libjson-multivalueordered-perl 0.006-2 source package in Ubuntu


libjson-multivalueordered-perl (0.006-2) unstable; urgency=medium

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  * Apply multi-arch hints. + libjson-multivalueordered-perl: Add Multi-Arch: foreign.
  * Bump debhelper from old 12 to 13.
  * Update standards version to 4.5.1, no changes needed.
  * Update standards version to 4.6.1, no changes needed.

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libjson-multivalueordered-perl: module to handle JSON like {"a":1, "a":2}

 A hash tied to the JSON::MultiValueOrdered class acts more or less like
 a standard hash, except that when you assign a new value to an existing
 key, the old value is retained underneath. An explicit delete deletes
 all values associated with a key.
 By default, the old values are inaccessible through the hash interface,
 but can be retrieved via the tied object, however, the fetch_* methods
 provide a means to alter the behaviour of the hash.