hamlib 3.3-5 source package in Ubuntu

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hamlib (3.3-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * rules: Use $(MAKE) instead of make, add set -x to loops, and tell dh-lua
    not to hide make rules.
  * Explicitly name tests in debian/tests/control. Thanks Paul Gevers!
  * Test lua5.2 and 5.3 separately.

 -- Christoph Berg <email address hidden>  Fri, 18 Jan 2019 13:34:06 +0100

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Debian Hamradio Maintainers on 2019-01-18
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Original maintainer:
Debian Hamradio Maintainers
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Binary packages built by this source

libhamlib++-dev: Development C++ library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the development library with C++ bindings.
 If you wish to run applications developed using this library you'll need the
 'libhamlib2++c2' package.

libhamlib-dev: Development library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the development library with both C bindings.
 If you wish to run applications developed using this library you'll need the
 'libhamlib2' package.

libhamlib-doc: Documentation for the hamlib radio control library

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the developers documentation for the API.

libhamlib-utils: Utilities to support the hamlib radio control library

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides a command-line utility to test the hamlib library and
 to control transceivers if you're short of anything more sophisticated.

libhamlib-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for libhamlib-utils
libhamlib2: Run-time library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the C run-time form of the library. If you wish to
 develop software using this library you need the 'libhamlib-dev' package.

libhamlib2++c2: Run-time C++ library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the C++ run-time form of the library. If you wish to
 develop software using this library you need the 'libhamlib++-dev' package.

libhamlib2++c2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libhamlib2++c2
libhamlib2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libhamlib2
libhamlib2-perl: Run-time perl library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the perl bindings of the library.

libhamlib2-perl-dbgsym: debug symbols for libhamlib2-perl
libhamlib2-tcl: Run-time Tcl library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the Tcl bindings of the library.

libhamlib2-tcl-dbgsym: debug symbols for libhamlib2-tcl
lua-hamlib2: Run-time Lua library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the Lua bindings of the library.

lua-hamlib2-dbgsym: debug symbols for lua-hamlib2
python-libhamlib2: Run-time Python library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the Python bindings of the library.

python-libhamlib2-dbgsym: debug symbols for python-libhamlib2
python3-libhamlib2: Run-time Python3 library to control radio transceivers and receivers

 Most recent amateur radio transceivers allow external control of their
 functions through a computer interface. Unfortunately, control commands are
 not always consistent across a manufacturer's product line and each
 manufacturer's product line differs greatly from its competitors.
 .
 This library addresses that issue by providing a standardised programming
 interface that applications can talk to and translating that into the
 appropriate commands required by the radio in use.
 .
 This package provides the Python3 bindings of the library.

python3-libhamlib2-dbgsym: debug symbols for python3-libhamlib2