ppx-custom-printf 0.14.0-1build4 source package in Ubuntu

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ppx-custom-printf (0.14.0-1build4) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for current ocaml ABIs

 -- Steve Langasek <email address hidden>  Thu, 09 Dec 2021 02:19:08 +0000

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Steve Langasek
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libppx-custom-printf-ocaml: printf-style format-strings for user-defined string conversion (runtime)

 ppx_custom_printf is a ppx rewriter that allows the use of
 user-defined string conversion functions in format strings (that is,
 strings passed to printf, sprintf, etc.).
 .
 No new syntax is introduced. Instead a previously ill-typed use of
 the ! operator is re-purposed.
 .
 This package contains runtime files.

libppx-custom-printf-ocaml-dbgsym: debug symbols for libppx-custom-printf-ocaml
libppx-custom-printf-ocaml-dev: printf-style format-strings for user-defined string conversion (dev)

 ppx_custom_printf is a ppx rewriter that allows the use of
 user-defined string conversion functions in format strings (that is,
 strings passed to printf, sprintf, etc.).
 .
 No new syntax is introduced. Instead a previously ill-typed use of
 the ! operator is re-purposed.
 .
 This package contains development files.

libppx-custom-printf-ocaml-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for libppx-custom-printf-ocaml-dev