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Source: libscout
Section: devel
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Android Tools Maintainers <android-tools-devel@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Uploaders: Kai-Chung Yan <seamlikok@gmail.com>,
           Hans-Christoph Steiner <hans@eds.org>,
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 10~),
               default-jdk-headless (>= 2:1.7) | default-jdk (>= 2:1.7),
               gradle-debian-helper,
               javahelper,
               libandroid-23-java,
               libantlr4-runtime-java,
               libcava-java,
               libcommons-cli-java (>= 1.2),
               libcommons-io-java (>= 2.6),
               libgoogle-gson-java (>= 2.8.0),
               libguava-java,
               liblogback-java,
               libsemver-java,
               libslf4j-java,
               libwala-java (>= 1.5.1),
               unzip
Standards-Version: 4.1.3
Vcs-Browser: https://salsa.debian.org/android-tools-team/libscout
Vcs-Git: https://salsa.debian.org/android-tools-team/libscout.git
Homepage: https://github.com/reddr/LibScout

Package: libscout
Architecture: all
Depends: ${java:Depends},
         libandroid-23-java,
         libcava-java,
         libcommons-cli-java (>= 1.2),
         libcommons-io-java (>= 2.6),
         libgoogle-gson-java (>= 2.8.0),
         libguava-java,
         liblogback-java,
         libsemver-java,
         libslf4j-java,
         libwala-java (>= 1.5.1),
         ${misc:Depends}
Recommends: ${java:Recommends}
Description: Third-party libraries detector for Android apps
 LibScout is a light-weight and effective static analysis tool to detect
 third-party libraries in Android apps. The detection is resilient against
 common bytecode obfuscation techniques such as identifier renaming or
 code-based obfuscations such as reflection-based API hiding or control-flow
 randomization.
 .
 LibScout requires the original library SDKs (compiled .jar/.aar files) to
 extract library profiles that can be used for detection on Android apps.
 .
 Unique features:
 .
   * Library detection resilient against many kinds of bytecode obfuscation.
   * Capability of pinpointing the exact library version (in some cases to a set
     of 2-3 candidate versions).
   * Capability of handling dead-code elimination, by computing a similarity
     score against baseline SDKs.