aiocoap 0.3-2 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

aiocoap (0.3-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add template of pipeline
  * Add initial pipeline
  * Disable running test cases on building time
  * Run unittest by autopkgtests
  * Run autopkgtest job on privileged runners to have ipv6 support on shared
    runners.
  * Update Vcs fields to salsa
  * Bump dh compat to 11 (No changes needed)
  * Remove unused X-Python* fields
  * Bump standard-version to 4.1.4 (no changes needed)
  * Use dpkg-info.mk instead of parsing changelog by hand

 -- Agustin Henze <email address hidden>  Fri, 15 Jun 2018 13:07:41 -0300

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Agustin Henze on 2018-06-15
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Original maintainer:
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Builds

Cosmic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64

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Binary packages built by this source

python-aiocoap-doc: Python implementation of CoAP (doc)

 The aiocoap package is a Python implementation of CoAP, the Constrained
 Application Protocol (RFC 7252, more info at http://coap.technology/).
 .
 It uses the asyncio module introduced in Python 3.4 to facilitate concurrent
 operations while maintaining a simple to use interface and not depending on
 anything outside the standard library.
 .
 This package contains API documentation and examples.

python3-aiocoap: Python implementation of CoAP

 The aiocoap package is a Python implementation of CoAP, the Constrained
 Application Protocol (RFC 7252, more info at http://coap.technology/).
 .
 It uses the asyncio module introduced in Python 3.4 to facilitate concurrent
 operations while maintaining a simple to use interface and not depending on
 anything outside the standard library.