bpftrace 0.8+git60-gccac69c2239b-1 source package in Ubuntu

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bpftrace (0.8+git60-gccac69c2239b-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Initial import. Closes: #918120.

 -- Vincent Bernat <email address hidden>  Sun, 03 Feb 2019 12:53:21 +0100

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Vincent Bernat on 2019-02-05
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Original maintainer:
Vincent Bernat
Architectures:
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Disco release on 2019-02-05 universe misc

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bpftrace_0.8+git60-gccac69c2239b-1.debian.tar.xz 2.9 KiB d3627f3adc1bb4422dbd756af7a0cc7411da17b783efa6859c3f5ded904aab35

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Binary packages built by this source

bpftrace: high-level tracing language for Linux eBPF

 BPFtrace is a high-level tracing language for Linux enhanced Berkeley
 Packet Filter (eBPF) available in recent Linux kernels (4.x). BPFtrace
 uses LLVM as a backend to compile scripts to BPF-bytecode and makes
 use of BCC for interacting with the Linux BPF system, as well as
 existing Linux tracing capabilities: kernel dynamic tracing (kprobes),
 user-level dynamic tracing (uprobes), and tracepoints. The BPFtrace
 language is inspired by awk and C, and predecessor tracers such as
 DTrace and SystemTap.

bpftrace-dbgsym: debug symbols for bpftrace