libanyevent-termkey-perl 0.02-3 source package in Ubuntu

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libanyevent-termkey-perl (0.02-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Salvatore Bonaccorso ]
  * debian/control: Use HTTPS transport protocol for Vcs-Git URI

  [ gregor herrmann ]
  * debian/copyright: change Copyright-Format 1.0 URL to HTTPS.

  [ Salvatore Bonaccorso ]
  * Update Vcs-* headers for switch to salsa.debian.org

  [ gregor herrmann ]
  * debian/rules: use "perl Build test" for tests.
    Cf. #917497
  * Update years of packaging copyright.
  * Declare compliance with Debian Policy 4.3.0.
  * Bump debhelper compatibility level to 11.

 -- gregor herrmann <email address hidden>  Mon, 31 Dec 2018 18:34:26 +0100

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libanyevent-termkey-perl: module for terminal key input using libtermkey with AnyEvent

 AnyEvent::TermKey implements an asynchronous perl wrapper around the
 libtermkey library, which provides an abstract way to read keypress events in
 terminal-based programs. It yields structures that describe keys, rather than
 simply returning raw bytes as read from the TTY device.
 .
 It internally uses an instance of Term::TermKey to access the underlying C
 library. For details on general operation, including the representation of
 keypress events as objects, see the documentation on that class.
 .
 Proxy methods exist for normal accessors of Term::TermKey, and the usual
 behaviour of the getkey or other methods is instead replaced by the on_key
 event.