tar 1.28-2.1 source package in Ubuntu

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tar (1.28-2.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  [ Gianfranco Costamagna ]
  * Disable silent rules, to have more verbose builds.
  * Fix missing MAKEFLAGS in $(MAKE) call, preventing parallel builds.

  [ Marc Deslauriers ]
  * debian/patches/use-sort-in-t-dir-tests.diff: upstream patch to fix
    test sort order (Closes: #803012)

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Wed, 04 Nov 2015 10:04:22 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Bdale Garbee on 2015-11-09
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Bdale Garbee
Architectures:
any
Section:
utils
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Xenial release on 2015-11-11 main utils

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tar_1.28.orig.tar.xz 1.7 MiB 6da98f52fc469754dbde475c861581036ff2c83a1ef4f7250292935139f587d9
tar_1.28-2.1.debian.tar.xz 35.4 KiB 54e44ae756a7b7e0ca501dba5169f04a1b517be96ec92cea0176fbcc9d10555e

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Binary packages built by this source

tar: GNU version of the tar archiving utility

 Tar is a program for packaging a set of files as a single archive in tar
 format. The function it performs is conceptually similar to cpio, and to
 things like PKZIP in the DOS world. It is heavily used by the Debian package
 management system, and is useful for performing system backups and exchanging
 sets of files with others.

tar-dbgsym: debug symbols for package tar

 Tar is a program for packaging a set of files as a single archive in tar
 format. The function it performs is conceptually similar to cpio, and to
 things like PKZIP in the DOS world. It is heavily used by the Debian package
 management system, and is useful for performing system backups and exchanging
 sets of files with others.

tar-scripts: optional scripts for GNU version of the tar archiving utility

 This package provides the backup, restore, backup.sh, and dump-remind
 scripts that are mentioned in the tar documentation.