source: debian/control @ 1c3f8d2

develop 4.0.6-2
Last change on this file since 1c3f8d2 was 1c3f8d2, checked in by Shane Alcock <salcock@…>, 21 months ago

Reverse attempt to not depend on dpdk-dev for some suites.

I've decided instead that we *will* provide dpdk 17.11 packages
for the older suites (within the libtrace repository) so we
no longer lose any functionality compared with previous libtrace
packages.

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1Source: libtrace4
2Priority: optional
3Maintainer: Brad Cowie <brad@wand.net.nz>
4Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 9), dh-autoreconf,
5 libpcap-dev, zlib1g-dev, flex, bison, doxygen, liblzma-dev, graphviz,
6 libncurses5-dev, libbz2-dev, libssl-dev, libwandio1-dev (>= 4.0.0),
7 libwandder1-dev, dpdk-dev, libnuma-dev
8Standards-Version: 4.1.3
9Section: libs
10Homepage: http://research.wand.net.nz/software/libtrace.php
11
12Package: libtrace4-dev
13Section: libdevel
14Architecture: any
15Depends: libtrace4 (= ${binary:Version}), ${misc:Depends}
16Provides: libtrace-dev
17Conflicts: libtrace-dev, libpacketdump3-dev
18Replaces: libtrace-dev
19Description: development headers for the libtrace network processing library
20 This package contains development headers and other ancillary files for
21 the libtrace library.
22 .
23 libtrace is a library for trace processing. It supports multiple input
24 methods, including device capture, raw and gz-compressed trace, and sockets;
25 and multiple input formats, including pcap and DAG.
26 .
27 libtrace is developed by the WAND Network Research Group at Waikato
28 University in New Zealand.
29
30Package: libtrace4
31Section: libs
32Architecture: any
33Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
34Provides: libtrace
35Conflicts: libtrace, libtrace3
36Replaces: libtrace3
37Description: network trace processing library supporting many input formats
38 libtrace is a library for trace processing. It supports multiple input
39 methods, including device capture, raw and gz-compressed trace, and sockets;
40 and multiple input formats.
41 .
42 libtrace is developed by the WAND Network Research Group at Waikato
43 University in New Zealand.
44
45Package: libpacketdump4-dev
46Section: libdevel
47Architecture: any
48Depends: libpacketdump4 (= ${binary:Version}), ${misc:Depends}
49Provides: libpacketdump-dev
50Conflicts: libpacketdump-dev
51Replaces: libpacketdump-dev
52Description: development headers for the libpacketdump library
53 This package contains development headers and other ancillary files for
54 the libpacketdump library.
55 .
56 libpacketdump provides a library which can parse packets and display the
57 packet contents in a nice human-readable form. The output is similar to that
58 produced by tcpdump, although the formatting is somewhat more verbose.
59 .
60 libpacketdump is developed by the WAND Network Research Group at Waikato
61 University in New Zealand.
62
63Package: libpacketdump4
64Section: libs
65Architecture: any
66Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
67Provides: libpacketdump
68Conflicts: libpacketdump, libpacketdump3
69Replaces: libpacketdump3
70Description: network packet parsing and human-readable display library
71 libpacketdump provides a library which can parse packets and display the
72 packet contents in a nice human-readable form. The output is similar to that
73 produced by tcpdump, although the formatting is somewhat more verbose.
74 .
75 libpacketdump is developed by the WAND Network Research Group at Waikato
76 University in New Zealand.
77
78Package: libtrace4-tools
79Section: net
80Architecture: any
81Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}
82Conflicts: libtrace-tools
83Replaces: libtrace-tools
84Description: helper utilities for use with the libtrace process library
85 libtrace is a library for trace processing. These tools perform many common
86 tasks that are required when analysing and manipulating network traces.
87 .
88 Multiple input methods and formats are supported including device capture,
89 raw and gz-compressed traces, and sockets.
90 .
91 libtrace is developed by the WAND Network Research Group at Waikato
92 University in New Zealand.
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