duplicity 0.7.05-1ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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duplicity (0.7.05-1ubuntu2) xenial; urgency=medium

  * debian/patches/skip-some-tests.patch: Skip another couple flaky
    tests that relied on the compressed size of a random stream of
    bytes.  Fixes FTBFS.

 -- Michael Terry <email address hidden>  Wed, 04 Nov 2015 14:23:42 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Michael Terry on 2015-11-04
Uploaded to:
Xenial
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
any
Section:
utils
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

duplicity: encrypted bandwidth-efficient backup

 Duplicity backs directories by producing encrypted tar-format volumes
 and uploading them to a remote or local file server. Because duplicity
 uses librsync, the incremental archives are space efficient and only
 record the parts of files that have changed since the last backup.
 Because duplicity uses GnuPG to encrypt and/or sign these archives, they
 will be safe from spying and/or modification by the server.

duplicity-dbgsym: debug symbols for package duplicity

 Duplicity backs directories by producing encrypted tar-format volumes
 and uploading them to a remote or local file server. Because duplicity
 uses librsync, the incremental archives are space efficient and only
 record the parts of files that have changed since the last backup.
 Because duplicity uses GnuPG to encrypt and/or sign these archives, they
 will be safe from spying and/or modification by the server.