expect 5.45-2 source package in Ubuntu

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expect (5.45-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Replaced ckalloc() call in exp_clib.c by malloc() because using the
    ordinary free() leads to memory corruption after ckalloc() (which is
    a macro for Tcl_Alloc()). See patches/22-segfault-with-stubs.patch
    for segfaulting examples.
 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Fri,  18 Nov 2011 10:51:16 +0000

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Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync on 2011-11-18
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Original maintainer:
Sergei Golovan
Architectures:
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Section:
interpreters
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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expect: Automates interactive applications

 Expect is a tool for automating interactive applications according to a script.
 Following the script, Expect knows what can be expected from a program and what
 the correct response should be. Expect is also useful for testing these same
 applications. And by adding Tk, you can also wrap interactive applications in
 X11 GUIs. An interpreted language provides branching and high-level control
 structures to direct the dialogue. In addition, the user can take control and
 interact directly when desired, afterward returning control to the script.

expect-dev: Automates interactive applications (development)

 Expect is a tool for automating interactive applications according to a script.
 Following the script, Expect knows what can be expected from a program and what
 the correct response should be. Expect is also useful for testing these same
 applications. And by adding Tk, you can also wrap interactive applications in
 X11 GUIs. An interpreted language provides branching and high-level control
 structures to direct the dialogue. In addition, the user can take control and
 interact directly when desired, afterward returning control to the script.
 .
 This package contains the development files and examples.