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“dose3” 3.1.3-7 source package in Ubuntu

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dose3 (3.1.3-7) unstable; urgency=low


  * patch ocaml-4.1-zip: fix _tags.in to avoid multiple pp options
    (closes: #731701).

 -- Ralf Treinen <email address hidden>  Mon, 09 Dec 2013 21:32:31 +0100

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Debian OCaml Maintainers on 2013-12-10
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apt-cudf: CUDF solver integration for APT

 apt-cudf provides integration among the APT package manager and CUDF solvers,
 allowing APT to rely on external (CUDF-based) dependency solvers to plan
 package installation, upgrade, and removal.
 .
 CUDF is a distribution-independent, standard format to describe dependency
 solving scenarios, as faced by package managers in popular package-based
 GNU/Linux distributions. APT is a well-known package manager for Debian-based
 distributions, which is able to delegate dependency solving to external
 solvers, by the means of the External Dependency Solving Protocol (EDSP).
 .
 apt-cudf provides the glue between the EDSP protocol and CUDF solvers,
 enabling any installed CUDF solver to be used as an external solver for APT.
 .
 Several CUDF solvers are available in Debian. They all provide the cudf-solver
 virtual package.

dose-builddebcheck: Checks whether build-dependencies can be satisfied

 This software checks, given a collection of source package stanzas
 and a collection of binary package stanzas of debian packages, whether
 the build-dependencies of each source package can be satisfied by the
 binary packages.

dose-distcheck: Checks whether dependencies of packages can be satisfied

 This software checks for every package of a distribution whether it
 is possible to satisfy its dependencies and conflicts within this
 distribution. It comes in several versions:
  - dose-debcheck for Debian packages
  - dose-rpmcheck for rpm packages
  - dose-eclipsecheck for OSGi plugins

dose-extra: Extra QA tools from the Dose3-library

 This package contains extra tools for analyzing meta-data of software
 packages:
  - ceve, a general metadata parser supporting different input formats
    (debian, rpm, and others) and different output formats.
  - dose-outdated, a debian-specific tool for finding packages that are not
    installable with respect to a package repository, and that can only be
    made installable again by fixing the package itself.
  - dose-challenged, a debian-specific tool for checking which packages
    will certainly become uninstallable when some existing package is upgraded
    to a newer version.
 The tools dose-distcheck and dose-builddebcheck are packaged in their
 own resepective packages.

libdose3-ocaml: OCaml libraries for package dependencies (runtime files)

 Dose3 is a framework consisting of several OCaml libraries for analysing
 the metadata of software packages (like Packages files of debian suites).
 .
 Though not tied to any particular distribution, Dose3 constitutes a
 pool of libraries which enable analyzing packages coming from various
 distributions.
 .
 Besides basic functionalities for querying and setting package
 properties, dose3 also implements algorithms for solving more complex
 problems (monitoring package evolutions, correct and complete
 dependency resolution, repository-wide uninstallability checks).
 .
 This package contains only the shared runtime stub libraries.

libdose3-ocaml-dev: OCaml libraries for package dependencies (development files)

 Dose3 is a framework consisting of several OCaml libraries for analysing
 the metadata of software packages (like Packages files of debian suites).
 .
 Though not tied to any particular distribution, Dose3 constitutes a
 pool of libraries which enable analyzing packages coming from various
 distributions.
 .
 Besides basic functionalities for querying and setting package
 properties, dose3 also implements algorithms for solving more complex
 problems (monitoring package evolutions, correct and complete
 dependency resolution, repository-wide uninstallability checks).
 .
 This package contains the development stuff you need to use dose3 for
 the development of programs.