liblog-log4perl-perl 1.49-1 source package in Ubuntu


liblog-log4perl-perl (1.49-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload.
  * Import upstream version 1.49.
    Fixes "Warnings with Perl 5.24 and newer when "syswrite" and "utf8"
    are used together" (Closes: #855894)
  * Add debian/gbp.conf to tell gbp import-orig to merge the upstream
    branch (instead of replacing it). This is necessary because we have
    changes applied (git-dpm, git-debcherry).
  * Declare compliance with Debian Policy 4.0.0.

 -- gregor herrmann <email address hidden>  Tue, 01 Aug 2017 16:39:59 -0400

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Debian Perl Group on 2017-08-02
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Eoan release on 2019-04-18 universe perl
Disco release on 2018-10-30 universe perl
Cosmic release on 2018-05-01 universe perl
Bionic release on 2017-10-24 universe perl
Artful release on 2017-08-02 universe perl


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liblog-log4perl-perl_1.49-1.dsc 2.3 KiB 6fd776e1a7aa18ca3c5014b7a99600ae2eeb03470a24227f997060fcf30e0015
liblog-log4perl-perl_1.49.orig.tar.gz 273.0 KiB b739187f519146cb6bebcfc427c64b1f4138b35c5f4c96f46a21ed4a43872e16
liblog-log4perl-perl_1.49-1.debian.tar.xz 16.8 KiB e520a341ef15856f12b71eb13780e11aa4a02b0fb45a9fe980b1eb6fb3ef93b8

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liblog-log4perl-perl: Perl port of the widely popular log4j logging package

 Log::Log4perl is a pure Perl port of the widely popular Apache/Jakarta
 log4j library for Java. In the spirit of log4j, Log::Log4perl
 addresses the shortcomings of typical ad-hoc or homegrown logging
 systems by providing three mechanisms to control the amount of data
 being logged and where it ends up at:
    * Levels allow you to specify the priority of log
      messages. Low-priority messages are suppressed when the system's
      setting allows for only higher-priority messages.
    * Categories define which parts of the system you want to enable
      logging in. Category inheritance allows you to elegantly reuse
      and override previously defined settings of different parts in the
      category hierarchy. So, at a central location in your system (either
      in a configuration file or in the startup code) you may specify which
      components (classes,functions) of your system should generate logs.
    * Appenders allow you to choose which output devices the log data
      is being written to, once it clears the previously listed