pip-check-reqs 2.4.3-1 source package in Ubuntu

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pip-check-reqs (2.4.3-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * Bump Standards-Version up to 4.6.2.
  * Bump copyright years in debian/copyright and fix upstream contact name.

 -- Francois Marier <email address hidden>  Mon, 02 Jan 2023 13:25:38 -0800

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Original maintainer:
Fran├žois Marier
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pip-check-reqs: checker for missing and extra packages in Python requirements

 It happens: you start using a module in your project and it works and you
 don't realise that it's only being included in your virtualenv because it's
 a dependency of a package you're using. pip-missing-reqs finds those modules
 so you can include them in the requirements.txt for the project.
 .
 Alternatively, you have a long-running project that has some packages in
 requirements.txt that are no longer actively used in the codebase. The
 pip-extra-reqs tool will find those modules so you can remove them.