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Source: bitz-server
Section: net
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Jörg Frings-Fürst <debian@jff.email>
Uploaders: Uditha Atukorala <ua@nuked.zone>
Build-Depends:
 debhelper (>= 11),
 dh-python,
 libconfig++-dev,
 libspdlog-dev,
 libpsocksxx-dev,
 python-dev,
 libpython-dev
Build-Depends-Indep:
 doxygen
Standards-Version: 4.3.0.1
Homepage: https://github.com/uditha-atukorala/bitz-server
Vcs-Git: git://jff.email/opt/git/bitz-server.git
Vcs-Browser: https://jff.email/cgit/bitz-server.git/

Package: bitz-server
Architecture: any
Depends:
 ${shlibs:Depends},
 ${misc:Depends},
 lsb-base (>= 3.0-6)
Description: ICAP server (RFC 3507) implementation in C++
 The main goal of this project is to create an ICAP server (RFC 3507)
 implementation in C++ to use the power of object oriented programming.
 .
 Starting from scratch, the server is developed with a modular architecture
 in mind. The server core (written in C++) will handle the client requests,
 manage workers (child processes) etc. and will provide basic handlers to serve
 ICAP requests.
 .
 To extend this core functionality the idea is to have pluggable modules
 (like Apache server modules). These modules will provide features like
 content filtering, anti-virus scanning etc. and to make it easier to write
 (and faster to implement) such modules there is hope to exploit Python
 programming language.

Package: bitz-server-doc
Architecture: all
Section: doc
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Description: ICAP server (RFC 3507) implementation in C++ (Documentation)
 The main goal of this project is to create an ICAP server (RFC 3507)
 implementation in C++ to use the power of object oriented programming.
 .
 Starting from scratch, the server is developed with a modular architecture
 in mind. The server core (written in C++) will handle the client requests,
 manage workers (child processes) etc. and will provide basic handlers to serve
 ICAP requests.
 .
 To extend this core functionality the idea is to have pluggable modules
 (like Apache server modules). These modules will provide features like
 content filtering, anti-virus scanning etc. and to make it easier to write
 (and faster to implement) such modules there is hope to exploit Python
 programming language.
 .
 This package holds the documentation.

Package: libicap-dev
Section: libdevel
Architecture: any
Multi-Arch: same
Depends:
 libicap1 (= ${binary:Version}),
 ${misc:Depends}
Suggests: bitz-server-doc
Description: ICAP server (RFC 3507) implementation in C++ (development files)
 The main goal of this project is to create an ICAP server (RFC 3507)
 implementation in C++ to use the power of object oriented programming.
 .
 Starting from scratch, the server is developed with a modular architecture
 in mind. The server core (written in C++) will handle the client requests,
 manage workers (child processes) etc. and will provide basic handlers to serve
 ICAP requests.
 .
 To extend this core functionality the idea is to have pluggable modules
 (like Apache server modules). These modules will provide features like
 content filtering, anti-virus scanning etc. and to make it easier to write
 (and faster to implement) such modules there is hope to exploit Python
 programming language.
 .
 This package holds the development files.

Package: libicap1
Section: libs
Architecture: any
Multi-Arch: same
Depends:
 ${shlibs:Depends},
 ${misc:Depends}
Pre-Depends:
 ${misc:Pre-Depends}
Description: ICAP server (RFC 3507) implementation in C++ (library files)
 The main goal of this project is to create an ICAP server (RFC 3507)
 implementation in C++ to use the power of object oriented programming.
 .
 Starting from scratch, the server is developed with a modular architecture
 in mind. The server core (written in C++) will handle the client requests,
 manage workers (child processes) etc. and will provide basic handlers to serve
 ICAP requests.
 .
 To extend this core functionality the idea is to have pluggable modules
 (like Apache server modules). These modules will provide features like
 content filtering, anti-virus scanning etc. and to make it easier to write
 (and faster to implement) such modules there is hope to exploit Python
 programming language.
 .
 This package holds the library files.