neko 2.0.0-4build1 source package in Ubuntu

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neko (2.0.0-4build1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * Rebuild against libmysqlclient20.

 -- Robie Basak <email address hidden>  Tue, 05 Apr 2016 12:48:05 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Robie Basak on 2016-04-05
Uploaded to:
Xenial
Original maintainer:
Andy Li
Architectures:
any all
Section:
interpreters
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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libapache2-mod-neko: Apache module for running server-side Neko programs

 Neko provides a common runtime for several different languages,
 including JavaScript and haXe.
 .
 This package includes a module for Apache 2 so that you can
 dynamically generate server-side web pages from Apache.
 .
 Neko was written by Nicolas Cannasse.

libneko0: Lightweight virtual machine - shared library

 Neko provides a common runtime for several different languages,
 including JavaScript and haXe.
 .
 This is the shared library implementing the Neko virtual machine.
 .
 Neko was written by Nicolas Cannasse.

libneko0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libneko0

 Neko provides a common runtime for several different languages,
 including JavaScript and haXe.
 .
 This is the shared library implementing the Neko virtual machine.
 .
 Neko was written by Nicolas Cannasse.

neko: No summary available for neko in ubuntu yakkety.

No description available for neko in ubuntu yakkety.

neko-dbgsym: debug symbols for package neko

 Neko provides a common runtime for several different languages,
 including JavaScript and haXe.
 .
 The compiler converts a source file (.neko) into a bytecode file (.n)
 that can be executed with the Virtual Machine. You can use the
 compiler as standalone commandline executable separated from the
 virtual machine, or as a Neko library to perform compile-and-run for
 interactive languages.
 .
 Neko was written by Nicolas Cannasse.

neko-dev: Lightweight virtual machine - headers

 Neko provides a common runtime for several different languages,
 including JavaScript and haXe.
 .
 The virtual machine is both very lightweight and well optimized. It
 can be easily embedded into other applications, and libraries are
 directly accessible using the C foreign function interface.
 .
 This package includes the header files for development using the Neko
 virtual machine.
 .
 Neko was written by Nicolas Cannasse.