pcre-ocaml 7.0.4-1 source package in Ubuntu

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pcre-ocaml (7.0.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium


  * New upstream release
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.5

 -- St├ęphane Glondu <email address hidden>  Mon, 27 Jan 2014 10:24:50 +0100

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Debian OCaml Maintainers on 2014-01-27
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Urgency:
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Wily release on 2015-05-04 universe devel
Vivid release on 2014-10-23 universe devel
Utopic release on 2014-04-23 universe devel
Trusty release on 2014-01-27 universe devel

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Binary packages built by this source

libpcre-ocaml: OCaml bindings for PCRE (runtime)

 This OCaml-library interfaces the PCRE (Perl-compatibility
 regular expressions) C library. it can be used for matching
 regular expressions which are written in Perl style.
 .
 Compared with the OCaml standard library "Str" module, this
 library:
  * uses Perl style rather than Emacs one
  * is reentrant and thus thread safe
  * is faster (when compiled to native code is even faster than
    Perl regular expressions)
  * returns data on which you can safely use destructive updates
  * gives more "programming comfort" through a better API
 .
 This package contains only the shared runtime stub libraries.

libpcre-ocaml-dev: OCaml bindings for PCRE (Perl Compatible Regular Expression)

 This OCaml-library interfaces the PCRE (Perl-compatibility
 regular expressions) C library. it can be used for matching
 regular expressions which are written in Perl style.
 .
 Compared with the OCaml standard library "Str" module, this
 library:
  * uses Perl style rather than Emacs one
  * is reentrant and thus thread safe
  * is faster (when compiled to native code is even faster than
    Perl regular expressions)
  * returns data on which you can safely use destructive updates
  * gives more "programming comfort" through a better API
 .
 This package contains all the development stuff you need to use
 OCaml PCRE in your programs.