setop 0.1-1build13 source package in Ubuntu


setop (0.1-1build13) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild against libboost-regex1.74.0-icu70.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Thu, 10 Feb 2022 16:03:29 +0100

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setop_0.1-1build13.debian.tar.xz 2.2 KiB 119bc92da91a5d82160c64f39b36a2aa3c65629e6d78c1cb0a9478b3bd8dacf9
setop_0.1-1build13.dsc 2.0 KiB 013d630918cea83b7e7cd5c6d89a9f41ad945c32f406f25f912fe11490566b7d

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setop: apply set operations like intersection to text inputs

 setop is a simple console utility for handling multiple inputs from files or
 other streams as mathematical sets. That is you can apply typical set
 operations like union, intersection, or set difference and print a resulting
 set (sorted and with unique string elements) to standard output or you can give
 answer to special queries like number of elements.
 Besides the default line-based parsing there are several options for choosing
 input sets and identifying set elements, and there are also several options for
 the type of output, e. g. it is possible to check for set equality or to check
 if one set is a subset of another.

setop-dbgsym: debug symbols for setop