cvise 1.6.0-3 source package in Ubuntu

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cvise (1.6.0-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Pull fixes from the VCS 20200929:
    - Fix psutil core count detection code.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Tue, 29 Sep 2020 16:37:45 +0200

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cvise: super-parallel Python port of the C-Reduce project

 C-Vise is a tool that takes a large C, C++ or OpenCL program that has
 a property of interest (such as triggering a compiler bug) and
 automatically produces a much smaller C/C++ or OpenCL program that
 has the same property. It is intended for use by people who discover
 and report bugs in compilers and other tools that process C/C++ or
 OpenCL code.
 .
 NOTE: C-Vise happens to do a pretty good job reducing the size of
 programs in languages other than C/C++, such as JavaScript and
 Rust. If you need to reduce programs in some other language, please
 give it a try.

cvise-dbgsym: debug symbols for cvise