librep 0.92.5-3 source package in Ubuntu

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librep (0.92.5-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Add patch 0003-hppa-metag-stack-direction for FTBFS on hppa (Closes:
    #818693)

 -- Jose M Calhariz <email address hidden>  Sun, 20 Mar 2016 14:52:44 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Jose M Calhariz on 2016-03-23
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Jose M Calhariz
Architectures:
any all
Section:
interpreters
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

librep-dbg: No summary available for librep-dbg in ubuntu yakkety.

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librep-dev: development libraries and headers for librep

 rep is a dialect of Lisp, designed to be used both as an extension
 language for applications and as a general purpose programming language.
 .
 It was originally written to be mostly-compatible with Emacs Lisp, but has
 subsequently diverged markedly. Its aim is to combine the best features of
 Scheme and Common Lisp and provide an environment that is comfortable for
 implementing both small and large scale systems. It tries to be a
 "pragmatic" programming language.
 .
 This package contains the files needed to embed the rep interpreter in an
 application.

librep-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for package librep-dev

 rep is a dialect of Lisp, designed to be used both as an extension
 language for applications and as a general purpose programming language.
 .
 It was originally written to be mostly-compatible with Emacs Lisp, but has
 subsequently diverged markedly. Its aim is to combine the best features of
 Scheme and Common Lisp and provide an environment that is comfortable for
 implementing both small and large scale systems. It tries to be a
 "pragmatic" programming language.
 .
 This package contains the files needed to embed the rep interpreter in an
 application.

librep16: embedded lisp command interpreter library

 rep is a dialect of Lisp, designed to be used both as an extension
 language for applications and as a general purpose programming language.
 .
 It was originally written to be mostly-compatible with Emacs Lisp, but has
 subsequently diverged markedly. Its aim is to combine the best features of
 Scheme and Common Lisp and provide an environment that is comfortable for
 implementing both small and large scale systems. It tries to be a
 "pragmatic" programming language.
 .
 This package contains the shared library for applications that embed
 the rep interpreter. You should not need to install this package manually.

librep16-dbgsym: No summary available for librep16-dbgsym in ubuntu yakkety.

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rep: No summary available for rep in ubuntu yakkety.

No description available for rep in ubuntu yakkety.

rep-dbgsym: debug symbols for package rep

 rep is a dialect of Lisp, designed to be used both as an extension
 language for applications and as a general purpose programming language.
 .
 It was originally written to be mostly-compatible with Emacs Lisp, but has
 subsequently diverged markedly. Its aim is to combine the best features of
 Scheme and Common Lisp and provide an environment that is comfortable for
 implementing both small and large scale systems. It tries to be a
 "pragmatic" programming language.

rep-doc: documentation for the lisp command interpreter

 rep is a dialect of Lisp, designed to be used both as an extension
 language for applications and as a general purpose programming language.
 .
 It was originally written to be mostly-compatible with Emacs Lisp, but has
 subsequently diverged markedly. Its aim is to combine the best features of
 Scheme and Common Lisp and provide an environment that is comfortable for
 implementing both small and large scale systems. It tries to be a
 "pragmatic" programming language.
 .
 This package contains the language documentation in info format.