[Pkg-e-devel] embryo_1.0.0~beta-1_amd64.changes is NEW

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  to main/e/embryo/embryo_1.0.0~beta-1.debian.tar.gz
  to main/e/embryo/embryo_1.0.0~beta-1.dsc
  to main/e/embryo/embryo_1.0.0~beta.orig.tar.gz
  to main/e/embryo/libembryo-bin_1.0.0~beta-1_amd64.deb
  to main/e/embryo/libembryo-dbg_1.0.0~beta-1_amd64.deb
  to main/e/embryo/libembryo-dev_1.0.0~beta-1_amd64.deb
  to main/e/embryo/libembryo-doc_1.0.0~beta-1_all.deb
(new) libembryo1_1.0.0~beta-1_amd64.deb optional libs
SMALL-based abstract machine (AMX) bytecode interpreter
 Embryo is primarily a shared library that gives you an API to load
 and control interpreted programs compiled into an abstract machine
 bytecode that it understands.  This abstract (or virtual) machine is
 similar to a real machine with a CPU, but it is emulated in
 software.  The architecture is simple and is the same as the
 abstract machine (AMX) in the SMALL language as it is based on
 exactly the same code. Embryo has modified the code for the AMX
 extensively and has made it smaller and more portable.  It is VERY
 small.  The total size of the virtual machine code AND header files
 is less than 2500 lines of code.  It includes the floating point
 library support by default as well.  This makes it one of the
 smallest interpreters around, and thus makes is very efficient to
 use in code.
 See also http://www.compuphase.com/small.htm for details on SMALL.
Changes: embryo (1.0.0~beta-1) experimental; urgency=low
  * First upstream beta release
  * debian/watch: watch the release directory instead of the snapshots
  * Bump Standards-Version, no change required
  * Drop patches, no longer needed
  * Update symbols file
  * Debian release 1.0.0~beta-1

Override entries for your package:
embryo_1.0.0~beta-1.dsc - source libs
libembryo-bin_1.0.0~beta-1_amd64.deb - optional devel
libembryo-dbg_1.0.0~beta-1_amd64.deb - extra debug
libembryo-dev_1.0.0~beta-1_amd64.deb - optional libdevel
libembryo-doc_1.0.0~beta-1_all.deb - optional doc

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