tar 1.30+dfsg-5 source package in Ubuntu


tar (1.30+dfsg-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * change libexecdir in configure to /usr/sbin, closes: #760247, #919493
  * switched to upstream man pages as of 1.29b, closes: #729980, #391060
  * add references to the non-free tar-doc package, and the URL for the
    tar documentation on the FSF's web site to README.Debian, 
    closes: #711726

 -- Bdale Garbee <email address hidden>  Mon, 04 Feb 2019 10:43:28 -0700

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Disco release on 2019-02-05 main utils


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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 tar
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.