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soprano_2.0.97~svn790369-2_amd64.changes is NEW

  to pool/main/s/soprano/libsoprano-dbg_2.0.97~svn790369-2_amd64.deb
  to pool/main/s/soprano/libsoprano-dev_2.0.97~svn790369-2_amd64.deb
(new) libsoprano-doc_2.0.97~svn790369-2_all.deb extra doc
developer documentation for the Soprano RDF framework
 Soprano is a pluggable RDF storage, parsing, and serialization framework based
 on Qt 4.  Soprano is targeted at desktop applications that need to store RDF
 data.  Its API has been optimized for simplicity and ease of use, while its
 modular structure allows it to use various different RDF storage
 implementations as its backend.
 This package contains documentation for software developers using the Soprano
 RDF framework.
  to pool/main/s/soprano/libsoprano4_2.0.97~svn790369-2_amd64.deb
  to pool/main/s/soprano/soprano_2.0.97~svn790369-2.diff.gz
  to pool/main/s/soprano/soprano_2.0.97~svn790369-2.dsc
Changes: soprano (2.0.97~svn790369-2) experimental; urgency=low
  +++ Changes by Matthew Rosewarne:
  * Remove 02_hack_away_sesame_and_non-free_stuff.diff and prune-nonfree,
    since Sesame2 is compliant with the DFSG.
  * Update watch file to handle problems with the SourceForge redirector.
  * Create libsoprano-doc package.
  * Added doxygen and graphviz to Build-Depends.
  * Increase minimum libqt4-dev Build-Depends version to 4.4.0~rc1.

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