xmlrpc-c 1.16.33-3.1ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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xmlrpc-c (1.16.33-3.1ubuntu2) precise; urgency=low

  * Rename libxmlrpc-core-c3-0-udeb to libxmlrpc-core-c3-udeb to match the deb
    variant from Debian (LP: #878716).
  * Add Breaks/Replaces to cover binary package reorganisation (LP: #878180).
 -- Robie Basak <email address hidden>   Thu, 20 Oct 2011 15:46:59 +0100

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Robie Basak on 2011-11-12
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libxmlrpc-c++4: lightweight RPC library based on XML and HTTP [C++ runtime libraries]

 XML-RPC is a quick-and-easy way to make procedure calls over the Internet.
 It converts the procedure call into an XML document, sends it to a remote
 server using HTTP, and gets back the response as XML.
 .
 This library provides a modular implementation of XML-RPC for C++.

libxmlrpc-c++4-dev: lightweight RPC library based on XML and HTTP [C++ development libraries]

 XML-RPC is a quick-and-easy way to make procedure calls over the Internet.
 It converts the procedure call into an XML document, sends it to a remote
 server using HTTP, and gets back the response as XML.
 .
 This library provides a modular implementation of XML-RPC for C++.
 .
 Install this package if you wish to develop your own programs using this
 library.

libxmlrpc-c3-dev: lightweight RPC library based on XML and HTTP [transitional package]

 XML-RPC is a quick-and-easy way to make procedure calls over the Internet.
 It converts the procedure call into an XML document, sends it to a remote
 server using HTTP, and gets back the response as XML.
 .
 This is an empty package for transitional purposes, and can be safely
 removed.

libxmlrpc-core-c3: lightweight RPC library based on XML and HTTP [C runtime libraries]

 XML-RPC is a quick-and-easy way to make procedure calls over the Internet.
 It converts the procedure call into an XML document, sends it to a remote
 server using HTTP, and gets back the response as XML.
 .
 This library provides a modular implementation of XML-RPC for C.

libxmlrpc-core-c3-dev: lightweight RPC library based on XML and HTTP [C development libraries]

 XML-RPC is a quick-and-easy way to make procedure calls over the Internet.
 It converts the procedure call into an XML document, sends it to a remote
 server using HTTP, and gets back the response as XML.
 .
 This library provides a modular implementation of XML-RPC for C.
 .
 Install this package if you wish to develop your own programs using this
 library.

libxmlrpc-core-c3-udeb: A lightweight RPC library based on XML and HTTP (core libraries)

 XML-RPC is a quick-and-easy way to make procedure calls over the Internet.
 It converts the procedure call into an XML document, sends it to a remote
 server using HTTP, and gets back the response as XML.
 .
 This library provides a modular implementation of XML-RPC for C and C++.
 .
 This package contains the minimal runtime libraries for the Debian Installer
 (udeb).

xmlrpc-api-utils: Generate C++ wrapper classes for XML-RPC servers

 XML-RPC is a quick-and-easy way to make procedure calls over the Internet.
 It converts the procedure call into an XML document, sends it to a remote
 server using HTTP, and gets back the response as XML.
 .
 This package contains two programs:
  * xml-rpc-api2cpp, a utility for generating C++ wrapper classes based
    on an XML-RPC API, obtained by interrogating an XML-RPC server.
  * xml-rpc-api2txt, a utility for printing out an XML-RPC API as a
    text file. The API is obtained by interrogating an XML-RPC server.