gdbm 1.14.1-4 source package in Ubuntu

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gdbm (1.14.1-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload
  * Change priority to optional (Closes: #890832)

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Tue, 20 Feb 2018 11:58:39 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Dmitry Bogatov on 2018-02-20
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Original maintainer:
Dmitry Bogatov
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Section:
libs
Urgency:
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gdbm-l10n: GNU dbm database routines (translation files)

 GNU dbm ('gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible
 hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX 'dbm' functions.
 .
 The basic use of 'gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus
 providing a persistent version of the 'dictionary' Abstract Data Type
 ('hash' to perl programmers).
 This package provides translations for messages, generated by
 library routines and programs, provided by 'gdbtool' package.

gdbmtool: GNU dbm database routines (command line tools)

 GNU dbm ('gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible
 hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX 'dbm' functions.
 .
 The basic use of 'gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus
 providing a persistent version of the 'dictionary' Abstract Data Type
 ('hash' to perl programmers).
 .
 This package includes following command line tools:
 .
  * gdbm_dump -- dump database content into system-independant format
  * gdbm_load -- recreate database from dump, created by gdbm_dump
  * gdbmtool -- view and modify an existing database or to create a new one.

gdbmtool-dbgsym: debug symbols for gdbmtool
libgdbm-compat-dev: GNU dbm database routines (legacy support development files)

 GNU dbm ('gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible
 hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX 'dbm' functions.
 .
 The basic use of 'gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus
 providing a persistent version of the 'dictionary' Abstract Data Type
 ('hash' to perl programmers).
 .
 This package includes development files, required to build old
 programs, that use legacy 'dbm' interface. For new programs, please
 use modern interface, provided by libgdbm5 and libgdbm-dev.

libgdbm-compat4: GNU dbm database routines (legacy support runtime version)

 GNU dbm ('gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible
 hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX 'dbm' functions.
 .
 The basic use of 'gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus
 providing a persistent version of the 'dictionary' Abstract Data Type
 ('hash' to perl programmers).
 .
 This package includes library files, required to run old programs,
 that use legacy 'dbm' interface. For new programs, please use modern
 interface, provided by libgdbm5 and libgdbm-dev.

libgdbm-compat4-dbgsym: debug symbols for libgdbm-compat4
libgdbm-dev: GNU dbm database routines (development files)

 GNU dbm ('gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible
 hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX 'dbm' functions.
 .
 The basic use of 'gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus
 providing a persistent version of the 'dictionary' Abstract Data Type
 ('hash' to perl programmers).
 .
 Note, that to build old programs, that use legacy 'dbm' interface,
 you have to install libgdbm-compat-dev binary package.

libgdbm5: GNU dbm database routines (runtime version)

 GNU dbm ('gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible
 hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX 'dbm' functions.
 .
 The basic use of 'gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus
 providing a persistent version of the 'dictionary' Abstract Data Type
 ('hash' to perl programmers).

libgdbm5-dbgsym: debug symbols for libgdbm5