libcommons-collections-java_2.1.1-10_amd64.changes is NEW

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(new) libcommons-collections-java-doc_2.1.1-10_all.deb optional doc
set of abstract data type interfaces and implementations - doc
 The Java Collections Framework provides a set of abstract data
 type interfaces and implementations that offer both a wealth
 of useful functionality, and a solid foundation for extending
 that functionality.
 This package contains Javadoc API documentation for
 libcommons-collections-java package.
  to main/libc/libcommons-collections-java/libcommons-collections-java_2.1.1-10.debian.tar.gz
  to main/libc/libcommons-collections-java/libcommons-collections-java_2.1.1-10.dsc
  to main/libc/libcommons-collections-java/libcommons-collections-java_2.1.1-10_all.deb
Changes: libcommons-collections-java (2.1.1-10) unstable; urgency=low
  * Team upload.
  * Apply patch from James Pages < at>. Thanks :
  * Enabled maven artifact deployment (LP: #717157) (Closes: #612916):
    - debian/control: Build-Depends added maven-repo-helper
    - debian/rules: install maven artifacts and new target to retrieve
      original POM file.
    - debian/poms/commons-collections.pom: localised pom for maven
    - debian/libcommons-collections-java.poms: pom reference locations
    - debian/{links,dirs}: drop.
  * Update Standards-Version: 3.9.2, no changes.
  * Updated to source/format: 3.0 (quilt):
    - Add missing debian/patches/series.
  * Drop Arnaud Vandyck from Uploaders (Thanks for your work !).
  * Drop Depends on JRE since it's a library (as per Debian Java Policy).
  * Split package to get a libcommons-collections-java-doc package for
    documentation (Javadoc):
    - d/docs: Only install readme file.
    - d/control: Declare Replace and Conflicts with previous package.

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