porg 2:0.10-1.1build1 source package in Ubuntu


porg (2:0.10-1.1build1) focal; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for libgcc-s1 package name change.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Sun, 22 Mar 2020 16:54:28 +0100

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gpaco: No summary available for gpaco in ubuntu groovy.

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grop: Graphic interface for the porg package manager/organizer

 Grop is the graphic interface of porg. It uses and depends on the GTKMM
 library. It's not meant to be a replacement of porg, since it lacks some
 important features like logging package installations, but it allows for
 manipulating the installed packages in a more comfortable way.
 This package is a complete replacement for the deprecated 'gpaco' package.

grop-dbgsym: debug symbols for grop
paco: Transitional package to pull in porg

 The paco program has been renamed to porg. This is the transitional dummy
 package to get upgrading systems to install porg.
 You can safely remove this dummy package once nothing depends on it

porg: Package manager/organizer for software installed from source

 Porg (formerly known as paco), is a program to aid management of software
 packages installed from source code.
 After the installation of such packages, one is usually left with having no
 idea of what it was installed and where it all went, making it difficult to
 uninstall the package in the future. Porg was written to solve this problem
 in a quite simple fashion.
 When installing a package from sources, porg wraps the install command
 (e.g. "make install"), and saves installation information into a its own
 flat-file text database.
 This package is a complete replacement for the deprecated 'paco' package.

porg-dbgsym: debug symbols for porg