bc 1.07.1-1 source package in Ubuntu

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bc (1.07.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 1.07.1
    + No longer crashes due to null pointer dereferencing in execute.c
      (Closes: #805372, #771382)
    + No longer prints an error message when interrupted (Closes: #442099)
  * Refreshed patches:
    + Drop 03_array_initialize.diff; applied upstream
  * Bump compat to 11 and debhelper version to >= 11
  * Bump standards version to 4.1.3
  * Make sure all licenses in copyright file have a unique name
  * Make Vcs-* URLs secure
  * Enable all hardening flags (Closes: #812703)
  * Simplify clean target
  * Added missing build-dependency on ed

 -- Ryan Kavanagh <email address hidden>  Wed, 03 Jan 2018 19:39:29 -0500

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Ryan Kavanagh on 2018-01-04
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Section:
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bc: GNU bc arbitrary precision calculator language

 GNU bc is an interactive algebraic language with arbitrary precision which
 follows the POSIX 1003.2 draft standard, with several extensions including
 multi-character variable names, an `else' statement and full Boolean
 expressions. GNU bc does not require the separate GNU dc program.

bc-dbgsym: debug symbols for bc
dc: GNU dc arbitrary precision reverse-polish calculator

 GNU dc is a reverse-polish desk calculator which supports unlimited
 precision arithmetic. It also allows you to define and call macros.
 .
 A reverse-polish calculator stores numbers on a stack. Entering a number
 pushes it on the stack. Arithmetic operations pop arguments off the
 stack and push the results.

dc-dbgsym: debug symbols for dc