/lmdb"
 Core bindings allowing low-level access to LMDB. lmdbscan
 GoDoc (https://godoc.org/github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/lmdbscan)
 stable (#user-content-versioning-and-stability)
 go import "github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/lmdbscan"
 A utility package for scanning database ranges. The API is inspired by
 bufio.Scanner (https://godoc.org/bufio#Scanner) and the python cursor
 implementation (https://lmdb.readthedocs.org/en/release/#cursor-class).
 exp/lmdbpool GoDoc
 experimental (#user-content-versioning-and-stability)
 go import "github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/exp/lmdbpool"
 A utility package which facilitates reuse of lmdb.Txn objects using a
 sync.Pool. Naively storing lmdb.Txn objects in sync.Pool can be
 troublesome. And the lmdbpool.TxnPool type has been defined as a
 complete pooling solution and as reference for applications attempting
 to write their own pooling implementation.
 The lmdbpool package is relatively new. But it has a lot of potential
 utility. And once the lmdbpool API has been ironed out, and the
 implementation hardened through use by real applications it can be
 integrated directly into the lmdb package for more transparent
 integration. Please test this package and provide feedback to speed
 this process up. exp/lmdbsync GoDoc
 experimental (#user-content-versioning-and-stability)
 go import "github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/exp/lmdbsync"
 An experimental utility package that provides synchronization necessary
 to change an environment's map size after initialization. The package
 provides error handlers to automatically manage database size and retry
 failed transactions.
 The lmdbsync package is usable but the implementation of Handlers are
 unstable and may change in incompatible ways without notice.
 The use cases of dynamic map sizes and multiprocessing are niche and
 the package requires much more development driven by practical feedback
 before the Handler API and the provided implementations can be
 considered stable. Key Features: Idiomatic API inspired by BoltDB
 (https://github.com/boltdb/bolt) with automatic commit/rollback of
 transactions. The goal of lmdb-go is to provide idiomatic database
 interactions without compromising the flexibility of the C API.
 NOTE: While the lmdb package tries hard to make LMDB as easy to
 use as possible there are compromises, gotchas, and caveats that
 application developers must be aware of when relying on LMDB to store
 their data. All users are encouraged to fully read the documentation
 (https://godoc.org/github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/lmdb) so they are aware
 of these caveats.
 Where the lmdb package and its implementation decisions do not
 meet the needs of application developers in terms of safety or
 operational use the lmdbsync package has been designed to wrap lmdb and
 safely fill in additional functionality. Consult the documentation
 (https://godoc.org/github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/exp/lmdbsync) for more
 information about the lmdbsync package. API coverage The lmdb-go
 project aims for complete coverage of the LMDB C API (within reason).
 Some notable features and optimizations that are supported: • Idiomatic
 subtransactions ("sub-updates") that allow the batching of updates.•
 Batch IO on databases utilizing the MDB_DUPSORT and MDB_DUPFIXED flags.•
 Reserved writes than can save in memory copies converting/buffering into
 []byte. For tracking purposes a list of unsupported features is kept in
 an issue (https://github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/issues/1). Zero-copy reads
 Applications with high performance requirements can opt-in to fast,
 zero-copy reads at the cost of runtime safety. Zero-copy behavior is
 specified at the transaction level to reduce instrumentation overhead.
 ``` err := lmdb.View(func(txn *lmdb.Txn) error {
     // RawRead enables zero-copy behavior with some serious caveats.
     // Read the documentation carefully before using. txn.RawRead = true
 val, err := txn.Get(dbi, []byte("largevalue"), 0) // ...
 }) ``` Documentation Comprehensive documentation and examples
 are provided to demonstrate safe usage of lmdb. In addition to
 godoc (https://godoc.org/github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go) documentation,
 implementations of the standand LMDB commands (mdb_stat, etc) can be found
 in the cmd/ (cmd/) directory and some simple experimental commands can be
 found in the exp/cmd/ (exp/cmd) directory. Aside from providing minor
 utility these programs are provided as examples of lmdb in practice.
 LMDB compared to BoltDB: BoltDB is a quality database with a design
 similar to LMDB. Both store key-value data in a file and provide ACID
 transactions. So there are often questions of why to use one database
 or the other. Advantages of BoltDB• Nested databases allow for
 hierarchical data organization.• Far more databases can be accessed
 concurrently.• Operating systems that do not support sparse files do
 not use up excessive space due to a large pre-allocation of file space.
