libcrypt-simple-perl 0.06-6 source package in Ubuntu

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libcrypt-simple-perl (0.06-6) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Nathan Handler ]
  * debian/watch: Update to ignore development releases.

  [ Ansgar Burchardt ]
  * Refresh rules for debhelper 7.
  * Drop (Build-)Depends on libmd5-perl. This module already uses Digest::MD5.
  * Convert debian/copyright to proposed machine-readable format.
  * debian/control: small change to description.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.2 (no changes).
  * Add myself to Uploaders.

 -- Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <email address hidden>   Thu,  05 Nov 2009 06:04:43 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync on 2009-11-05
Uploaded to:
Lucid
Original maintainer:
Debian Perl Group
Architectures:
all
Section:
perl
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Bionic release on 2017-10-24 universe perl
Artful release on 2017-04-20 universe perl
Xenial release on 2015-10-22 universe perl
Trusty release on 2013-10-18 universe perl
Precise release on 2011-10-13 universe perl

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Lucid: [FULLYBUILT] i386

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libcrypt-simple-perl: Perl library to encrypt stuff simply

 Maybe you have a web application and you need to store some session
 data at the client side (in a cookie or hidden form fields) but you
 don't want the user to be able to mess with the data. Maybe you want
 to save secret information to a text file. Maybe you have better
 ideas of what to do with encrypted stuff!
 .
 The Crypt::Simple module will convert all your data into nice base64 text
 that you can save in a text file, send in an email, store in a cookie
 or web page, or bounce around the Net. The data you encrypt can be as
 simple or as complicated as you like.