file 1:5.34-2 source package in Ubuntu

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file (1:5.34-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Cherry-pick from upstream: Handle [elf] files without program
    headers gracefully. Closes: #882310

 -- Christoph Biedl <email address hidden>  Sun, 05 Aug 2018 19:53:19 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Christoph Biedl on 2018-08-06
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Original maintainer:
Christoph Biedl
Architectures:
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Section:
utils
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Cosmic release on 2018-08-15 main utils

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Binary packages built by this source

file: Recognize the type of data in a file using "magic" numbers

 The file command is "a file type guesser", a command-line tool that
 tells you in words what kind of data a file contains.
 .
 This package contains the file program itself.

file-dbgsym: debug symbols for file
libmagic-dev: Recognize the type of data in a file using "magic" numbers - development

 This library can be used to classify files according to magic number
 tests.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

libmagic-mgc: File type determination library using "magic" numbers (compiled magic file)

 This package provides the compiled magic file "magic.mgc". It has
 been separated from libmagic1 in order to meet the multiarch
 requirements without breaking applications that expect this file
 at its absolute path.

libmagic1: Recognize the type of data in a file using "magic" numbers - library

 This library can be used to classify files according to magic number
 tests. It implements the core functionality of the file command.

libmagic1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libmagic1