libnet-ip-perl 1.26-2 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

libnet-ip-perl (1.26-2) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Salvatore Bonaccorso ]
  * Change Vcs-Git to canonical URI (git://anonscm.debian.org)
  * Change search.cpan.org based URIs to metacpan.org based URIs

  [ gregor herrmann ]
  * debian/control: remove Nicholas Bamber from Uploaders on request of
    the MIA team.
  * Strip trailing slash from metacpan URLs.

  [ Salvatore Bonaccorso ]
  * Update Vcs-Browser URL to cgit web frontend
  * debian/control: Use HTTPS transport protocol for Vcs-Git URI

  [ gregor herrmann ]
  * Change bugtracker URL(s) to HTTPS.
  * Simplify BTS URL.
  * debian/copyright: change Copyright-Format 1.0 URL to HTTPS.

  [ Salvatore Bonaccorso ]
  * Update Vcs-* headers for switch to salsa.debian.org

  [ Xavier Guimard ]
  * Add upstream/metadata
  * Declare compliance with policy 4.2.1
  * Bump debhelper compat to 10
  * Rename MIT license to Expat
  * Enable autopkgtest
  * Update spelling.patch

 -- Xavier Guimard <email address hidden>  Mon, 27 Aug 2018 19:26:02 +0200

Upload details

Uploaded by:
Debian Perl Group on 2018-08-27
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Debian Perl Group
Architectures:
all
Section:
perl
Urgency:
Low Urgency

See full publishing history Publishing

Series Pocket Published Component Section
Eoan release on 2019-04-18 main perl
Disco release on 2018-10-30 main perl
Cosmic release on 2018-08-28 main perl

Builds

Cosmic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64

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Binary packages built by this source

libnet-ip-perl: Perl extension for manipulating IPv4/IPv6 addresses

 Net::IP provides functions to deal with IPv4/IPv6 addresses.
 The module can be used as a class, allowing the user to instantiate IP
 objects, which can be single IP addresses, prefixes, or ranges of addresses.
 There is also a procedural way of accessing most of the functions. Most
 subroutines can take either IPv4 or IPv6 addresses transparently.