uqm 0.6.2.dfsg-9.1 source package in Ubuntu

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uqm (0.6.2.dfsg-9.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Fix missing -lm, thanks to Peter Piwowarski.  (Closes: #792920)

 -- Andreas Beckmann <email address hidden>  Fri, 18 Sep 2015 12:37:50 +0200

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Uploaded by:
UNera on 2015-09-28
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
UNera
Architectures:
any
Section:
games
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

uqm: The Ur-Quan Masters - An inter-galatic adventure game

 You return to Earth with a vessel built from technology discovered from an
 ancient race called the Precursors only to find it enslaved. Gather allies
 from a wide variety of races, engage in space combat with various foes, and
 save the galaxy from the Ur-Quan!
 .
 The Ur-Quan Masters is derived from the classic game Star Control II.
 It includes both the adventure game described above and a fast-paced
 Super Melee.
 .
 See the README.Debian once you have installed this package for information
 about where to get the uqm-music and uqm-voice packages.

uqm-dbgsym: debug symbols for package uqm

 You return to Earth with a vessel built from technology discovered from an
 ancient race called the Precursors only to find it enslaved. Gather allies
 from a wide variety of races, engage in space combat with various foes, and
 save the galaxy from the Ur-Quan!
 .
 The Ur-Quan Masters is derived from the classic game Star Control II.
 It includes both the adventure game described above and a fast-paced
 Super Melee.
 .
 See the README.Debian once you have installed this package for information
 about where to get the uqm-music and uqm-voice packages.