nix 2.3.10+dfsg1-1build1 source package in Ubuntu

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nix (2.3.10+dfsg1-1build1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild against libssl3

 -- Steve Langasek <email address hidden>  Wed, 08 Dec 2021 23:43:28 +0000

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Steve Langasek
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Binary packages built by this source

nix-bin: Purely functional package manager (binaries)

 A powerful package manager for Linux and other Unix systems that
 makes package management reliable and reproducible. Nix provides
 atomic upgrades and rollbacks, side-by-side installation of multiple
 versions of a package, multi-user package management and easy setup
 of build environments.
 .
 NOTE: This package only provides the nix binaries. One still needs
 to setup directories, environments variables and configuration files
 to use nix as described in the nix manual.
 The package nix-setup-systemd provides such a setup using systemd
 mechanisms, also see /usr/share/doc/nix-bin/README.Debian.

nix-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for nix-bin
nix-setup-systemd: Purely functional package manager (systemd setup)

 A powerful package manager for Linux and other Unix systems that
 makes package management reliable and reproducible. Nix provides
 atomic upgrades and rollbacks, side-by-side installation of multiple
 versions of a package, multi-user package management and easy setup
 of build environments.
 .
 This package uses systemd mechanisms to setup the nix package
 manager.
 .
 NOTE: This package creates (via tmpfiles.d) a top-level folder /nix.
 This is not compliant with the file hierarchy standard but should not
 be a problem for most people. See /usr/share/doc/nix-bin/README.Debian.