jigdo 0.7.3-5 source package in Ubuntu


jigdo (0.7.3-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Switch addresses from atterer.org to atterer.org in various places
    (Closes: #609816)
  * jigdo-lite: use tmpDir when creating images. Closes: #578325
    Thanks to Mateusz Poszwa for the patch.
  * jigdo-lite: Cope with https URLs. Closes: #865864.
    Thanks to s3v for the patch for inspiration.
  * jigdo-lite: Unset GREP_OPTIONS at the start. Closes: #767318
  * jigdo-lite: Read/store the filesPerFetch setting from the config
    file. Closes: #826781
  * jigdo-file: Fix building with glibc >= 2.25. Closes: #880981
    Thanks to Matthias Klose for the patch.
  * Various packaging changes:
    + Switch source format to 3.0 (quilt) and split up patches a little
    + Update to Standards-Version: 4.1.1
    + Switch Priority to optional
    + Improve cross-building. Closes: #864516. Thanks to Helmut Grohne for
      the patch

 -- Steve McIntyre <email address hidden>  Thu, 07 Dec 2017 16:38:20 +0000

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jigdo-file: Download Debian CD images from any Debian mirror

 Using the jigdo-lite script contained in this package, you can use
 your nearest "regular" Debian mirror to download Debian CD images,
 instead of having to use one of the few, slow, overloaded mirrors
 that offer the images as direct HTTP or FTP downloads. See
 <http://www.debian.org/CD/jigdo-cd/> for details.
 Jigsaw Download, or short jigdo, is a scheme developed primarily to
 make it easy to distribute huge filesystem images (e.g. CD (ISO9660)
 or DVD (UDF) images) over the internet, but it could also be used for
 other data which is awkward to handle due to its size, like
 audio/video files or large software packages.
 jigdo tries to ensure that the large file is downloaded in small
 parts which can be stored on different servers. People who want to
 download the image do so by telling the jigdo download tool to
 process one ".jigdo" file; using it, jigdo downloads the parts and
 reassembles the image. jigdo-file is used to prepare the files for

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