erlang 1:16.b.3-dfsg-1ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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erlang (1:16.b.3-dfsg-1ubuntu2) trusty; urgency=medium

  * Build erlang-base-hipe on ppc64 and ppc64el.
 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>   Fri, 10 Jan 2014 13:30:11 +0100

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erlang: No summary available for erlang in ubuntu utopic.

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erlang-appmon: Erlang/OTP application monitor

 The Application Monitor, Appmon, is a graphical utility used to supervise
 Erlang applications executing either locally or on remote Erlang nodes.
 The process tree of an application can furthermore be monitored.

erlang-asn1: Erlang/OTP modules for ASN.1 support

 The Asn1 application contains modules with compile-time and run-time
 support for ASN.1 in Erlang/OTP.

erlang-base: Erlang/OTP virtual machine and base applications

 This package contains the Erlang/OTP runtime implementation, which is
 configured and built without HiPE support (compiles to byte-code only),
 and minimal set of Erlang applications:
  compiler - compiles Erlang code to byte-code;
  erts - the Erlang runtime system application;
  kernel - code necessary to run the Erlang runtime system itself;
  sasl - the system architecture support libraries application;
  stdlib - modules for manipulating lists, strings, files etc.

erlang-base-hipe: Erlang/OTP HiPE enabled virtual machine and base applications

 This package contains the Erlang/OTP runtime implementation, which is
 configured and built with HiPE support (allows compiling to native code),
 and minimal set of Erlang applications:
  compiler - compiles Erlang code to byte-code;
  erts - the Erlang runtime system application;
  kernel - code necessary to run the Erlang runtime system itself;
  sasl - the system architecture support libraries application;
  stdlib - modules for manipulating lists, strings, files etc.

erlang-common-test: Erlang/OTP application for automated testing

 Common Test is a portable application for automated testing. It is
 suitable for black-box testing of target systems of any type (i.e.
 not necessarily implemented in Erlang), as well as for white-box
 testing of Erlang/OTP programs. Black-box testing is performed via
 standard interfaces (such as SNMP, HTTP, Corba, Telnet, etc) and,
 if required, via user specific interfaces (often called test ports).
 White-box testing of Erlang/OTP programs is easily accomplished by
 calling the target API functions directly from the test case functions.
 Common Test also integrates usage of the OTP cover tool for code
 coverage analysis of Erlang/OTP programs.

erlang-corba: No summary available for erlang-corba in ubuntu utopic.

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erlang-crypto: Erlang/OTP cryptographic modules

 The Crypto Application provides functions for computation of message
 digests, encryption and decryption functions. It uses OpenSSL for
 actual calculations.

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erlang-dialyzer: No summary available for erlang-dialyzer in ubuntu utopic.

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erlang-diameter: Erlang/OTP implementation of RFC 6733 protocol

 Interface with which a user creates a service that sends and receives
 messages using the Diameter protocol as defined in RFC 6733.

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erlang-edoc: Erlang/OTP module for generating documentation

 EDoc is the Erlang program documentation generator. Inspired by the
 Javadoc tool for the Java programming language, EDoc is adapted to
 the conventions of the Erlang world.

erlang-eldap: Erlang/OTP LDAP library

 Eldap is a module which provides a client API to the Lightweight
 Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).

erlang-erl-docgen: Erlang/OTP documentation stylesheets

 The erl_docgen package includes XSLT stylesheets and document type
 definitions used for Erlang/OTP documentation. They allow to
 transform documentation to manpage, HTML, and PDF formats.

erlang-et: Erlang/OTP event tracer application

 The Event Tracer (ET) uses the built-in trace mechanism in Erlang
 and provides tools for collecting and examining trace data using GUI.

