golang 2:1.3.3-1ubuntu4~ubuntu14.04.1 source package in Ubuntu

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golang (2:1.3.3-1ubuntu4~ubuntu14.04.1) trusty-backports; urgency=medium

  * No-change backport to trusty

golang (2:1.3.3-1ubuntu4) vivid; urgency=medium

  * Build empty golang-go and golang-src packages on architectures
    without golang support, and depend on gccgo instead.

golang (2:1.3.3-1ubuntu3) vivid; urgency=medium

  * Regenerate the control file.

golang (2:1.3.3-1ubuntu2) vivid; urgency=medium

  * Install gofmt as an alternative.
  * Update the update-alternatives dance.
  * golang-go: Conflict with golang-go (<< 2:1.3.3-1ubuntu2).
  * Bump the alternative priority to 100, see Debian #779503.

golang (2:1.3.3-1ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable. (LP: #1407409) Remaining changes:
    - 016-armhf-elf-header.patch: Use correct ELF header for armhf binaries.
    - Support co-installability with gccgo-go tool:
      - d/rules,golang-go.install: Rename bin/go -> bin/golang-go
      - d/golang-go.{postinst,prerm}: Install/remove /usr/bin/go using
        alternatives.
    - d/copyright: Amendments for full compiliance with copyright format.
    - d/control: Demote golang-go.tools to Suggests to support Ubuntu MIR.

golang (2:1.3.3-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version (https://code.google.com/p/go/source/list?name=go1.3.3)
    - time: removed from tests now obsolete assumption about Australian tz
      abbreviations
    - net: temporarily skip TestAcceptIgnoreSomeErrors
    - runtime: hide cgocallback_gofunc calling cgocallbackg from linker
    - runtime: fix GOTRACEBACK reading on Windows, Plan 9
    - nacltest.bash: unset GOROOT
    - cmd/5l, cmd/6l, cmd/8l: fix nacl binary corruption bug
  * Add Paul and myself as uploaders. Many, many thanks to Michael for his work
    so far on this package (and hopefully more to come).

golang (2:1.3.2-1ubuntu1) vivid; urgency=medium

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - 016-armhf-elf-header.patch: Use correct ELF header for armhf binaries.
    - Support co-installability with gccgo-go tool:
      - d/rules,golang-go.install: Rename bin/go -> bin/golang-go
      - d/golang-go.{postinst,prerm}: Install/remove /usr/bin/go using
        alternatives.
    - d/copyright: Amendments for full compiliance with copyright format.
    - d/control: Demote golang-go.tools to Suggests to support Ubuntu MIR.
    - dropped patches (now upstream):
      - d/p/issue27650045_40001_50001.diff
      - d/p/issue28050043_60001_70001.diff
      - d/p/issue54790044_100001_110001.diff

golang (2:1.3.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version

golang (2:1.3.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version

golang (2:1.3-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Tianon Gravi ]
  * update debian/watch for upstream's latest move (Closes: #756415)
  * backport archive/tar patch to fix PAX headers (Closes: #756416)

golang (2:1.3-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * don’t depend on emacs23, depend on emacs instead (Closes: #754013)
  * install include/ in golang-src, VERSION in golang-go (Closes: #693186)

golang (2:1.3-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add /usr/lib/go/test symlink
  * Build with GO386=387 to favor the 387 floating point unit over sse2
    instructions (Closes: #753160)
  * Add debian/patches/0001-backport-delete-whole-line.patch to fix a
    deprecation warning about flet in the emacs part of golang-mode
    (Closes: #753607)
  * Migrate to emacsen >2 (Closes: #753607)
  * Backport two patches to improve archive/tar performance (for docker):
    debian/patches/0002-archive-tar-reuse-temporary-buffer-in-writeHeader.patch
    debian/patches/0003-archive-tar-reuse-temporary-buffer-in-readHeader.patch

golang (2:1.3-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version.
  * Drop patches merged upstream:
    - debian/patches/add-tar-xattr-support.patch
    - debian/patches/add-tar-xattr-support.patch
  * Fix debian/watch (Thanks Tianon) (Closes: #748290)
  * Remove dangling symlink /usr/lib/go/lib/godoc (Closes: #747968)

 -- Stéphane Graber <email address hidden>  Tue, 13 Oct 2015 20:00:31 -0700

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Stéphane Graber on 2015-10-14
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Original maintainer:
Go Compiler Team
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golang: Go programming language compiler - metapackage

 The Go programming language is an open source project to make
 programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and
 efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs
 that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its
 novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction.
 Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of
 garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It's a
 fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a
 dynamically typed, interpreted language.
 .
 This package is a metapackage that, when installed, guarantees
 that (most of) a full Go development environment is installed.

golang-doc: Go programming language compiler - documentation

 The Go programming language is an open source project to make
 programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and
 efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs
 that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its
 novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction.
 Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of
 garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It's a fast,
 statically typed, compiled language that feels like a dynamically
 typed, interpreted language.
 .
 This package provides the documentation for the Go programming
 language. You can view the formatted documentation by running "godoc
 --http=:6060", and then visiting http://localhost:6060/doc/install.html.

golang-go: Go programming language compiler

 The Go programming language is an open source project to make
 programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and
 efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs
 that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its
 novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction.
 Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of
 garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It's a
 fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a
 dynamically typed, interpreted language.
 .
 This package provides an assembler, a compiler, and a linker for the
 Go programming language. This is Google's implementation of the Go
 tool chain.

golang-go-darwin-386: Go standard library compiled for darwin_386

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for darwin_386.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-darwin-amd64: Go standard library compiled for darwin_amd64

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for darwin_amd64.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-freebsd-386: Go standard library compiled for freebsd_386

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for freebsd_386.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-freebsd-amd64: Go standard library compiled for freebsd_amd64

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for freebsd_amd64.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-freebsd-arm: Go standard library compiled for freebsd_arm

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for freebsd_arm.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-linux-386: Go standard library compiled for linux_386

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for linux_386.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-linux-amd64: Go standard library compiled for linux_amd64

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for linux_amd64.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-linux-arm: Go standard library compiled for linux_arm

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for linux_arm.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-netbsd-386: Go standard library compiled for netbsd_386

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for netbsd_386.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-netbsd-amd64: Go standard library compiled for netbsd_amd64

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for netbsd_amd64.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-windows-386: Go standard library compiled for windows_386

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for windows_386.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-go-windows-amd64: Go standard library compiled for windows_amd64

 This package contains the Go standard library,
 compiled for windows_amd64.
 .
 This package is just one of a number of packages, each providing the Go
 standard library for a specific operating system/architecture combination.
 Go supports cross-compilation, so each of these packages is useful on any
 architecture.
 .
 The files contained in this package are independent of the host architecture,
 that is, you can use golang-go-linux-amd64 to generate a binary for
 linux_amd64, even though you are executing the Go compiler on linux_386.

golang-mode: Go programming language - mode for GNU Emacs

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golang-src: Go programming language compiler - source files

 The Go programming language is an open source project to make
 programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and
 efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs
 that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its
 novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction.
 Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of
 garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It's a
 fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a
 dynamically typed, interpreted language.
 .
 This package provides the Go programming language source files needed
 for godoc and goinstall.

kate-syntax-go: Go programming language - Kate highlighting syntax files

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vim-syntax-go: Go programming language - Vim highlighting syntax files

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