uni2ascii 4.18-2 source package in Ubuntu


uni2ascii (4.18-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Check for partially-matched sscanf() patterns and consume an appropriate
    number of characters. Thanks to Benjamin Kaduk <email address hidden> for patch.
    (Closes: #633704)
  * debian/rules:
    + Added missing recommended targets
  * debian/copyright:
    + Updated to latest DEP-5 specification
    + Added license text for debian/* files

 -- Kartik Mistry <email address hidden>  Wed, 14 Sep 2011 22:56:54 +0530

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uni2ascii_4.18-2.dsc 1.0 KiB a87e39411abfe2da0ee8cd3b00f8e7770356f777dd3fb677277e75e88f0c0f6e
uni2ascii_4.18.orig.tar.gz 156.4 KiB 9e24bb6eb2ced0a2945e2dabed5e20c419229a8bf9281c3127fa5993bfa5930e
uni2ascii_4.18-2.debian.tar.gz 5.6 KiB 768f60885642c63cd116b6085e704356f9ed9473f17b1898fc4cedbd85d24596

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uni2ascii: UTF-8 to 7-bit ASCII and vice versa converter

 This package provides conversion in both directions between UTF-8 Unicode and
 a variety of 7-bit ASCII equivalents, including HTML numeric character
 references, various escapes and hexadecimal. Such ASCII equivalents are useful
 when including Unicode text in program source, when debugging, and when
 entering text into web programs that can handle the Unicode character set but
 are not 8-bit safe.

uni2ascii-dbgsym: debug symbols for uni2ascii