apt-cacher-ng 0.4.6-1 source package in Ubuntu


apt-cacher-ng (0.4.6-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version
    + decodes some special chars for local storage (closes: #573222),
      affected users should refer to README.Debian for instructions about
      correction of the bad filenames

apt-cacher-ng (0.4.5-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
    + documented DnsCacheSeconds (Ubuntu bug 530524)
    + Added simple implementation of SOAP request forwarding for PTS 
      access (closes: #453277)
    + Typo fix in userinfo.html (closes: #572171)
 -- Daniel Hahler <email address hidden>   Fri,  26 Mar 2010 18:37:43 +0000

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Daniel Hahler on 2010-03-26
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Eduard Bloch
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apt-cacher-ng: caching proxy server for software repositories

 Apt-Cacher NG is a caching proxy for downloading packages from Debian-style
 software repositories (or possibly from other types).
 The main principle is that a central machine hosts the proxy for a local
 network, and clients configure their APT setup to download through it.
 Apt-Cacher NG keeps a copy of all useful data that passes through it, and when
 a similar request is made, the cached copy of the data is delivered without
 being re-downloaded.
 Apt-Cacher NG has been designed from scratch as a replacement for
 apt-cacher, but with a focus on maximizing throughput with low system
 resource requirements. It can also be used as replacement for apt-proxy and
 approx with no need to modify clients' sources.list files.