extrepo 0.6 source package in Ubuntu


extrepo (0.6) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Rebuild with changes listed in previous upload actually working. When you
    build & test on two machines, it's important to keep your git checkouts in

 -- Wouter Verhelst <email address hidden>  Wed, 04 Dec 2019 11:39:46 +0200

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Wouter Verhelst
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extrepo_0.6.dsc 1.5 KiB c5820fb7b75d961a29598d35e5e99869196b8eefbffe9010bc55ca77184fa1b6
extrepo_0.6.tar.xz 19.8 KiB 2f00d3fd014412ab008b584f9816c0097998a064953fbd2a03ee1f64fec43459

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extrepo: External repository manager

 External repositories are additional software package repositories that
 are not maintained by Debian. Before extrepo, maintainers of such
 repositories would suggest that you download and execute an (unsigned)
 shell script as root, or that you download and install their (unsigned)
 package, which is not ideal for security.
 The extrepo package tries to remedy this, by providing a curated list
 of external repositories that can be enabled by a simple command,
 allowing unsigned scripts to be replaced by a simple "extrepo enable
 Note, however, that while the repositories are curated, and that any
 repositories with malicious content will be removed and/or disabled
 when detected, no warranty is made by the Debian project as to the
 security or quality of the software in these third-party repositories.