libytnef 1.5-9 source package in Ubuntu

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libytnef (1.5-9) unstable; urgency=medium

  * QA upload.
  * Add patch to fix FTBFS with clang. Closes: #742146.

 -- Ricardo Mones <email address hidden>  Sat, 22 Aug 2015 11:10:24 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Debian QA Group on 2015-08-22
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Debian QA Group
Architectures:
any
Section:
utils
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libytnef0: improved decoder for application/ms-tnef attachments

 Yerase's TNEF Stream Reader allows you to decode application/ms-tnef
 e-mail attachments, which are usually entitled "winmail.dat" and are
 generally a file container format that is only readable by Microsoft
 Outlook. Some TNEF streams also include RTF-formatted data.
 .
 libytnef0 is the support library that exposes these functions to other
 programs. The ytnef program (and eponymous package) is the frontend for
 this library, so you should probably install that if you want to take
 advantage of it.

libytnef0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libytnef0

 Yerase's TNEF Stream Reader allows you to decode application/ms-tnef
 e-mail attachments, which are usually entitled "winmail.dat" and are
 generally a file container format that is only readable by Microsoft
 Outlook. Some TNEF streams also include RTF-formatted data.
 .
 libytnef0 is the support library that exposes these functions to other
 programs. The ytnef program (and eponymous package) is the frontend for
 this library, so you should probably install that if you want to take
 advantage of it.

libytnef0-dev: headers for application/ms-tnef attachments decoder

 Yerase's TNEF Stream Reader allows you to decode application/ms-tnef
 e-mail attachments, which are usually entitled "winmail.dat" and are
 generally a file container format that is only readable by Microsoft
 Outlook. Some TNEF streams also include RTF-formatted data.
 .
 libytnef0 is the support library that exposes these functions to other
 programs. The ytnef program (and eponymous package) is the frontend for
 this library, so you should probably install that if you want to take
 advantage of it.
 .
 These are the development headers for libytnef0.