approx 5.9-1 source package in Ubuntu


approx (5.9-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version
  * use cryptokit for checksum functions
  * add Build-Depends for cryptokit (instead of sha) and ocamlbuild
  * enable all compiler warnings but don't treat them as errors
  * fix all code that caused compiler warnings
  * fix compiler warnings in test code

 -- Eric Cooper <email address hidden>  Sat, 22 Jul 2017 15:26:05 -0400

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approx_5.9-1.dsc 2.0 KiB f512c8a19b5e59da950507309968689a051f710b16b4f734c906a5fa077f2d8a
approx_5.9.orig.tar.gz 32.3 KiB dae4312ed7ad7489e00e57b8cb7092bb671028ffff8d23b6c2e4345f676e9bec
approx_5.9-1.debian.tar.xz 11.4 KiB bad528a5b69f6e6670f0b3da0dc8bcee9ee6c1e89a60668a3784052430377726

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approx: caching proxy server for Debian archive files

 Approx is an HTTP-based proxy server for Debian-style package archives.
 It fetches files from remote repositories on demand,
 and caches them for local use.
 Approx saves time and network bandwidth if you need to install or
 upgrade .deb packages for a number of machines on a local network.
 Each package is downloaded from a remote site only once,
 regardless of how many local clients install it.
 The approx cache typically requires a few gigabytes of disk space.
 Approx also simplifies the administration of client machines:
 repository locations need only be changed in approx's configuration file,
 not in every client's /etc/apt/sources.list file.
 Approx can be used as a replacement for apt-proxy,
 with no need to modify clients' /etc/apt/sources.list files,
 or as an alternative to apt-cacher.

approx-dbgsym: Debug symbols for approx