libdbd-sqlite3-perl 1.64-1 source package in Ubuntu

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libdbd-sqlite3-perl (1.64-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Bump debhelper compatibility level to 12
  * Declare compliance with policy 4.4.0
  * Add debian/gbp.conf
  * Import upstream version 1.64
  * Set minimal libsqlite3-dev minimal version to 3.29.0~
  * Remove patches applied upstream
  * Update skip-a-compatibility-test patch
  * Update debian/copyright

 -- Xavier Guimard <email address hidden>  Sat, 17 Aug 2019 22:07:21 +0200

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Debian Perl Group on 2019-08-18
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Eoan release on 2019-08-31 universe perl

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libdbd-sqlite3-perl: Perl DBI driver with a self-contained RDBMS

 DBD::SQLite is a Perl DBI driver with a self-contained relational database
 management system. It embeds a small and fast embedded SQL database engine
 called SQLite (see sqlite3) into a DBI driver. It is useful if you want a
 relational database for your project, but don't want to install a large
 RDBMS system like MySQL or PostgreSQL.
 .
 SQLite supports the following features:
 .
  * Implements a large subset of SQL92 (<URL:http://www.sqlite.org/lang.html>)
  * A complete DB in a single disk file
    Everything for your database is stored in a single disk file, making it
    easier to move things around than with DBD::CSV.
  * Atomic commit and rollback
 .
 The engine is very fast, but for updates/inserts/dml it does perform a global
 lock on the entire database. This, obviously, might not be good for multiple
 user systems. The database also appears to be significantly faster if your
 transactions are coarse.

libdbd-sqlite3-perl-dbgsym: debug symbols for libdbd-sqlite3-perl