wabt 1.0.11-1 source package in Ubuntu

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wabt (1.0.11-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 1.0.11.
  * Declare compliance with Debian Policy 4.4.0.
  * Switch to debhelper-compat = 12.
  * Install the complete wasm2c directory as examples to ease further
    development. (Closes: #932007)

 -- Markus Koschany <email address hidden>  Sun, 14 Jul 2019 21:50:11 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Markus Koschany on 2019-07-15
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Original maintainer:
Markus Koschany
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

wabt: WebAssembly Binary Toolkit

 WABT (pronounced: "wabbit") is a suite of tools for WebAssembly, including:
 .
  * wat2wasm: translate from WebAssembly text format to the WebAssembly binary
    format
  * wasm2wat: the inverse of wat2wasm, translate from the binary format back
    to the text format (also known as a .wat)
  * wasm-objdump: print information about a wasm binary. Similar to objdump.
  * wasm-interp: decode and run a WebAssembly binary file using a stack-based
    interpreter
  * wat-desugar: parse .wat text form as supported by the spec interpreter
    (s-expressions, flat syntax, or mixed) and print "canonical" flat format
  * wasm2c: convert a WebAssembly binary file to a C source and header
 .
 These tools are intended for use in (or for development of) toolchains or
 other systems that want to manipulate WebAssembly files. Unlike the
 WebAssembly spec interpreter (which is written to be as simple, declarative
 and "speccy" as possible), they are written in C/C++ and designed for easier
 integration into other systems. Unlike Binaryen these tools do not aim to
 provide an optimization platform or a higher-level compiler target; instead
 they aim for full fidelity and compliance with the spec (e.g. 1:1 round-trips
 with no changes to instructions).

wabt-dbgsym: debug symbols for wabt