ifupdown2 1.2.5-1 source package in Ubuntu

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ifupdown2 (1.2.5-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fix: ifupdown2 scripts: log warning on EACCES exception (Fixes #89)
  * Fix: debian: install sysvinit script (closes: #918775)
  * Fix: debian: postinst: remove diversion after upgrade from stretch
         (closes: #919443)

 -- Julien Fortin <email address hidden>  Mon, 21 Jan 2019 23:42:42 +8000

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Julien Fortin on 2019-01-23
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Original maintainer:
Julien Fortin
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ifupdown2: Network Interface Management tool similar to ifupdown

 ifupdown2 is ifupdown re-written in Python. It replaces ifupdown and provides
 the same user interface as ifupdown for network interface configuration.
 Like ifupdown, ifupdown2 is a high level tool to configure (or, respectively
 deconfigure) network interfaces based on interface definitions in
 /etc/network/interfaces. It is capable of detecting network interface
 dependencies and comes with several new features which are available as
 new command options to ifup/ifdown/ifquery commands. It also comes with a new
 command ifreload to reload interface configuration with minimum
 disruption. Most commands are also capable of input and output in JSON format.
 It is backward compatible with ifupdown /etc/network/interfaces format and
 supports newer simplified format. It also supports interface templates with
 python-mako for large scale interface deployments. See
 /usr/share/doc/ifupdown2/README.rst for details about ifupdown2. Examples
 are available under /usr/share/doc/ifupdown2/examples.