libmaus2 2.0.743+dfsg-1 source package in Ubuntu

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libmaus2 (2.0.743+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload
  * d/p/dlopen-libz.so.1.patch: open libz.so.1 instead of libz.so.  This fixes
    autopkgtest failures in biobambam2.  Thanks John Marshall.  Closes: #966470

 -- √Čtienne Mollier <email address hidden>  Mon, 10 Aug 2020 23:07:12 +0200

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libmaus2-2: collection of data structures and algorithms for biobambam

 Libmaus2 is a collection of data structures and algorithms. It contains
 .
  * I/O classes (single byte and UTF-8)
  * bitio classes (input, output and various forms of bit level manipulation)
  * text indexing classes (suffix and LCP array, fulltext and minute (FM), ...)
  * BAM sequence alignment files input/output (simple and collating)
 .
 and many lower level support classes.

libmaus2-2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libmaus2-2
libmaus2-dev: collection of data structures and algorithms for biobambam (devel)

 Libmaus2 is a collection of data structures and algorithms. It contains
 .
  * I/O classes (single byte and UTF-8)
  * bitio classes (input, output and various forms of bit level manipulation)
  * text indexing classes (suffix and LCP array, fulltext and minute (FM), ...)
  * BAM sequence alignment files input/output (simple and collating)
 .
 and many lower level support classes.
 .
 This package contains header files and static libraries.