libfile-homedir-perl 1.00-1 source package in Ubuntu


libfile-homedir-perl (1.00-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ gregor herrmann ]
  * debian/control: update {versioned,alternative} (build) dependencies.

  [ Salvatore Bonaccorso ]
  * Imported Upstream version 1.00
  * Update debian/copyright file.
    Update format to copyright-format 1.0 as released together with Debian
    policy 3.9.3.
    Update copyright years for bundled copy of Module::Install.
  * Drop explicit Depends on perl covered by ${perl:Depends}
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.4
  * Change Vcs-Git to canonical URI (git://
  * Change based URIs to based URIs

  [ Damyan Ivanov ]
  * add patch adding missing '=encoding UTF-8' to POD, fixing pod2man errors
  * claim conformance with Policy 3.9.5

 -- Damyan Ivanov <email address hidden>  Tue, 05 Nov 2013 19:52:01 +0200

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Xenial release main perl
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Trusty: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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libfile-homedir-perl_1.00-1.dsc 2.1 KiB f4c9215d947cdf450c062428adfc1d28d9de24adc30a0c04618691d64fdeb2cd
libfile-homedir-perl_1.00.orig.tar.gz 50.1 KiB 85b94f3513093ec0a25b91f9f2571918519ae6f2b7a1e8546f8f78d09a877143
libfile-homedir-perl_1.00-1.debian.tar.gz 3.5 KiB e951e1723cb6c1080da43bbb0a6eb27c7766c1db345b6e9ddc094c6266af9f5f

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libfile-homedir-perl: Perl module for finding user directories across platforms

 File::HomeDir is a module for locating the directories that are "owned" by a
 user (typicaly your user) and to solve the various issues that arise trying to
 find them consistently across a wide variety of platforms.
 The end result is a single API that can find your resources on any platform,
 making it relatively trivial to create Perl software that works elegantly and
 correctly no matter where you run it.