libcache-memcached-perl 1.30-1 source package in Ubuntu


libcache-memcached-perl (1.30-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Ansgar Burchardt ]
  * debian/control: Convert Vcs-* fields to Git.

  [ Fabrizio Regalli ]
  * Update d/compat to 8
  * Update debhelper to (>=8.0)

  [ gregor herrmann ]
  * New upstream release.
  * Refresh patch (offset).
  * debian/copyright: update to Copyright-Format 1.0.
  * debian/copyright: update packaging copyright years, Tincho's email
    address, license stanzas.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.3 (no changes).

 -- gregor herrmann <email address hidden>  Fri, 08 Jun 2012 21:15:14 +0200

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libcache-memcached-perl_1.30-1.dsc 2.2 KiB 796f5dcd650518bf102dce8559432bac1acb8622916c9110526aede5f6334bb8
libcache-memcached-perl_1.30.orig.tar.gz 20.2 KiB 31b3c51ec0eaaf03002e2cc8e3d7d5cbe61919cfdada61c008eb9853acac42a9
libcache-memcached-perl_1.30-1.debian.tar.gz 4.0 KiB 14ad5c2cc4d9a4be8be3f6965242bca257f0a53b0a40d0809966fc268ffb3d48

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libcache-memcached-perl: Perl module for using memcached servers

 Cache::Memcached is a module that interfaces with the memcached distributed
 memory cache daemon. Danga Interactive's memcached is a generic memory object
 caching system, often used to accelerate dynamic web sites by reducing load
 on slower databases. (See the memcached package)
 This module allows Perl authors to quickly set and retrieve key/data pairs
 from memcached servers, even clusters of multiple daemons. As such, it is
 used to power several large-scale and high-performance web sites, including
 LiveJournal and Slashdot.