cvm 0.97-1 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

cvm (0.97-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * QA upload.
  * d/control:
    + Set QA Group as Maintainer (Orphan bug: #947695)
    + Move homepage from description to its own field
    + Use https version of the Homepage
    + Use Rules-Requires-Root: no
    + Bump Standard-Version to 4.5.0
    + Add Vcs-Browser and Vcs-Git, pointing to salsa project
    + Set debhelper-compat to 13
    + Add missing ${misc:Depends} dependency to binary packages
    + Remove redundant Section field for some binary packages
    + Remove unused build dependencies: vim, sqlite3, libsqlite3-dev
    + Add a short text to long description to differentiate binary packages
    + Add missing dependency xxd required to run tests
  * Migrate to dh: (Closes: #848588)
    + Remove rules.orig
    + Drop d/implicit
    + Replace d/rules by a dh compatible rules
    + Override dh_auto_build to build 3 specific targets (all, mysql, pgsql)
      and inject correct FLAGS for building and linking (via conf-* files).
    + Override dh_auto_clean to cleanup generated conf-* files
    + Override dh_auto_install to force install tool to work with DESTDIR
    + Override dh_auto_test to run ./tests.sh
    + Add .install files for binary package
    + Exclude *.la files in d/not-installed
    + Remove unused post{inst,rm}
    + Use hardening=+all flags
  * Replace upstream signing key by its minimal version
  * Convert copyright to DEP5
  * Move all manpages to d/manpages
  * Add ${pkg}.manpages for cvm, cvm-mysql and cvm-pgsql
  * Use recommended branch name from DEP14
  * Add salsa pipeline CI
  * Register development docs with doc-base
  * Add patch to exclude sqlite test case from tests.sh as sqlite cvm tools
    are not built in Debian packaging
  * Fix typo in package name in d/cvm.README.Debian
  * Use better url source for d/watch
  * Skip tests/qmail-lookup-perms and tests/vmlookup-notable tests when run as
    root
  * Override package-name-doesnt-match-sonames for libcvm1

 -- Baptiste BEAUPLAT <email address hidden>  Fri, 21 Aug 2020 21:43:30 +0200

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Debian QA Group on 2020-08-22
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Original maintainer:
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Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

cvm: Credential Validation Modules

 CVM is a framework for validating a set of credentials against a database
 using a filter program. The modules act as a filter, taking a set of
 credentials as input and writing a set of facts as output if those
 credentials are valid. Optional input is given to the module through
 environment variables.
 .
 Some of the ideas for CVM came from experience with PAM (pluggable
 authentication modules), the checkpassword interface used by qmail-pop3d,
 and the "authmod" interface used by Courier IMAP and POP3. This framework
 places fewer restrictions on the invoking client than checkpassword does,
 and is much simpler to implement on both sides than PAM and the authmod
 framework.
 .
 This package includes cvm binaries.

cvm-dbgsym: debug symbols for cvm
cvm-mysql: Credential Validation Modules (MySQL)

 CVM is a framework for validating a set of credentials against a database
 using a filter program. The modules act as a filter, taking a set of
 credentials as input and writing a set of facts as output if those
 credentials are valid. Optional input is given to the module through
 environment variables.
 .
 Some of the ideas for CVM came from experience with PAM (pluggable
 authentication modules), the checkpassword interface used by qmail-pop3d,
 and the "authmod" interface used by Courier IMAP and POP3. This framework
 places fewer restrictions on the invoking client than checkpassword does,
 and is much simpler to implement on both sides than PAM and the authmod
 framework.
 .
 This package includes cvm binaries to interact with MySQL databases.

cvm-mysql-dbgsym: debug symbols for cvm-mysql
cvm-pgsql: Credential Validation Modules (PostgreSQL)

 CVM is a framework for validating a set of credentials against a database
 using a filter program. The modules act as a filter, taking a set of
 credentials as input and writing a set of facts as output if those
 credentials are valid. Optional input is given to the module through
 environment variables.
 .
 Some of the ideas for CVM came from experience with PAM (pluggable
 authentication modules), the checkpassword interface used by qmail-pop3d,
 and the "authmod" interface used by Courier IMAP and POP3. This framework
 places fewer restrictions on the invoking client than checkpassword does,
 and is much simpler to implement on both sides than PAM and the authmod
 framework.
 .
 This package includes cvm binaries to interact with PostgreSQL databases.

cvm-pgsql-dbgsym: debug symbols for cvm-pgsql
libcvm1: Credential Validation Modules (shared libraries)

 CVM is a framework for validating a set of credentials against a database
 using a filter program. The modules act as a filter, taking a set of
 credentials as input and writing a set of facts as output if those
 credentials are valid. Optional input is given to the module through
 environment variables.
 .
 Some of the ideas for CVM came from experience with PAM (pluggable
 authentication modules), the checkpassword interface used by qmail-pop3d,
 and the "authmod" interface used by Courier IMAP and POP3. This framework
 places fewer restrictions on the invoking client than checkpassword does,
 and is much simpler to implement on both sides than PAM and the authmod
 framework.
 .
 This package includes shared libraries required to run dependent binaries.

libcvm1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libcvm1
libcvm1-dev: Credential Validation Modules (development files, documentation)

 CVM is a framework for validating a set of credentials against a database
 using a filter program. The modules act as a filter, taking a set of
 credentials as input and writing a set of facts as output if those
 credentials are valid. Optional input is given to the module through
 environment variables.
 .
 Some of the ideas for CVM came from experience with PAM (pluggable
 authentication modules), the checkpassword interface used by qmail-pop3d,
 and the "authmod" interface used by Courier IMAP and POP3. This framework
 places fewer restrictions on the invoking client than checkpassword does,
 and is much simpler to implement on both sides than PAM and the authmod
 framework.
 .
 This package includes development files for compiling against libcvm1