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“libconfig” package in Ubuntu

libconfig++-dbg: parsing/manipulation of structured config files (C++ debug symbols)
libconfig++-dev: parsing and manipulation of structured config files(C++ development)
libconfig++8-dev: Transitional package for libconfig++-dev
libconfig++9: parsing and manipulation of structured configuration files(C++ binding)
libconfig-dbg: parsing and manipulation of structured config files(debug symbols)
libconfig-dev: parsing/manipulation of structured config files (development)
libconfig-doc: parsing and manipulation of structured config files(Documentation)
libconfig8-dev: Transitional package for libconfig-dev
libconfig9: parsing and manipulation of structured configuration files

This package has 0 new bugs and 0 open questions.

Package information

Maintainer:
Jonathan McCrohan
Urgency:*
Medium Urgency
Component:*
main
Architectures:*
any all
Latest upload:
1.4.9-2

*actual publishing details may vary in this distribution, these are just the package defaults.

Upstream connections

LinterraLinterra Network Librarytrunk

This is a simple network framework for building stateful client/server applications using a general binary message protocol into which you can stream/serialize arbitrary payloads. It is built using the Apache Portable Runtime, libevent, libconfig, and log4cxx. It is a very simple and flexible framework which supports dynamically loadable modules that handle messages via URI.

Bug supervisor: no
Bug tracker: yes
Branch: yes

There are no registered releases for the Linterra Network Library ⇒ trunk.

The Trusty Tahr (pre-release freeze)
1.4.9-2 release (main) 2014-02-14
The Saucy Salamander (current stable release)
1.4.8-5 release (main) 2013-04-25
The Quantal Quetzal (supported)
1.4.8-5 release (main) 2012-07-01
The Precise Pangolin (supported)
1.3.2-2ubuntu2 release (main) 2011-10-13
The Lucid Lynx (supported)
1.3.2-2 release (universe) 2009-12-18