libstring-tagged-perl 0.15-1 source package in Ubuntu


libstring-tagged-perl (0.15-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial release.

 -- Andrej Shadura <email address hidden>  Mon, 2 Jul 2018 14:05:36 +0200

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Debian Perl Group on 2018-07-27
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Cosmic release on 2018-07-27 universe misc


Cosmic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64


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libstring-tagged-perl: string buffers with value tags on extents

 String::Tagged implements an object class, instances of which store a
 (mutable) string buffer that supports tags. A tag is a name/value pair that
 applies to some non-empty extent of the underlying string.
 The types of tag names ought to be strings, or at least values that are
 well-behaved as strings, as the names will often be used as the keys in
 hashes or applied to the eq operator.
 The types of tag values are not restricted - any scalar will do. This could
 be a simple integer or string, ARRAY or HASH reference, or even a CODE
 reference containing an event handler of some kind.
 Tags may be arbitrarily overlapped. Any given offset within the string has in
 effect, a set of uniquely named tags. Tags of different names are
 independent. For tags of the same name, only the latest, shortest tag takes