liblinux-usermod-perl 0.69-2 source package in Ubuntu


liblinux-usermod-perl (0.69-2) unstable; urgency=low

  [ gregor herrmann ]
  * debian/control: Changed: Maintainer set to Debian Perl Group <pkg-
    <email address hidden>> (was: Debian Perl Project
    <email address hidden>  ).
  * debian/control: Added: ${misc:Depends} to Depends: field.

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

  [ Salvatore Bonaccorso ]
  * Change Vcs-Git to canonical URI (git://

  [ Daniel Lintott ]
  * Convert to short-format dh and compat 8
  * Refresh packaging using dh-make-perl refresh
    + Update debian/control
    + Migrate debian/copyright to format 1.0
  * Use for debian/watch
  * Convert package to source format 3.0(quilt)
  * Add patch to correct non-ascii character in POD
  * debian/control - Updated both the long and short descriptions

 -- Daniel Lintott <email address hidden>  Fri, 11 Apr 2014 17:23:09 +0100

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liblinux-usermod-perl_0.69-2.dsc 2.2 KiB 65c9a23ffca509e201a8a02757fd34daaa07fb80b75484cd345142ad56c2ebb0
liblinux-usermod-perl_0.69.orig.tar.gz 7.3 KiB 97ca186a3c416bf69ed62da046f1a60d88d89b8e6ed25008b2f96e787dee9d60
liblinux-usermod-perl_0.69-2.debian.tar.xz 2.0 KiB a9c5255fd8c6df8d6108de4946acf8ac90b2a70461685260adab252b53966844

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liblinux-usermod-perl: module to modify user and group accounts

 The Linux::usermod module adds, removes and modifies user and group accounts
 according to the passwd and shadow files syntax (like struct passwd from
 pwd.h). It is not necessary those accounts to be system as long as
 $Linux::usermod::file_passwd, $Linux::usermod::file_shadow,
 $Linux::usermod::file_group, $Linux::usermod::file_gshadow are not in the
 "/etc" directory.