libmikmod 3.3.8-2 source package in Ubuntu

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libmikmod (3.3.8-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Rebuild to get debug packages (closes: #785584).
  * Rework debian/copyright in machine-readable format.
  * Drop obsolete lintian source overrides.

 -- Stephen Kitt <email address hidden>  Sat, 02 Jan 2016 14:45:48 +0100

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libmikmod-config: No summary available for libmikmod-config in ubuntu yakkety.

No description available for libmikmod-config in ubuntu yakkety.

libmikmod-dev: Portable sound library - development files

 This library is capable of playing samples as well as module files
 and was originally written by Jean-Paul Mikkers (MikMak) for DOS. It
 has subsequently been hacked by many hands and now runs on many Unix
 flavours.
 .
 It supports OSS, ALSA, SDL and PulseAudio outputs, and can also write
 to disk in raw, WAV and AIFF formats.
 .
 Supported file formats include mod, stm, s3m, mtm, xm, and it.
 .
 This package contains the symlinks, headers, and object files needed
 to compile and link programs which use libmikmod.

libmikmod3: No summary available for libmikmod3 in ubuntu zesty.

No description available for libmikmod3 in ubuntu zesty.

libmikmod3-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libmikmod3

 This library is capable of playing samples as well as module files
 and was originally written by Jean-Paul Mikkers (MikMak) for DOS. It
 has subsequently been hacked by many hands and now runs on many Unix
 flavours.
 .
 It supports OSS, ALSA, SDL and PulseAudio outputs, and can also write
 to disk in raw, WAV and AIFF formats.
 .
 Supported file formats include mod, stm, s3m, mtm, xm, and it.