libtest-bits-perl 0.02-2 source package in Ubuntu


libtest-bits-perl (0.02-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fix copyright holder (thanks Thorsten Alteholz!)

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Debian Perl Group on 2019-01-18
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libtest-bits-perl: Perl module for testing binary data

 Test::Bits provides a single subroutine, bits_is(), for testing binary data.
 This module is quite similar to Test::BinaryData and Test::HexString in
 concept. The difference is that this module shows failure diagnostics in a
 different way, and has a slightly different calling style. Depending on the
 nature of the data you're working with, this module may be easier to work
 In particular, when you're doing a lot of bit twiddling, this module's
 diagnostic output may make it easier to diagnose failures. A typical failure
 diagnostic will look like this:
 The two pieces of binary data are not the same length (got 2, expected 3).
 Binary data begins differing at byte 1.
 Got: 01111000
 Expect: 01111001