golang-github-glycerine-go-unsnap-stream 0.0~git20190901.81cf024-1 source package in Ubuntu


golang-github-glycerine-go-unsnap-stream (0.0~git20190901.81cf024-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Nilesh Patra ]
  * New upstream version 0.0~git20190901.81cf024
  * Drop compat, switch to debhelper-compat version 12
  * Add upstream/metadata
  * Add "Rules-Requires-Root:no"
  * Bump standards version to 4.5.0
  * Add myself to uploaders (Closes: #940359)
    + Remove Alexandre from uploaders
    + Thank you Alexandre for your work so far
  * Fix copyright

  [ Utkarsh Gupta ]
  * Remove needless Files-Excluded section from d/copyright

 -- Nilesh Patra <email address hidden>  Sat, 21 Mar 2020 15:15:00 +0530

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golang-github-glycerine-go-unsnap-stream-dev: library for decoding the snappy streaming format

 Package unsnap is a small golang library for decoding and encoding
 the snappy streaming format, specified here:
 Note that the streaming or framing format for snappy is different from
 snappy itself. Think of it as a train of boxcars: the streaming format
 breaks your data in chunks, applies snappy to each chunk alone, then
 puts a thin wrapper around the chunk, and sends it along in turn. You
 can begin decoding before receiving everything. And memory requirements
 for decoding are sane.