pypy 5.0.1+dfsg-4 source package in Ubuntu

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pypy (5.0.1+dfsg-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Disable building with pypy on ppc64, again. It has a JIT, but pypy itself
    is just too buggy on big-endian, to manage a translation.
  * hg-updates: fix wait() on big endian (which should resolve the above
    issue).
  * kfreebsd-tests: Skip PTY tests that hang forever on kFreeBSD.

 -- Stefano Rivera <email address hidden>  Mon, 04 Apr 2016 16:54:44 -0700

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Stefano Rivera on 2016-04-05
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Original maintainer:
Stefano Rivera
Architectures:
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Section:
python
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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pypy-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pypy

 PyPy is a fast, compliant alternative implementation of the Python language
 (2.7). It has several advantages and distinct features:
  * Speed: thanks to its Just-in-Time compiler (on x86), Python programs often
    run faster on PyPy.
  * Memory usage: large, memory-hungry Python programs might end up taking less
    space than they do in CPython.
  * Compatibility: PyPy is highly compatible with existing Python code.
    It supports ctypes and can run popular Python libraries like twisted and
    django.
  * Stackless: PyPy supports stackless mode on most platforms, providing
    micro-threads for massive concurrency.
 .
 This package contains the PyPy interpreter.

pypy-dev: header files for PyPy (an alternative Python interpreter)

 Header files for compiling cpython C extension modules for use with PyPy.
 Note that pure Python modules will probably perform better.
 .
 PyPy supports a subset of cpython's C API through its CPyExt subsystem.
 .
 PyPy is a fast, compliant alternative implementation of the Python language
 (2.7).

pypy-doc: developer Documentation for PyPy (an alternative Python interpreter)

 The Developer documentation for PyPy. This mostly covers the internals of
 PyPy, and development of PyPy itself.
 .
 PyPy is a fast, compliant alternative implementation of the Python language
 (2.7).

pypy-lib: standard library for PyPy (an alternative Python interpreter)

 The PyPy standard library. This is a combination of modules, copied directly
 from cpython, modified cpython modules, and modules entirely re-implemented
 (usually in pure Python, where they are C extensions in cpython).
 .
 PyPy is a fast, compliant alternative implementation of the Python language
 (2.7).

pypy-lib-testsuite: standard library test suite for PyPy (an alternative Python interpreter)

 The complete test suite for the PyPy standard library.
 .
 PyPy is a fast, compliant alternative implementation of the Python language
 (2.7).

pypy-tk: Tkinter module for PyPy (an alternative Python interpreter)

 A module for writing portable GUI applications with PyPy using Tk.
 Also known as Tkinter.
 .
 PyPy is a fast, compliant alternative implementation of the Python language
 (2.7).

python-pypy.sandbox: sandboxed PyPy interpreter

 A version of PyPy that runs fully "virtualized", where an external process
 controls all input/output. This is a secure sandbox, it is safe to run any
 untrusted Python code with it. The Python code cannot see or modify any local
 file except via interaction with the external process.
 .
 PyPy is a fast, compliant alternative implementation of the Python language
 (2.7).