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erlang-ic: Erlang/OTP IDL compiler

 The IC application is an Erlang implementation of an IDL (CORBA Interface
 Definition Language) compiler. Depending on the choice of back-end the
 code will map to Erlang, C, or Java. The compiler generates client stubs
 and server skeletons.

erlang-ic-java: Erlang/OTP IDL compiler (Java classes)

 The IC application is an Erlang implementation of an IDL (CORBA Interface
 Definition Language) compiler. Depending on the choice of back-end the
 code will map to Erlang, C, or Java. The compiler generates client stubs
 and server skeletons.
 .
 This package includes classes for Java-Erlang communication.

erlang-inets: Erlang/OTP Internet clients and servers

 Inets is a container for Internet clients and servers. Currently
 a FTP client, a HTTP client and server, and a TFTP client and
 server are provided in Inets.

erlang-jinterface: Java communication tool to Erlang

 Jinterface Java package contains java classes, which help you
 integrate programs written in Java with Erlang.

erlang-manpages: Erlang/OTP manual pages

 Documentation for the Erlang programming language in `man' format. This
 documentation can be read using the command `erl -man mod', where `mod'
 is the name of the module you want documentation on.
 .
 This package contains all Erlang/OTP manual pages from sections other
 than 1. They document Erlang/OTP modules, config files and applications.

erlang-megaco: No summary available for erlang-megaco in ubuntu utopic.

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erlang-mnesia: Erlang/OTP distributed relational/object hybrid database

 Mnesia is a distributed Database Management System (DBMS), appropriate
 for telecommunications applications and other Erlang applications
 which require continuous operation and exhibit soft real-time properties.

erlang-mode: Erlang major editing mode for Emacs

 This package includes the mode for editing Erlang programs in GNU Emacs.
 It is provided with the default Erlang/OTP distribution. It supports
 sophisticated indentation, syntax highlighting, electric commands,
 module name verification, comments, skeletons, tags etc.

erlang-nox: Erlang/OTP applications that don't require X Window System

 This package is a dummy package which will install all Erlang/OTP
 applications which do not require X Window System to run.

erlang-observer: Erlang/OTP application for investigating distributed systems

 The OBSERVER application contains tools for tracing and investigation of
 distributed systems. They include etop - a tool for presenting information
 about Erlang processes, and crashdump_viewer - a HTML based tool for
 browsing Erlang crashdumps.

erlang-odbc: Erlang/OTP interface to SQL databases

 The Erlang ODBC application provides an interface for accessing
 relational SQL databases from Erlang.

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erlang-parsetools: Erlang/OTP parsing tools

 The Parsetools application contains utilities for parsing. Currently,
 it includes yecc module. Yecc is an LALR-1 parser generator for Erlang,
 similar to yacc. Yecc takes a BNF grammar definition as input, and
 produces Erlang code for a parser as output.

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erlang-public-key: Erlang/OTP public key infrastructure

 Provides functions to handle public key infrastructure from RFC 3280
 (X.509 certificates) and some parts of the PKCS-standard.

erlang-reltool: Erlang/OTP release management tool

 Reltool is a release management tool. It analyses a given Erlang/OTP
 installation and determines dependencies between applications. The
 graphical frontend depicts the dependencies and enables interactive
 customization of a target system. The backend provides a batch
 interface for generation of customized target systems.

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erlang-src: Erlang/OTP applications sources

 Erlang sources for all the applications in the Erlang/OTP system.
 They are useful for educational purpose and as a base for creating
 embedded systems.

erlang-ssh: Erlang/OTP implementation of SSH protocol

 The SSH application is an erlang implementation of the secure
 shell protocol.

erlang-ssl: Erlang/OTP implementation of SSL

 The SSL application provides secure communication over sockets.

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erlang-test-server: Erlang/OTP server for automated application testing

 Test Server is a portable test server for automated application testing.
 The server can run test suites on local or remote targets and log
 progress and results to HTML pages. The main purpose of Test Server
 is to act as engine inside customized test tools. A callback interface
 for such framework applications is provided.

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erlang-tv: Erlang/OTP table viewer

 The TV application allows the user to examine ETS and Mnesia tables.
 Once a certain table has been opened in the tool, its content may be
 viewed in various levels of detail.

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erlang-webtool: Erlang/OTP helper for web-based tools

 WebTool provides an easy way to use web-based tools with Erlang/OTP.
 It configures and starts a web server as well as all available tools.

erlang-x11: Erlang/OTP applications that require X Window System

 This package is a dummy package which will install all Erlang/OTP
 applications which use graphical interface and therefore require
 X Window System to run.

erlang-xmerl: Erlang/OTP XML tools

 The xmerl application contains modules for processing XML.