libgc 1:7.2d-5ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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libgc (1:7.2d-5ubuntu2) trusty; urgency=medium

  * Don't run the tests when cross building.
 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>   Sun, 08 Dec 2013 02:30:22 +0100

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Matthias Klose on 2013-12-08
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Original maintainer:
Christoph Egger
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Binary packages built by this source

libgc-dev: conservative garbage collector for C (development)

 Boehm-Demers-Weiser's GC is a garbage collecting storage allocator that is
 intended to be used as a plug-in replacement for C's malloc or C++'s new().
 .
 It allows you to allocate memory basically as you normally would without
 explicitly deallocating memory that is no longer useful. The collector
 automatically recycles memory when it determines that it can no longer be
 used.
 .
 This version of the collector is thread safe, has C++ support and uses the
 defaults for everything else. However, it does not work as a drop-in malloc(3)
 replacement.
 .
 This package is required to compile and link programs that use libgc1c2.

libgc1c2: conservative garbage collector for C and C++

 Boehm-Demers-Weiser's GC is a garbage collecting storage allocator that is
 intended to be used as a plug-in replacement for C's malloc or C++'s new().
 .
 It allows you to allocate memory basically as you normally would without
 explicitly deallocating memory that is no longer useful. The collector
 automatically recycles memory when it determines that it can no longer be
 used.
 .
 This version of the collector is thread safe, has C++ support and uses the
 defaults for everything else. However, it does not work as a drop-in malloc(3)
 replacement.