sqlcipher 3.4.1-1build2 source package in Ubuntu

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sqlcipher (3.4.1-1build2) disco; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for readline soname change.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Mon, 14 Jan 2019 20:04:23 +0000

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Matthias Klose on 2019-01-14
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Groovy release on 2020-04-24 universe misc
Focal release on 2019-10-18 universe misc

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Binary packages built by this source

libsqlcipher-dev: SQLCipher development files

 SQLCipher is a C library that implements an encryption in the SQLite 3
 database engine. Programs that link with the SQLCipher library can have SQL
 database access without running a separate RDBMS process. It allows one to
 have per-database or page-by-page encryption using AES-256 from OpenSSL.
 .
 SQLCipher has a small footprint and great performance so it’s ideal for
 protecting embedded application databases and is well suited for mobile
 development.
 .
  * as little as 5-15% overhead for encryption
  * 100% of data in the database file is encrypted
  * Uses good security practices (CBC mode, key derivation)
  * Zero-configuration and application level cryptography
  * Algorithms provided by the peer reviewed OpenSSL crypto library.
 .
 SQLCipher has broad platform support for with C/C++, Obj-C, QT,
 Win32/.NET/Mono, Java, Python, Ruby, Linux, Mac OS X, iPhone/iOS, Android,
 Xamarin.iOS, and Xamarin.Android.
 .
 This package contains the development files (headers, static libraries)
 .
 SQLCipher v3.4.1 is based on SQLite3 v3.15.2.

libsqlcipher0: SQLCipher shared library

 SQLCipher is a C library that implements an encryption in the SQLite 3
 database engine. Programs that link with the SQLCipher library can have SQL
 database access without running a separate RDBMS process. It allows one to
 have per-database or page-by-page encryption using AES-256 from OpenSSL.
 .
 SQLCipher has a small footprint and great performance so it’s ideal for
 protecting embedded application databases and is well suited for mobile
 development.
 .
  * as little as 5-15% overhead for encryption
  * 100% of data in the database file is encrypted
  * Uses good security practices (CBC mode, key derivation)
  * Zero-configuration and application level cryptography
  * Algorithms provided by the peer reviewed OpenSSL crypto library.
 .
 SQLCipher has broad platform support for with C/C++, Obj-C, QT,
 Win32/.NET/Mono, Java, Python, Ruby, Linux, Mac OS X, iPhone/iOS, Android,
 Xamarin.iOS, and Xamarin.Android.
 .
 SQLCipher v3.4.1 is based on SQLite3 v3.15.2.

libsqlcipher0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libsqlcipher0
sqlcipher: Command line interface for SQLCipher

 SQLCipher is a C library that implements an encryption in the SQLite 3
 database engine. Programs that link with the SQLCipher library can have SQL
 database access without running a separate RDBMS process. It allows one to
 have per-database or page-by-page encryption using AES-256 from OpenSSL.
 .
 SQLCipher has a small footprint and great performance so it’s ideal for
 protecting embedded application databases and is well suited for mobile
 development.
 .
  * as little as 5-15% overhead for encryption
  * 100% of data in the database file is encrypted
  * Uses good security practices (CBC mode, key derivation)
  * Zero-configuration and application level cryptography
  * Algorithms provided by the peer reviewed OpenSSL crypto library.
 .
 SQLCipher has broad platform support for with C/C++, Obj-C, QT, Win32/.NET,
 Java, Python, Ruby, Linux, Mac OS X, iPhone/iOS, Android, Xamarin.iOS, and
 Xamarin.Android.
 .
 SQLCipher v3.4.1 is based on SQLite3 v3.15.2.

sqlcipher-dbgsym: debug symbols for sqlcipher