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Source: weresync
Section: admin
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Python Applications Packaging Team <python-apps-team@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Uploaders: Daniel Manila <daniel.develop@manilas.net>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 10),
               dh-python,
               python3-alabaster,
               python3-all,
               python3-docutils,
               python3-parse,
               python3-pytest,
               python3-setuptools,
               python3-sphinx,
               python3-yapsy
Standards-Version: 4.0.0
Testsuite: autopkgtest
Homepage: https://github.com/DonyorM/weresync
X-Python3-Version: >= 3.4
Vcs-Svn: svn://anonscm.debian.org/python-apps/packages/weresync/trunk/
Vcs-Browser: https://anonscm.debian.org/viewvc/python-apps/packages/weresync/trunk/

Package: weresync
Architecture: all
Depends: python3-gi, ${misc:Depends}, ${python3:Depends}
Suggests: weresync-doc
Description: incrementally clones running drives
 This package allows you to clone your drive to a target drive. It clones the
 drive incrementally, so after the first clone it will take a much shorter time.
 It provides both the "weresync" and "weresync-gui" commands, in order to run
 the program.
 .
 Why use WereSync?
 .
 WereSync is accessible to less-technical users. It comes with a simple
 interface and clone a drive with a single command while your computer is
 running. No booting to a live disk or pushing through a long initiation
 process. Unlike dd or CloneZilla, WereSync requires a low level of technical
 skill and has an easy learning curve
 .
 WereSync can run while the your main drive is being used, instead of blocking
 your computer up for hours at a time
 .
 WereSync will incrementally update clones, making subsequent clones much
 faster.
 .
 WereSync works quickly, a single command copies your entire drive, no booting
 to live CDs or managing MBRs.
 .
 WereSync can copy to a smaller drive, provided your drive's data will fit.
 .
 WereSync creates new UUIDs for the new partitions, allowing you to use the
 old and new drives alongside each other.

Package: weresync-doc
Architecture: all
Section: doc
Depends: ${misc:Depends}, ${sphinxdoc:Depends}
Description: incrementally clones running drives (documentation package)
 This package allows you to clone your drive to a target drive. It clones the
 drive incrementally, so after the first clone it will take a much shorter time.
 It provides both the "weresync" and "weresync-gui" commands, in order to run
 the program.
 .
 Why use WereSync?
 .
 WereSync is accessible to less-technical users. It comes with a simple
 interface and clone a drive with a single command while your computer is
 running. No booting to a live disk or pushing through a long initiation
 process. Unlike dd or CloneZilla, WereSync requires a low level of technical
 skill and has an easy learning curve
 .
 WereSync can run while the your main drive is being used, instead of blocking
 your computer up for hours at a time
 .
 WereSync will incrementally update clones, making subsequent clones much
 faster.
 .
 WereSync works quickly, a single command copies your entire drive, no booting
 to live CDs or managing MBRs.
 .
 WereSync can copy to a smaller drive, provided your drive's data will fit.
 .
 WereSync creates new UUIDs for the new partitions, allowing you to use the
 old and new drives alongside each other.
 .
 This is the documentation package.