cvs 2:1.12.13+real-24 source package in Ubuntu

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cvs (2:1.12.13+real-24) unstable; urgency=high

  * Update from MirBSD
    - fix for CVE-2017-12836 (Closes: #871810)
    - more robust $CVSROOT parsing
  * Policy 4.0.1
    - add nodoc build option
      ‣ I’m unclear on how this mixes with build profiles and/or
        Build-Depends exclusion; should I exclude ghostscript,
        groff, texinfo, texlive-* with <!nodocs> now, or are
        DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nodoc and the profile independent of
        each other? Info and patches welcome.
  * Drop explicit (thus redundant) autotools-dev B-D (lintian)
  * Update lintian overrides

 -- Thorsten Glaser <email address hidden>  Sat, 12 Aug 2017 22:18:41 +0200

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cvs: Concurrent Versions System

 CVS is a version control system, which allows you to keep access
 to old versions of files (usually source code), keep a log of
 who, when, and why changes occurred, etc., like RCS or SCCS.
 It handles multiple developers, multiple directories, triggers to
 enable/log/control various operations, and can work over a wide
 area network. The texinfo manual provides further information on
 more tasks that it can perform.
 .
 There are some tasks that are not covered by CVS. They can be done in
 conjunction with CVS but will tend to require some script-writing and
 software other than CVS. These tasks are bug-tracking, build management
 (that is, make and make-like tools), and automated testing. However,
 CVS makes these tasks easier.
 .
 This package contains a CVS binary which can act as both client and
 server, although there is no CVS dæmon; to access remote repositories,
 please use :extssh: not :pserver: any more.

cvs-dbgsym: debug symbols for cvs