opam 1.1.1-1 source package in Ubuntu

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opam (1.1.1-1) unstable; urgency=low


  * New upstream release.

 -- Mehdi Dogguy <email address hidden>  Sun, 02 Feb 2014 11:13:43 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Debian OCaml Maintainers on 2014-02-02
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Debian OCaml Maintainers
Component:
main
Architectures:
any all
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Trusty release on 2014-02-02 universe misc

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opam_1.1.1-1.dsc 2.2 KiB 4b3034ca858ea4b0882a8c8fea97a740
opam_1.1.1.orig.tar.gz 297.4 KiB 42277a76fef82b777e2b96ad9154ecf8
opam_1.1.1-1.debian.tar.xz 5.7 KiB 7510d5971c8d1587f0a86b1ca8ff8739

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Binary packages built by this source

opam: package manager for OCaml

 OPAM stands for OCaml PAckage Manager. It aims to suit to a vast number
 of users and use cases, and has unique features:
  * Powerful handling of dependencies: versions constraints, optional
    dependencies, conflicts, etc.
  * Multiple repositories backends: HTTP, rsync, git
  * Ease to create packages and repositories
  * Ability to switch between different compiler versions
 .
 Typically, OPAM will probably make your life easier if you recognize
 yourself in at least one of these profiles:
  * You use multiple versions of the OCaml compiler, or you hack the compiler
    yourself and needs to frequently switch between compiler versions.
  * You use or develop software that needs a specific and/or modified version
    of the OCaml compiler to be installed.
  * You use or develop software that depends on a specific version of an OCaml
    library, or you just want to install a specific version of a package, not
    just the latest one.
  * You want to create your own packages yourself, put them on your own
    repository, with minimal effort.

opam-docs: package manager for OCaml (documentation)

 OPAM stands for OCaml PAckage Manager. It aims to suit to a vast number
 of users and use cases, and has unique features:
  * Powerful handling of dependencies: versions constraints, optional
    dependencies, conflicts, etc.
  * Multiple repositories backends: HTTP, rsync, git
  * Ease to create packages and repositories
  * Ability to switch between different compiler versions
 .
 Typically, OPAM will probably make your life easier if you recognize
 yourself in at least one of these profiles:
  * You use multiple versions of the OCaml compiler, or you hack the compiler
    yourself and needs to frequently switch between compiler versions.
  * You use or develop software that needs a specific and/or modified version
    of the OCaml compiler to be installed.
  * You use or develop software that depends on a specific version of an OCaml
    library, or you just want to install a specific version of a package, not
    just the latest one.
  * You want to create your own packages yourself, put them on your own
    repository, with minimal effort.
 .
 This package contains manpages and general documentation about OPAM.