libxml2 2.9.10+dfsg-1ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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libxml2 (2.9.10+dfsg-1ubuntu2) focal; urgency=medium

  * Restore the old xml2-config behaviour to print the shared libs by default.
    xml2-config --libs --static still can be used for the private libs.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Thu, 20 Feb 2020 10:56:09 +0100

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Matthias Klose on 2020-02-20
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libxml2: GNOME XML library

 XML is a metalanguage to let you design your own markup language.
 A regular markup language defines a way to describe information in
 a certain class of documents (eg HTML). XML lets you define your
 own customized markup languages for many classes of document. It
 can do this because it's written in SGML, the international standard
 metalanguage for markup languages.
 .
 This package provides a library providing an extensive API to handle
 such XML data files.

libxml2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libxml2
libxml2-dev: Development files for the GNOME XML library

 XML is a metalanguage to let you design your own markup language.
 A regular markup language defines a way to describe information in
 a certain class of documents (eg HTML). XML lets you define your
 own customized markup languages for many classes of document. It
 can do this because it's written in SGML, the international standard
 metalanguage for markup languages.
 .
 Install this package if you wish to develop your own programs using
 the GNOME XML library.

libxml2-doc: Documentation for the GNOME XML library

 XML is a metalanguage to let you design your own markup language.
 A regular markup language defines a way to describe information in
 a certain class of documents (eg HTML). XML lets you define your
 own customized markup languages for many classes of document. It
 can do this because it's written in SGML, the international standard
 metalanguage for markup languages.
 .
 This package contains general information about the GNOME XML library
 and more specific API references.

libxml2-utils: XML utilities

 XML is a metalanguage to let you design your own markup language.
 A regular markup language defines a way to describe information in
 a certain class of documents (eg HTML). XML lets you define your
 own customized markup languages for many classes of document. It
 can do this because it's written in SGML, the international standard
 metalanguage for markup languages.
 .
 This package provides xmllint, a tool for validating and reformatting
 XML documents, and xmlcatalog, a tool to parse and manipulate XML or
 SGML catalog files.

libxml2-utils-dbgsym: debug symbols for libxml2-utils
python3-libxml2: Python3 bindings for the GNOME XML library

 XML is a metalanguage to let you design your own markup language.
 A regular markup language defines a way to describe information in
 a certain class of documents (eg HTML). XML lets you define your
 own customized markup languages for many classes of document. It
 can do this because it's written in SGML, the international standard
 metalanguage for markup languages.
 .
 This package contains the files needed to use the GNOME XML library
 in Python3 programs.

python3-libxml2-dbg: Python3 bindings for the GNOME XML library (debug extension)

 XML is a metalanguage to let you design your own markup language.
 A regular markup language defines a way to describe information in
 a certain class of documents (eg HTML). XML lets you define your
 own customized markup languages for many classes of document. It
 can do this because it's written in SGML, the international standard
 metalanguage for markup languages.
 .
 This package contains the files needed to use the GNOME XML library
 in Python3 programs for use with the Python3 debug interpreter.