libbytesize 1.4-1build1 source package in Ubuntu

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libbytesize (1.4-1build1) disco; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild to build for python3.7 as the default.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Wed, 31 Oct 2018 12:35:16 +0000

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Matthias Klose on 2018-10-31
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Disco
Original maintainer:
Utopia Maintenance Team
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
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libbytesize-dev: library for common operations with sizes in bytes - development

 This package ships the header pkg-config files needed for building things
 against the libbytesize library.

libbytesize1: library for common operations with sizes in bytes

 Many projects need to work with sizes in bytes (be it sizes of storage
 space, memory,...) and all of them need to deal with the same issues
 like:
 .
  * How to get a human-readable string for the given size?
  * How to store the given size so that no significant information is lost?
  * If we store the size in bytes, what if the given size gets over the
    MAXUINT64 value? How to interpret sizes entered by users according
    to their locale and typing conventions?
  * How to deal with the decimal/binary units (MB vs. MiB) ambiguity?
  .
  This library aims to be as much generally usable as possible, small, fast and
  be easily interfaced from other languages.

libbytesize1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libbytesize1
python3-bytesize: Python 3 bindings for libbytesize

 Many projects need to work with sizes in bytes (be it sizes of storage
 space, memory,...) and all of them need to deal with the same issues
 like:
 .
  * How to get a human-readable string for the given size?
  * How to store the given size so that no significant information is lost?
  * If we store the size in bytes, what if the given size gets over the
    MAXUINT64 value? How to interpret sizes entered by users according
    to their locale and typing conventions?
  * How to deal with the decimal/binary units (MB vs. MiB) ambiguity?
  .
  This library aims to be as much generally usable as possible, small, fast and
  be easily interfaced from other languages.
  .
  This package contains bindings for libbytesize in Python3.