plm 2.8.1-1 source package in Ubuntu

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plm (2.8.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release: More glitches fixed, in particular in Python.

 -- Martin Quinson <email address hidden>  Mon, 01 Jun 2020 20:25:09 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Martin Quinson on 2020-06-01
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Sid
Original maintainer:
Martin Quinson
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Groovy release on 2020-06-02 universe misc

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Groovy: [FULLYBUILT] amd64

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plm_2.8.1-1.debian.tar.xz 50.2 KiB da7b6dff01994d06493c0aba62e042947a218409ee757ebc48f3af257f6d4d70

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plm: Programming exerciser in Java, Python, Scala and others

 The Programmer's Learning Machine (PLM) is a free cross-platform programming
 exerciser. It lets you explore various concepts of programming through
 over 200 interactive exercises, that you can solve in either Java,
 Python or Scala.
 .
 The PLM interface and content is thoughtfully translated to English,
 French and Brazilian; Other translations may be added in the future.
 .
 The following concepts are included in this package:
 .
  - Welcome: teach basics of programming to absolute beginners
  - Maze: classical maze escaping algorithms for intermediate
  - Sort: classical sorting algorithms for intermediate. One
    introduction lesson presents the basics of the sorting algorithms
    while two additional lessons apply them in more recreative settings.
  - Recursion: classical logo algorithms for intermediate
  - Turtle Art: explore a few classical LOGO figures
  - LightBot: little programmer's brain teaser for intermediate and advanced
 .
 Other lessons are planned to explore new concepts, such as the
 backtracking, dynamic programming, object-oriented programming or the
 standard libraries of Python, Scala and Java. Other programming languages
 (such as Ruby or JavaScript) may be added in the future.