libb-cow-perl 0.007-1 source package in Ubuntu


libb-cow-perl (0.007-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload

  * Import upstream version 0.007.
  * Bump debhelper-compat to 13
  * Declare compliance with Debian Policy 4.6.1

 -- Florian Schlichting <email address hidden>  Mon, 21 Nov 2022 21:17:49 +0100

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libb-cow-perl_0.007-1.debian.tar.xz 2.1 KiB ebedfae8998f4aaf036fed5365f85c851fdcbb42ea9c5f613d041188830be77a

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libb-cow-perl: additional B helpers to check COW status

 B::COW provides some naive additional B helpers to check the COW status of
 one SvPV.
 A COWed SvPV is sharing its string (the PV) with other SvPVs. It's a (kind
 of) Read Only C string, that would be Copied On Write (COW).
 More than one SV can share the same PV, but when one PV need to alter it, it
 would perform a copy of it, decrease the COWREFCNT counter.
 One SV can then drop the COW flag when it's the only one holding a pointer to
 the PV.
 The COWREFCNT is stored at the end of the PV, after the "\0".
 That value is limited to 255, after that a new PV would be created,

libb-cow-perl-dbgsym: debug symbols for libb-cow-perl