spiped 1.6.1-1 source package in Ubuntu


spiped (1.6.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Mark the adequate autopkgtest as superficial.
  * Declare compliance with Policy 4.5.0 with no changes.
  * Replace the honor-destdir patch with variable settings.
  * New upstream version:
    - drop the honor-compiler-flags, integrated upstream
    - drop the pthread-join patch, fixed in a different way upstream
    - refresh the line numbers in the debian-build patch
  * Add the year 2020 to my debian/* copyright notice.
  * Upgrade the debhelper compat level to 13:
    - use debian/compat since this is a beta compat level
    - explicitly let Lintian know that we are using a beta level
    - build-depend on debhelper >= 12.8~ even though we do not use
      before/after rules

 -- Peter Pentchev <email address hidden>  Thu, 16 Apr 2020 00:46:45 +0300

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Peter Pentchev on 2020-04-22
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spiped_1.6.1-1.dsc 1.9 KiB b2da3cdce2417a877ae0ddddf39b10cc678a3314fc6ab9764b4c55bcf314c716
spiped_1.6.1.orig.tar.gz 112.4 KiB 8d7089979db79a531a0ecc507b113ac6f2cf5f19305571eff1d3413e0ab33713
spiped_1.6.1-1.debian.tar.xz 5.9 KiB d112f14fb16284a3658d3fa9b0d8297edd18898451578a9301d3295aa73fdf04

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spiped: create secure pipes between socket addresses

 spiped (pronounced "ess-pipe-dee") is a utility for creating symmetrically
 encrypted and authenticated pipes between socket addresses, so that one may
 connect to one address (e.g., a UNIX socket on localhost) and transparently
 have a connection established to another address (e.g., a UNIX socket on a
 different system). This is similar to 'ssh -L' functionality, but does not
 use SSH and requires a pre-shared symmetric key.
 spipe (pronounced "ess-pipe") is a utility which acts as an spiped protocol
 client (i.e., connects to an spiped daemon), taking input from the standard
 input and writing data read back to the standard output.

spiped-dbgsym: debug symbols for spiped