gazebo 9.0.0+dfsg5-5ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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gazebo (9.0.0+dfsg5-5ubuntu2) disco; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild against latest protobuf

 -- Jeremy Bicha <email address hidden>  Sat, 10 Nov 2018 16:59:07 -0500

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Jeremy Bicha on 2018-11-10
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Binary packages built by this source

gazebo9: Open Source Robotics Simulator - Binaries

 Gazebo is a multi-robot simulator for outdoor environments. Like
 Stage (part of the Player project), it is capable of simulating a
 population of robots, sensors and objects, but does so in a
 three-dimensional world. It generates both realistic sensor feedback
 and physically plausible interactions between objects (it includes an
 accurate simulation of rigid-body physics).
 .
 This package contains then main application binaries

gazebo9-common: Open Source Robotics Simulator - Shared files

 Gazebo is a multi-robot simulator for outdoor environments. Like
 Stage (part of the Player project), it is capable of simulating a
 population of robots, sensors and objects, but does so in a
 three-dimensional world. It generates both realistic sensor feedback
 and physically plausible interactions between objects (it includes an
 accurate simulation of rigid-body physics).
 .
 This package contains shared files such as 3d models, worlds and
 robots.

gazebo9-dbgsym: debug symbols for gazebo9
gazebo9-doc: Open Source Robotics Simulator - Documentation

 Gazebo is a multi-robot simulator for outdoor environments. Like
 Stage (part of the Player project), it is capable of simulating a
 population of robots, sensors and objects, but does so in a
 three-dimensional world. It generates both realistic sensor feedback
 and physically plausible interactions between objects (it includes an
 accurate simulation of rigid-body physics).
 .
 This package contains the program documentation.

gazebo9-plugin-base: Open Source Robotics Simulator - base plug-ins

 Gazebo is a multi-robot simulator for outdoor environments. Like
 Stage (part of the Player project), it is capable of simulating a
 population of robots, sensors and objects, but does so in a
 three-dimensional world. It generates both realistic sensor feedback
 and physically plausible interactions between objects (it includes an
 accurate simulation of rigid-body physics).
 .
 This package gathers built-in plugins.

gazebo9-plugin-base-dbgsym: debug symbols for gazebo9-plugin-base
libgazebo9: Open Source Robotics Simulator - shared library

 Gazebo is a multi-robot simulator for outdoor environments. Like
 Stage (part of the Player project), it is capable of simulating a
 population of robots, sensors and objects, but does so in a
 three-dimensional world. It generates both realistic sensor feedback
 and physically plausible interactions between objects (it includes an
 accurate simulation of rigid-body physics).
 .
 This package gathers shared libraries used

libgazebo9-dbgsym: debug symbols for libgazebo9
libgazebo9-dev: Open Source Robotics Simulator - Development Files

 Gazebo is a multi-robot simulator for outdoor environments. Like
 Stage (part of the Player project), it is capable of simulating a
 population of robots, sensors and objects, but does so in a
 three-dimensional world. It generates both realistic sensor feedback
 and physically plausible interactions between objects (it includes an
 accurate simulation of rigid-body physics).
 .
 This package contains development files (headers, shared library
 symbolic link and pkg-config file).