quart 0.14.1-1 source package in Ubuntu

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quart (0.14.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  * Bump debhelper from old 12 to 13.
  * Set upstream metadata fields: Repository, Repository-Browse.

 -- Andrej Shadura <email address hidden>  Fri, 26 Feb 2021 10:08:51 +0100

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Binary packages built by this source

python-quart-doc: Python ASGI web microframework with the same API as Flask (documentation)

 Quart is a Python ASGI web microframework. It is intended to provide the
 easiest way to use asyncio functionality in a web context, especially
 with existing Flask apps. This is possible as the Quart API is a superset
 of the Flask API.
 .
 Quart aims to be a complete web microframework, as it supports HTTP/1.1,
 HTTP/2 and websockets. Quart is very extendable and has a number of
 known extensions and works with many of the Flask extensions.
 .
 Quart supports the full ASGI 3.0 specification as well as the websocket
 response and HTTP/2 server push extensions. For those of you familiar
 with Flask, Quart extends the Flask API by adding support for:
 .
  * HTTP/1.1 request streaming
  * Websockets
  * HTTP/2 server push
 .
 This package contains the documentation and examples.

python3-quart: Python ASGI web microframework with the same API as Flask

 Quart is a Python ASGI web microframework. It is intended to provide the
 easiest way to use asyncio functionality in a web context, especially
 with existing Flask apps. This is possible as the Quart API is a superset
 of the Flask API.
 .
 Quart aims to be a complete web microframework, as it supports HTTP/1.1,
 HTTP/2 and websockets. Quart is very extendable and has a number of
 known extensions and works with many of the Flask extensions.
 .
 Quart supports the full ASGI 3.0 specification as well as the websocket
 response and HTTP/2 server push extensions. For those of you familiar
 with Flask, Quart extends the Flask API by adding support for:
 .
  * HTTP/1.1 request streaming
  * Websockets
  * HTTP/2 server push