libdb4o8.0-cil_8.0.184.15484+dfsg2-3_all.deb


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Description

libdb4o8.0-cil - native OODBMS for CLI

Distribution: Debian Sid
Repository: Debian Main amd64
Package name: libdb4o8.0-cil
Package version: 8.0.184.15484+dfsg2
Package release: 3
Package architecture: all
Package type: deb
Installed size: 1.71 KB
Download size: 440.54 KB
Official Mirror: ftp.br.debian.org
Description: unavailable.

Alternatives

Conflicts

  • libdb4o6.0-cil
  • libdb4o6.1-cil

Replaces

  • libdb4o6.0-cil
  • libdb4o6.1-cil

    Download

    Source package: db4o

    Install Howto

    1. Update the package index:
      # sudo apt-get update
    2. Install libdb4o8.0-cil deb package:
      # sudo apt-get install libdb4o8.0-cil

    Changelog

    2016-01-03 - Jo Shields <directhex@apebox.org> db4o (8.0.184.15484+dfsg2-3) unstable; urgency=medium * [b2785c3] Build against 4.5 framework (Closes: #809564)

    2015-11-10 - Jo Shields <directhex@apebox.org> db4o (8.0.184.15484+dfsg2-2) unstable; urgency=medium * No-change rebuild to avoid bug 804600 (Closes: #804311)

    2015-11-05 - Jo Shields <jo.shields@xamarin.com> db4o (8.0.184.15484+dfsg2-1) unstable; urgency=medium * [826a9b2] Delete libdb4o-doc package, since it uses minified JS and life's too short to chase around looking for matching versions of un-minified JS in the archive (Closes: #515933) * [337a5bf] Fix package descriptions (Closes: #720344) * [394fd18] Imported Upstream version 8.0.184.15484+dfsg2 (Closes: #735767) * [53334dc] Ignore changes to autogenerated files

    2012-01-20 - Jo Shields <directhex@apebox.org> db4o (8.0.184.15484+dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=low [ Iain Lane ] * [7269e42] Don't use deprecated cli.make

    2011-08-16 - Jo Shields <directhex@apebox.org> db4o (8.0.184.15484+dfsg-1) experimental; urgency=low * [12bbf33] Imported Upstream version 8.0.184.15484+dfsg * [38f1873] Remove all obsolete patches. * [bd2d9b2] The bundled Cecil with Db4o upstream doesn't quite match what we ship in Debian. Add a couple of copy-paste methods to an interface implementation, to match the current specification. * [a635faa] In many cases, making the test harness assemblies shipped with a library work is harder work than the library itself - so strip all the test projects from the main Solution file. * [188d11c] Port the Db4oTool options parsing code from the dead Mono.GetOptions library to the rather less dead Mono.Options library. This is largely based on a patch by Carlos Martín Nieto <carlos@cmartin.tk>. * [dc252e1] The new ABI version is 8.0, so update various packaging files accordingly. * [5649714] Switch from standalone Quilt to DebSrc 3.0 (Quilt) * [d035609] Bump Standards version to 3.9.2 (no changes). * [a543d2c] Split db4otool into its own package - it causes problems for our packaging policy to have an unversioned file like /usr/bin/db4otool in a versioned library package like libdb4o8.0-cil. * [61682b0] Get rid of Makefile-mangling shell scripts, since we use xbuild now. * [4a8a48a] Convert build system to a pure xbuild setup, and refresh install files to use the xbuild build locations. * [6c41c74] This is a 4.0-only build, so use 4.0-only build-depends. * [810c928] Add more fixed to build-depends for building on 4.0. * [6e67796] Xbuild seems to like picking up on Cecil from Mono's private path, so hint it the location of our system Cecil. * [e73beb4] Refresh Mono.Options patch due to changes in the related csproj file. * [aa0a90d] Don't try to put files outside $(CURDIR) in debian/install. Instead, copy them to a local folder and use that. * [3ba6c3c] Move various manual hacks from install to build rule, where they belong. * [8e3de09] Move db4otool script into its own folder - you cannot have a file in debian/ with the same name as a package.

    2010-07-25 - Jo Shields <directhex@apebox.org> db4o (7.4.121.14026+dfsg-3) unstable; urgency=low * debian/db4o.pc, debian/control: + Actually, DON'T add a Requires for mono-cecil. * debian/libdb4o7.4-cil.install: + Copy Mono.Cecil to each of the four /usr/lib/cli output directories, since it's a private lib and they all reference it.

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