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dose3_2.9.13-1_amd64.changes is NEW

  to main/d/dose3/apt-cudf_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb
(new) dose-builddebcheck_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb extra devel
Checks whether build-dependencies can be satisfied
 This software checks, given a collection of source package stanzas
 and a collection of binary package stanzas of debian packages, whether
 the build-dependencies of each source package can be satisfied by the
 binary packages.
(new) dose-distcheck_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb extra devel
Checks whether dependencies of packages can be satisfied
 This software checks for every package of a distribution whether it
 is possible to satisfy its dependencies and conflicts within this
 distribution. It comes in several versions:
  - dose-debcheck for Debian packages
  - dose-rpmcheck for rpm packages
  - dose-eclipsecheck for OSGi plugins
(new) dose-extra_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb extra devel
Extra QA tools from the Dose3-library
 This package contains extra tools for analyzing meta-data of software
  - ceve, a general metadata parser supporting different input formats
    (debian, rpm, and others) and different output formats.
  - dose-outdated, a debian-specific tool for finding packages that are not
    installable with respect to a package repository, and that can only be
    made installable again by fixing the package itself.
  - dose-challenged, a debian-specific tool for checking which packages
    will certianly become uninstallable when some existing package is upgraded
    to a newer version.
 The tools dose-distcheck and dose-builddebcheck are packaged in their
 own resepective packages.
  to main/d/dose3/dose3_2.9.13-1.debian.tar.gz
  to main/d/dose3/dose3_2.9.13-1.dsc
  to main/d/dose3/dose3_2.9.13.orig.tar.gz
  to main/d/dose3/libdose3-ocaml-dev_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb
  to main/d/dose3/libdose3-ocaml_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb
Changes: dose3 (2.9.13-1) experimental; urgency=low
  * New upstream release - now almost ready for sid!
  * The ceve package has disappeared, we have instead now a new package
    dose-extra that contains all tools that do not deserve their own
    package (for the moment: ceve, outdated, challenged).
  * Packages for distcheck and builddebcheck have prefix dose- now.
    Binaries (except ceve and apt-cudf) also have prefix dose.
  * debian/rules:
    - configuration option --with-rpm has become --with-rpm4
    - upstream has fixed installation of algo.a, we can now remove our own
      hack in override_auto_install.
  * debian/control:
    - The apt-cudf package now depends first on aspcud before the virtual
      package cudf-solver
    - add ${shlibs:Depends} to dependencies of libdose3-ocaml-dev
    - Bump build-dependency on cudf to 0.6.2
    - Added build-dependency on perl needed for building the manpages
      using pod2man, and on graphviz which is needed to build the
      dependency graph of modules in the documentation.
  * generate documentation with ocamldoc (make doc) and install it in the
    libdose3-ocaml-dev package. Add an doc-base entry for the documentation.
  * debian/copyright: update (files common/url.ml, deb/version.ml)

Override entries for your package:
apt-cudf_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb - extra admin
dose3_2.9.13-1.dsc - source ocaml
libdose3-ocaml-dev_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb - extra ocaml
libdose3-ocaml_2.9.13-1_amd64.deb - extra ocaml

Announcing to debian-experimental-changes@lists.debian.org
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Your package contains new components which requires manual editing of
the override file.  It is ok otherwise, so please be patient.  New
packages are usually added to the override file about once a week.

You may have gotten the distribution wrong.  You'll get warnings above
if files already exist in other distributions.

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