oaklisp 1.3.6-2 source package in Ubuntu

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oaklisp (1.3.6-2) unstable; urgency=medium


  * tweaks to not run LaTeX during build-arch, should help port to 68k

 -- Barak A. Pearlmutter <email address hidden>  Sun, 15 Mar 2015 11:12:19 +0000

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Barak A. Pearlmutter on 2015-03-15
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Original maintainer:
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lisp
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Artful release on 2017-04-20 universe lisp
Zesty release on 2016-10-18 universe lisp
Yakkety release on 2016-04-22 universe lisp
Xenial release on 2015-10-22 universe lisp
Wily release on 2015-05-06 universe lisp

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oaklisp_1.3.6.orig.tar.gz 3.3 MiB 79d28d311cda8671273c4e7740c00c7fc48c49b4d4631addb35e47ae77af1233
oaklisp_1.3.6-2.debian.tar.xz 4.8 KiB cd37386f59e822ade3f2fbbe1f34e4d0278841cc31b13e0bba506e9efab5546e

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Binary packages built by this source

oaklisp: Object-oriented dialect of Scheme

 Oaklisp is a dialect of Scheme that combines lexical scoping with
 first-class types. It uses a byte-coded implementation, but is
 reasonably fast anyway. Complete with bignums, formatted output,
 transparent delays, RnRS compatibility package; all the luxuries
 except floating point and foreign function calls.

oaklisp-dbgsym: debug symbols for package oaklisp

 Oaklisp is a dialect of Scheme that combines lexical scoping with
 first-class types. It uses a byte-coded implementation, but is
 reasonably fast anyway. Complete with bignums, formatted output,
 transparent delays, RnRS compatibility package; all the luxuries
 except floating point and foreign function calls.

oaklisp-doc: Object-oriented dialect of Scheme, documentation

 Documentation for the Oaklisp object-oriented dialect of Scheme.
 Oaklisp is a dialect of Scheme that combines lexical scoping with
 first-class types. It uses a byte-coded implementation, but is
 reasonably fast anyway. Complete with bignums, formatted output,
 transparent delays, RnRS compatibility package; all the luxuries
 except floating point and foreign function calls.