what-is-python 9 source package in Ubuntu

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what-is-python (9) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Update package descriptions for the Debian 11 (bullseye) release.
  * Bump package versions and provides.
  * Provide pdb symlinks in the -dev packages.
  * Also provide symlinks to the manual pages for all packages.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Tue, 02 Mar 2021 20:44:22 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Matthias Klose on 2021-03-03
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Original maintainer:
Matthias Klose
Architectures:
all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Impish release on 2021-04-23 main python
Hirsute release on 2021-03-03 main python

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Binary packages built by this source

python-dev-is-python2: symlinks /usr/bin/python-config to the DEPRECATED python2-config

 Starting with the Debian 11 (bullseye) and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (focal)
 releases, all python packages use explicit python3 or python2
 interpreter and do not use unversioned /usr/bin/python-config at all. Some
 third-party code may still be python2 based, yet may use
 /usr/bin/python-config.
 .
 This is a convenience package which ships a symlink to point
 the /usr/bin/python-config script at the current default python2.
 It may improve compatibility with obsolete 3rd-party software,
 whilst breaking some modern software.
 .
 This package will be installed upon upgrades to Debian 11 (bullseye)
 and Ubuntu 20.04, if the DEPRECATED python2 was installed.
 .
 python2 is DEPRECATED and will not be provided in future Debian and
 Ubuntu releases. It is recommended to remove python2 and this package
 after ensuring that only python3 is in use.
 .
 No packages may declare dependencies on this package, or recommend
 that package.

python-dev-is-python3: symlinks /usr/bin/python-config to python3-config

 Starting with the Debian 11 (bullseye) and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (focal)
 releases, all python packages use explicit python3 or python2
 interpreter and do not use unversioned /usr/bin/python-config at all.
 Some third-party code is now predominantly python3 based, yet may use
 /usr/bin/python-config.
 .
 This is a convenience package which ships a symlink to point
 /usr/bin/python-config script at the current default python3. It may
 improve compatibility with other modern systems, whilst breaking some
 obsolete or 3rd-party software.
 .
 No packages may declare dependencies on this package.

python-is-python2: symlinks /usr/bin/python to the DEPRECATED python2

 Starting with the Debian 11 (bullseye) and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (focal)
 releases, all python packages use explicit python3 or python2
 interpreter and do not use unversioned /usr/bin/python at all. Some
 third-party code may still be python2 based, yet may use
 /usr/bin/python.
 .
 This is a convenience package which ships a symlink to point
 /usr/bin/python interpreter at the current default python2. It may
 improve compatibility with obsolete 3rd-party software, whilst
 breaking some modern software.
 .
 This package will be installed upon upgrades to Debian 11 (bullseye)
 and Ubuntu 20.04, if the DEPRECATED python2 was installed.
 .
 python2 is DEPRECATED and will not be provided in future Debian and
 Ubuntu releases. It is recommended to remove python2 and this package
 after ensuring that only python3 is in use.
 .
 No packages may declare dependencies on this package, or recommend
 that package.

python-is-python3: symlinks /usr/bin/python to python3

 Starting with the Debian 11 (bullseye) and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (focal)
 releases, all python packages use explicit python3 or python2
 interpreter and do not use unversioned /usr/bin/python at all. Some
 third-party code is now predominantly python3 based, yet may use
 /usr/bin/python.
 .
 This is a convenience package which ships a symlink to point
 the /usr/bin/python interpreter at the current default python3. It may
 improve compatibility with other modern systems, whilst breaking some
 obsolete or 3rd-party software.
 .
 No packages may declare dependencies on this package.