haskell-atomic-write 0.2.0.7-2build1 source package in Ubuntu

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haskell-atomic-write (0.2.0.7-2build1) hirsute; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for new GHC ABIs

 -- Steve Langasek <email address hidden>  Fri, 30 Oct 2020 00:21:06 +0000

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libghc-atomic-write-dev: Atomically write to a file

 Atomically write to a file on POSIX-compliant systems while preserving
 permissions.
 .
 On most Unix systems, `mv` is an atomic operation. This makes it simple to
 write to a file atomically just by using the mv operation. However, this will
 destroy the permissions on the original file. This library does the following
 to preserve permissions while atomically writing to a file:
 .
 * If an original file exists, take those permissions and apply them to the
 temp file before `mv`ing the file into place.
 .
 * If the original file does not exist, create a following with default
 permissions (based on the currently-active umask).
 .
 This way, when the file is `mv`'ed into place, the permissions will be the
 ones held by the original file.
 .
 This library is based on similar implementations found in common libraries in
 Ruby and Python.
 .
 This package provides a library for the Haskell programming language.
 See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.

libghc-atomic-write-doc: Atomically write to a file; documentation

 Atomically write to a file on POSIX-compliant systems while preserving
 permissions.
 .
 On most Unix systems, `mv` is an atomic operation. This makes it simple to
 write to a file atomically just by using the mv operation. However, this will
 destroy the permissions on the original file. This library does the following
 to preserve permissions while atomically writing to a file:
 .
 * If an original file exists, take those permissions and apply them to the
 temp file before `mv`ing the file into place.
 .
 * If the original file does not exist, create a following with default
 permissions (based on the currently-active umask).
 .
 This way, when the file is `mv`'ed into place, the permissions will be the
 ones held by the original file.
 .
 This library is based on similar implementations found in common libraries in
 Ruby and Python.
 .
 This package provides the documentation for a library for the Haskell
 programming language.
 See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.

libghc-atomic-write-prof: Atomically write to a file; profiling libraries

 Atomically write to a file on POSIX-compliant systems while preserving
 permissions.
 .
 On most Unix systems, `mv` is an atomic operation. This makes it simple to
 write to a file atomically just by using the mv operation. However, this will
 destroy the permissions on the original file. This library does the following
 to preserve permissions while atomically writing to a file:
 .
 * If an original file exists, take those permissions and apply them to the
 temp file before `mv`ing the file into place.
 .
 * If the original file does not exist, create a following with default
 permissions (based on the currently-active umask).
 .
 This way, when the file is `mv`'ed into place, the permissions will be the
 ones held by the original file.
 .
 This library is based on similar implementations found in common libraries in
 Ruby and Python.
 .
 This package provides a library for the Haskell programming language, compiled
 for profiling. See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.