pseudo 1.9.0+git20190515+996bead-2 source package in Ubuntu

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pseudo (1.9.0+git20190515+996bead-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fix an accidental file conflict brining postinst/prerm and manpages
    back to the package pseudo (Closes: #933145).

 -- Andrej Shadura <email address hidden>  Sun, 28 Jul 2019 16:24:03 -0300

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Andrej Shadura on 2019-07-28
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Original maintainer:
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Binary packages built by this source

libpseudo: advanced tool for simulating superuser privileges

 The pseudo utility offers a way to run commands in a virtualized "root"
 environment, allowing ordinary users to run commands which give the
 illusion of creating device nodes, changing file ownership, and otherwise doing
 things necessary for creating distribution packages or filesystems.
 .
 Pseudo has a lot of similarities to fakeroot but is a new implementation
 that improves on the problems seen using fakeroot. Pseudo is now
 extensively used by Poky as a replacement to fakeroot but can also be
 used standalone in many other use cases.
 .
 This package contains the LD_PRELOAD libraries.

libpseudo-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpseudo
pseudo: advanced tool for simulating superuser privileges

 The pseudo utility offers a way to run commands in a virtualized "root"
 environment, allowing ordinary users to run commands which give the
 illusion of creating device nodes, changing file ownership, and otherwise doing
 things necessary for creating distribution packages or filesystems.
 .
 Pseudo has a lot of similarities to fakeroot but is a new implementation
 that improves on the problems seen using fakeroot. Pseudo is now
 extensively used by Poky as a replacement to fakeroot but can also be
 used standalone in many other use cases.

pseudo-dbgsym: debug symbols for pseudo