xwpe 1.5.30a-2.1build3 source package in Ubuntu


xwpe (1.5.30a-2.1build3) cosmic; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for ncurses soname changes.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Thu, 03 May 2018 14:20:27 +0000

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xwpe_1.5.30a.orig.tar.gz 317.4 KiB fce37a5dd3afd7102a73d187eda8b9d1ab88bf5db649f385b8cd13e72e0c7961
xwpe_1.5.30a-2.1build3.debian.tar.xz 6.7 KiB 44ca383c48d71fc34ebf552e4d88c4bf00fa4eb5ef703ae58b6a7f9ea9b274ab
xwpe_1.5.30a-2.1build3.dsc 1.9 KiB 48919c3dd5c99d166fe6c47f6fdf263cd092d61da109aaf94a5664578014b9aa

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xwpe: Programming environment and editor for console and X11

 Xwpe is an integrated programming and debugging environment similar to
 Borland's Turbo C and Pascal family. It has many features including
 the ability to start many compilers, linkers and debuggers from a
 menu-based interface or using keystrokes.
 Syntax highlighting is included for many programming languages, and
 any compiler and debugger can easily be used by the program. When
 compiling from within xwpe, errors in the source code can be jumped to
 and swiftly corrected. Variables and the stack can be easily displayed.
 Setting and unsetting breakpoints can be done directly within the
 source code.
 Although it is designed to be a tool for programmers (when invoked as
 wpe or xwpe), it can also be used as an easy to learn text editor
 (when invoked as program 'we' or 'xwe').

xwpe-dbgsym: debug symbols for xwpe