badger 2.0.1-2 source package in Ubuntu

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badger (2.0.1-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Cherry-pick another 32bit build fix patch from upstream

 -- Andreas Henriksson <email address hidden>  Tue, 21 Jan 2020 23:57:31 +0100

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badger: Fast key-value DB in Go.

 BadgerDB is an embeddable, persistent and fast key-value (KV)
 database written in pure Go. It is the underlying database for Dgraph
 (https://dgraph.io), a fast, distributed graph database. It's meant
 to be a performant alternative to non-Go-based key-value stores like
 RocksDB. Project Status [Jun 26, 2019] Badger is stable and is being
 used to serve data sets worth hundreds of terabytes. Badger supports
 concurrent ACID transactions with serializable snapshot isolation
 (SSI) guarantees. A Jepsen-style bank test runs nightly for 8h, with
 --race flag and ensures the maintenance of transactional guarantees.
 Badger has also been tested to work with filesystem level anomalies,
 to ensure persistence and consistency.
 .
 Badger v1.0 was released in Nov 2017, and the latest version that is
 data-compatible with v1.0 is v1.6.0.
 .
 Badger v2.0, use a new storage format which won't be compatible with all of
 the v1.x.

badger-dbgsym: debug symbols for badger
golang-github-dgraph-io-badger-dev: Fast key-value DB in Go - development files for embedding.

 BadgerDB is an embeddable, persistent and fast key-value (KV)
 database written in pure Go. It is the underlying database for Dgraph
 (https://dgraph.io), a fast, distributed graph database. It's meant
 to be a performant alternative to non-Go-based key-value stores like
 RocksDB. Project Status [Jun 26, 2019] Badger is stable and is being
 used to serve data sets worth hundreds of terabytes. Badger supports
 concurrent ACID transactions with serializable snapshot isolation
 (SSI) guarantees. A Jepsen-style bank test runs nightly for 8h, with
 --race flag and ensures the maintenance of transactional guarantees.
 Badger has also been tested to work with filesystem level anomalies,
 to ensure persistence and consistency.
 .
 Badger v1.0 was released in Nov 2017, and the latest version that is
 data-compatible with v1.0 is v1.6.0.
 .
 Badger v2.0, use a new storage format which won't be compatible with all of
 the v1.x.