jpegjudge 0.0.2-3 source package in Ubuntu

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jpegjudge (0.0.2-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * ACK NMU, thanks Ondřej.
  * debian/control
    - (Standards-Version): Update to 3.9.8.
    - (Vcs-*): Update to anonscm.debian.org.
  * debian/copyright
    - Update URLs.
    - (debian/*): Add section.
  * debian/source/options
    - New file.

 -- Jari Aalto <email address hidden>  Fri, 21 Oct 2016 17:32:51 +0300

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Uploaded by:
Jari Aalto
Uploaded to:
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Original maintainer:
Jari Aalto
Architectures:
any
Section:
graphics
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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jpegjudge_0.0.2-3.dsc 1.8 KiB 9168b07ba5dfe7083945973fad1ca7df4adfd0c24bced3ea936df0a92bb4c7f6
jpegjudge_0.0.2.orig.tar.gz 38.4 KiB 2e1faf34ef00116dd9a2542e095259fb0e8abc5ee0f9eecec81770e4b1cc99e7
jpegjudge_0.0.2-3.debian.tar.xz 8.3 KiB cc7ec544b2e87eaab651e4f6d42f6390ebc8af992a50f48557f421035613828e

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jpegjudge: determine which of two given jpegs (same size) is the original

 Try to determine which same picture was saved at a higher quality,
 even if the picture was saved at low quality and later at a higher
 quality.
 .
 By a statistical analysis over the quantization table stored in a
 jpeg one could probably deduce the quality which the picture was
 saved (i.e. this particular save), but it in no way says anything
 about the picture quality itself (i.e. whether it has ever been saved
 at lower quality before since its creation). For example, one might have
 saved a jpeg picture at low quality, and later saved at a higher
 quality, yet the information lost during the first save can't be
 restored.

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