execline 2.5.0.1-1 source package in Ubuntu

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execline (2.5.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Initial release. (Closes: #906250)

 -- Shengjing Zhu <email address hidden>  Wed, 05 Sep 2018 11:15:01 +0800

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Shengjing Zhu on 2018-09-06
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Original maintainer:
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Urgency:
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execline: small and non-interactive scripting language

 Execline is a (non-interactive) scripting language, like sh; but its
 syntax is quite different from a traditional shell syntax. The execlineb
 program is meant to be used as an interpreter for a text file; the other
 commands are essentially useful inside an execlineb script.
 .
 Execline is as powerful as a shell: it features conditional loops,
 getopt-style option handling, filename globbing, and more. Meanwhile, its
 syntax is far more logic and predictable than the shell's syntax, and has
 no security issues.
 .
 Execline binaries are installed in /usr/lib/execline/bin, please add it to
 PATH before using them.

execline-dbgsym: debug symbols for execline
execline-doc: small and non-interactive scripting language (documentation)

 Execline is a (non-interactive) scripting language, like sh; but its
 syntax is quite different from a traditional shell syntax. The execlineb
 program is meant to be used as an interpreter for a text file; the other
 commands are essentially useful inside an execlineb script.
 .
 Execline is as powerful as a shell: it features conditional loops,
 getopt-style option handling, filename globbing, and more. Meanwhile, its
 syntax is far more logic and predictable than the shell's syntax, and has
 no security issues.
 .
 This package contains documentation files.

libexecline-dev: small and non-interactive scripting language (development files)

 Execline is a (non-interactive) scripting language, like sh; but its
 syntax is quite different from a traditional shell syntax. The execlineb
 program is meant to be used as an interpreter for a text file; the other
 commands are essentially useful inside an execlineb script.
 .
 Execline is as powerful as a shell: it features conditional loops,
 getopt-style option handling, filename globbing, and more. Meanwhile, its
 syntax is far more logic and predictable than the shell's syntax, and has
 no security issues.
 .
 This package contains static and header files.

libexecline2.5: small and non-interactive scripting language (shared library)

 Execline is a (non-interactive) scripting language, like sh; but its
 syntax is quite different from a traditional shell syntax. The execlineb
 program is meant to be used as an interpreter for a text file; the other
 commands are essentially useful inside an execlineb script.
 .
 Execline is as powerful as a shell: it features conditional loops,
 getopt-style option handling, filename globbing, and more. Meanwhile, its
 syntax is far more logic and predictable than the shell's syntax, and has
 no security issues.
 .
 This package contains shared libraries.

libexecline2.5-dbgsym: debug symbols for libexecline2.5