pgloader 3.3.1+dfsg-2 source package in Ubuntu

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pgloader (3.3.1+dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add tzdata to build-depends (Closes: #839468)

 -- Christoph Berg <email address hidden>  Thu, 03 Nov 2016 14:32:28 +0100

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Uploaded by:
dim on 2016-11-16
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
dim
Architectures:
any all
Section:
database
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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pgloader_3.3.1+dfsg-2.debian.tar.xz 5.7 KiB 33aec98d38e301e879b3e3ac9fcb5b489fb1a82e2fbcbcecdda71edd2cf58bab

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cl-pgloader: extract, transform and load data into PostgreSQL

 pgloader imports data from different kind of sources and COPY it into
 PostgreSQL.
 .
 The command language is described in the manual page and allows one to
 describe where to find the data source, its format, and to describe data
 processing and transformation.
 .
 Supported source formats include CSV, fixed width flat files, dBase3 files
 (DBF), and SQLite and MySQL databases. In most of those formats, pgloader
 is able to auto-discover the schema and create the tables and the indexes
 in PostgreSQL. In the MySQL case it's possible to edit CASTing rules from
 the pgloader command directly.

pgloader: extract, transform and load data into PostgreSQL

 pgloader imports data from different kind of sources and COPY it into
 PostgreSQL.
 .
 The command language is described in the manual page and allows one to
 describe where to find the data source, its format, and to describe data
 processing and transformation.
 .
 Supported source formats include CSV, fixed width flat files, dBase3 files
 (DBF), and SQLite and MySQL databases. In most of those formats, pgloader
 is able to auto-discover the schema and create the tables and the indexes
 in PostgreSQL. In the MySQL case it's possible to edit CASTing rules from
 the pgloader command directly.