rustc 1.47.0+dfsg1+llvm-1ubuntu1~20.10.1 source package in Ubuntu

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rustc (1.47.0+dfsg1+llvm-1ubuntu1~20.10.1) groovy; urgency=medium

  * Backport to Groovy. (LP: #1901571)
  * Build with clang on armhf to avoid crashes building LLVM
    - updates debian/control
    - updates debian/rules

 -- Michael Hudson-Doyle <email address hidden>  Wed, 09 Dec 2020 11:02:19 +1300

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libstd-rust-1.47: Rust standard libraries

 Rust is a curly-brace, block-structured expression language. It
 visually resembles the C language family, but differs significantly
 in syntactic and semantic details. Its design is oriented toward
 concerns of "programming in the large", that is, of creating and
 maintaining boundaries - both abstract and operational - that
 preserve large-system integrity, availability and concurrency.
 .
 It supports a mixture of imperative procedural, concurrent actor,
 object-oriented and pure functional styles. Rust also supports
 generic programming and meta-programming, in both static and dynamic
 styles.
 .
 This package contains the standard Rust libraries, built as dylibs,
 needed to run dynamically-linked Rust programs (-C prefer-dynamic).

libstd-rust-1.47-dbgsym: debug symbols for libstd-rust-1.47
libstd-rust-dev: Rust standard libraries - development files

 Rust is a curly-brace, block-structured expression language. It
 visually resembles the C language family, but differs significantly
 in syntactic and semantic details. Its design is oriented toward
 concerns of "programming in the large", that is, of creating and
 maintaining boundaries - both abstract and operational - that
 preserve large-system integrity, availability and concurrency.
 .
 It supports a mixture of imperative procedural, concurrent actor,
 object-oriented and pure functional styles. Rust also supports
 generic programming and meta-programming, in both static and dynamic
 styles.
 .
 This package contains development files for the standard Rust libraries,
 needed to compile Rust programs. It may also be installed on a system
 of another host architecture, for cross-compiling to this architecture.

rust-doc: Rust systems programming language - Documentation

 Rust is a curly-brace, block-structured expression language. It
 visually resembles the C language family, but differs significantly
 in syntactic and semantic details. Its design is oriented toward
 concerns of "programming in the large", that is, of creating and
 maintaining boundaries - both abstract and operational - that
 preserve large-system integrity, availability and concurrency.
 .
 It supports a mixture of imperative procedural, concurrent actor,
 object-oriented and pure functional styles. Rust also supports
 generic programming and meta-programming, in both static and dynamic
 styles.
 .
 This package contains the Rust tutorial, language reference and
 standard library documentation.

rust-gdb: Rust debugger (gdb)

 Rust is a curly-brace, block-structured expression language. It
 visually resembles the C language family, but differs significantly
 in syntactic and semantic details. Its design is oriented toward
 concerns of "programming in the large", that is, of creating and
 maintaining boundaries - both abstract and operational - that
 preserve large-system integrity, availability and concurrency.
 .
 It supports a mixture of imperative procedural, concurrent actor,
 object-oriented and pure functional styles. Rust also supports
 generic programming and meta-programming, in both static and dynamic
 styles.
 .
 This package contains pretty printers and a wrapper script for
 invoking gdb on rust binaries.

rust-lldb: Rust debugger (lldb)

 Rust is a curly-brace, block-structured expression language. It
 visually resembles the C language family, but differs significantly
 in syntactic and semantic details. Its design is oriented toward
 concerns of "programming in the large", that is, of creating and
 maintaining boundaries - both abstract and operational - that
 preserve large-system integrity, availability and concurrency.
 .
 It supports a mixture of imperative procedural, concurrent actor,
 object-oriented and pure functional styles. Rust also supports
 generic programming and meta-programming, in both static and dynamic
 styles.
 .
 This package contains pretty printers and a wrapper script for
 invoking lldb on rust binaries.

rust-src: Rust systems programming language - source code

 Rust is a curly-brace, block-structured expression language. It
 visually resembles the C language family, but differs significantly
 in syntactic and semantic details. Its design is oriented toward
 concerns of "programming in the large", that is, of creating and
 maintaining boundaries - both abstract and operational - that
 preserve large-system integrity, availability and concurrency.
 .
 It supports a mixture of imperative procedural, concurrent actor,
 object-oriented and pure functional styles. Rust also supports
 generic programming and meta-programming, in both static and dynamic
 styles.
 .
 This package contains sources of the Rust compiler and standard
 libraries, useful for IDEs and code analysis tools such as Racer.

rustc: Rust systems programming language

 Rust is a curly-brace, block-structured expression language. It
 visually resembles the C language family, but differs significantly
 in syntactic and semantic details. Its design is oriented toward
 concerns of "programming in the large", that is, of creating and
 maintaining boundaries - both abstract and operational - that
 preserve large-system integrity, availability and concurrency.
 .
 It supports a mixture of imperative procedural, concurrent actor,
 object-oriented and pure functional styles. Rust also supports
 generic programming and meta-programming, in both static and dynamic
 styles.

rustc-dbgsym: debug symbols for rustc