libapache2-reload-perl 0.13-3 source package in Ubuntu

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libapache2-reload-perl (0.13-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Simplify autopkgtest-pkg-perl override.
  * Update debian/tests/control to match the one generated by autodep8.
  * Annotate test-only build dependencies with <!nocheck>.
  * Declare compliance with Debian Policy 4.4.0.
  * Bump debhelper-compat to 12.
  * debian/watch: use uscan version 4.
  * Update years of packaging copyright.

 -- gregor herrmann <email address hidden>  Wed, 18 Sep 2019 21:19:46 +0200

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Jammy release main perl
Impish release main perl
Hirsute release main perl
Groovy release main perl
Focal release main perl

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libapache2-reload-perl: module for reloading Perl modules when changed on disk

 Apache2::Reload reloads modules that change on the disk.
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 When Perl pulls a file via "require", it stores the filename in the global
 hash %INC. The next time Perl tries to "require" the same file, it sees the
 file in %INC and does not reload from disk. This module's handler can be
 configured to iterate over the modules in %INC and reload those that have
 changed on disk. It can also monitor only specific modules that have
 registered themselves with Apache2::Reload. It is possible to trigger the
 check only when a special touch-file has been modified, minimizing the number
 of stat() calls per request.