ruby-benchmark-memory 0.1.2-3 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

ruby-benchmark-memory (0.1.2-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Team upload.

  [ Debian Janitor ]
  * Set field Upstream-Contact in debian/copyright.
  * Remove obsolete fields Contact, Name from debian/upstream/metadata (already
    present in machine-readable debian/copyright).
  * Update standards version to 4.5.0, no changes needed.

  [ Daniel Leidert ]
  * d/control (Standards-Version): Bump to 4.6.0.
    (Depends): Remove interpreters and use ${ruby:Depends}.
  * d/rules: Use gem installation layout.
  * d/watch: Improve regex.
  * d/patches/fix-test-for-Ruby-3.0.patch: Add patch.
    - Apply fix to test for Ruby 3.0 (closes: 996135).
  * d/patches/series: Enable new patch.
  * d/upstream/metadata (Bug-Submit, Changelog): Adjust URLs.

 -- Daniel Leidert <email address hidden>  Thu, 11 Nov 2021 13:24:57 +0100

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Debian Ruby Extras Maintainers
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Original maintainer:
Debian Ruby Extras Maintainers
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Builds

Jammy: [FULLYBUILT] amd64

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ruby-benchmark-memory_0.1.2-3.dsc 2.1 KiB f46110f29ccf6ec570c0b4950c73ba384ccd9ddbaea83a3448a509c239845a16
ruby-benchmark-memory_0.1.2.orig.tar.gz 19.6 KiB a37b45808ea659c0ee76a5cd99a3a0fe87d6dab012056d537356800fb4f4c243
ruby-benchmark-memory_0.1.2-3.debian.tar.xz 3.0 KiB 6886c4286a4fa45a1a6806bbcebca472f01108715242f07d364ff032e1927524

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Binary packages built by this source

ruby-benchmark-memory: Benchmark-style memory profiling for Ruby 2.1+

 benchmark-memory is a tool that helps to benchmark the memory usage of
 different pieces of code. It leverages the power of memory_profiler to give a
 metric of the total amount of memory allocated and retained by a block, as
 well as the number of objects and strings allocated and retained.