ezquake 2.2+git20150324-1 source package in Ubuntu

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ezquake (2.2+git20150324-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial release.

 -- Michael Gilbert <email address hidden>  Wed, 13 Jul 2016 02:44:00 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Debian Games Group on 2016-07-13
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Debian Games Group
Architectures:
any
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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ezquake_2.2+git20150324-1.dsc 2.7 KiB 6009b97aac62032069528271ecb8a19733278ea32886687bdb2857f73f5b4920
ezquake_2.2+git20150324.orig.tar.xz 983.4 KiB 5612217fef5bb967baeed550e870d272e5d4df88a2133b4c3953be5dedfce254
ezquake_2.2+git20150324-1.debian.tar.xz 5.0 KiB 62085b1d70cfbfe6e67ab06c0978a8450f5c114436c91a369f334777fb158f13

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Binary packages built by this source

ezquake: modern QuakeWorld client

 ezQuake is a modern QuakeWorld engine. It adds many useful features like
 modern graphics, QuakeTV support, mp3 playback, multi-monitor support, a
 built-in server browser, and many features serving the needs of
 competitive Quake gamers.
 .
 QuakeWorld itelf is a variant of the Quake engine designed specifically
 for online gameplay.
 .
 This package contains no data files. To use it, you will need either the
 commercial Quake 1 data, the shareware data (game-data-packager can be
 helpful), or free game data files such as OpenQuartz.

ezquake-dbgsym: debug symbols for package ezquake

 ezQuake is a modern QuakeWorld engine. It adds many useful features like
 modern graphics, QuakeTV support, mp3 playback, multi-monitor support, a
 built-in server browser, and many features serving the needs of
 competitive Quake gamers.
 .
 QuakeWorld itelf is a variant of the Quake engine designed specifically
 for online gameplay.
 .
 This package contains no data files. To use it, you will need either the
 commercial Quake 1 data, the shareware data (game-data-packager can be
 helpful), or free game data files such as OpenQuartz.