Binary package “debian-goodies” in ubuntu cosmic

Small toolbox-style utilities for Debian systems

 These programs are designed to integrate with standard shell tools,
 extending them to operate on the Debian packaging system.
 .
  dglob - Generate a list of package names which match a pattern
           [dctrl-tools, apt*, apt-file*, perl*]
  dgrep - Search all files in specified packages for a regex
           [dctrl-tools, apt-file (both via dglob)]
 .
 These are also included, because they are useful and don't justify
 their own packages:
 .
  check-enhancements
             - find packages which enhance installed packages [apt,
                dctrl-tools]
  checkrestart
             - Help to find and restart processes which are using old versions
               of upgraded files (such as libraries) [python3, procps, lsof*]
  debget - Fetch a .deb for a package in APT's database [apt]
  debman - Easily view man pages from a binary .deb without extracting
               [man, apt* (via debget)]
  debmany - Select manpages of installed or uninstalled packages [man |
               sensible-utils, whiptail | dialog | zenity, apt*, konqueror*,
               libgnome2-bin*, xdg-utils*]
  dhomepage - Open homepage of a package in a web browser [dctrl-tools,
               sensible-utils*, www-browser* | x-www-browser*]
  dman - Fetch manpages from online manpages.debian.org service [curl,
               man, lsb-release*]
  dpigs - Show which installed packages occupy the most space
               [dctrl-tools]
  find-dbgsym-packages
             - Get list of dbgsym packages from core dump or PID [dctrl-tools,
               elfutils, libipc-system-simple-perl]
  popbugs - Display a customized release-critical bug list based on
               packages you use (using popularity-contest data) [python3,
               popularity-contest]
  which-pkg-broke
             - find which package might have broken another [python3, apt]
  which-pkg-broke-build
             - find which package might have broken the build of another
               [python3 (via which-pkg-broke), apt]
 .
 Package name in brackets denote (non-essential) dependencies of the
 scripts. Packages names with an asterisk ("*") denote optional
 dependencies, all other are hard dependencies.
 .
 Hard dependencies of single tools are listed in the Recommends field
 of the package and optional dependencies of single tools in the
 Suggests field -- as common with many "collection" style Debian
 packages.