 The exp/lmdbsync package is intended to resolve this problem with
 LMDB but it is not ready.• As a pure Go package bolt can be easily
 cross-compiled using the go toolchain and GOOS/GOARCH variables.• Its
 simpler design and implementation in pure Go mean it is free of many
 caveats and gotchas which are present using the lmdb package. For more
 information about caveats with the lmdb package, consult its documentation
 (https://godoc.org/github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/lmdb).Advantages of LMDB•
 Keys can contain multiple values using the DupSort flag.• Updates can
 have sub-updates for atomic batching of changes.• Databases typically
 remain open for the application lifetime. This limits the number of
 concurrently accessible databases. But, this minimizes the overhead of
 database accesses and typically produces cleaner code than an equivalent
 BoltDB implementation.• Significantly faster than BoltDB. The raw
 speed of LMDB easily surpasses BoltDB. Additionally, LMDB provides
 optimizations ranging from safe, feature-specific optimizations to
 generally unsafe, extremely situational ones. Applications are free to
 enable any optimizations that fit their data, access, and reliability
 models.• LMDB allows multiple applications to access a database
 simultaneously. Updates from concurrent processes are synchronized using
 a database lock file.• As a C library, applications in any language
 can interact with LMDB databases. Mission critical Go applications can
 use a database while Python scripts perform analysis on the side.Build
 There is no dependency on shared libraries. So most users can simply
 install using go get.
 go get github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go/lmdb
 On FreeBSD 10, you must explicitly set CC (otherwise it will fail with
 a cryptic error), for example: CC=clang go test -v ./...
 Building commands and running tests can be done with go or with make:
 make bin ; make test ; make check ; make all
 On Linux, you can specify the pwritev build tag to reduce the number
 of syscalls required when committing a transaction. In your own package
 you can then do go build -tags pwritev .
 to enable the optimisation. DocumentationGo doc The go doc documentation
 available on godoc.org (https://godoc.org/github.com/bmatsuo/lmdb-go)
 is the primary source of developer documentation for lmdb-go.
 It provides an overview of the API with a lot of usage examples.
 Where necessary the documentation points out differences between
 the semantics of methods and their C counterparts. LMDB The
 LMDB homepage (http://symas.com/mdb/) and mailing list (archives
 (http://www.openldap.org/lists/openldap-technical/)) are the official
 source of documentation regarding low-level LMDB operation and internals.
 Along with an API reference LMDB provides a high-level summary
 (http://symas.com/mdb/doc/starting.html) of the library. While lmdb-go
 abstracts many of the thread and transaction details by default the rest
 of the guide is still useful to compare with go doc. Versioning and
 Stability The lmdb-go project makes regular releases with IDs X.Y.Z.
 All packages outside of the exp/ directory are considered stable and
 adhere to the guidelines of semantic versioning (http://semver.org/).
 Experimental packages (those packages in exp/) are not required to adhere
 to semantic versioning. However packages specifically declared to merely
 be "unstable" can be relied on more for long term use with less concern.
 The API of an unstable package may change in subtle ways between minor
 release versions. But deprecations will be indicated at least one
 release in advance and all functionality will remain available through
 some method. License Except where otherwise noted files in the lmdb-go
 project are licensed under the BSD 3-clause open source license.
 The LMDB C source is licensed under the OpenLDAP Public License.
 Linksgithub.com/bmatsuo/raft-mdb (https://github.com/bmatsuo/raft-mdb)
 (godoc (https://godoc.org/github.com/bmatsuo/raft-mdb))
 An experimental backend for github.com/hashicorp/raft
 (https://github.com/hashicorp/raft) forked from
 github.com/hashicorp/raft-mdb (https://github.com/hashicorp/raft-mdb).
 (godoc (https://godoc.org/github.com/bmatsuo/cayley/graph/lmdb))
 Experimental backend quad-store for github.com/google/cayley
 (https://github.com/google/cayley) based off of the BoltDB implementation

lmdb-go-tools: utilities for command-line lmdb usage

 This package contains tools like lmdb_cat, lmdb_copy, lmdb_stat and

lmdb-go-tools-dbgsym: debug symbols for lmdb-go-tools