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Source: juju-core
Section: devel
Priority: extra
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss@lists.ubuntu.com>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 9),
               dh-golang,
               distro-info,
               golang-check.v1-dev,
               golang-github-bmizerany-pat-dev,
               golang-github-coreos-go-systemd-dev,
               golang-github-lxc-lxd-dev,
               golang-go (>= 2:1.2) [amd64 i386 armhf],
               golang-go (>= 2:1.6) [!amd64 !i386 !armhf] | gccgo-5 [!amd64 !i386 !armhf] | gccgo-go [!amd64 !i386 !armhf],
               golang-go-dbus-dev,
               golang-golang-x-crypto-dev,
               golang-golang-x-net-dev,
               golang-gopkg-lxc-go-lxc.v2-dev,
               golang-gopkg-tomb.v2-dev,
               golang-juju-loggo-dev,
               golang-websocket-dev,
               golang-yaml.v2-dev,
               lsb-release,
               python
Standards-Version: 3.9.7
Homepage: http://launchpad.net/juju-core
Testsuite: autopkgtest

Package: juju-2.0
Architecture: any
Depends: distro-info, ${misc:Depends}, ${shlibs:Depends}
Recommends: lxd, bash-completion
Breaks: juju-core (<= 1.25.4)
Built-Using: ${misc:Built-Using}
Description: Juju is devops distilled - client
 Through the use of charms, juju provides you with shareable, re-usable,
 and repeatable expressions of devops best practices. You can use them
 unmodified, or easily change and connect them to fit your needs. Deploying
 a charm is similar to installing a package on Ubuntu: ask for it and
 it’s there, remove it and it’s completely gone.
 .
 This package provides the client application of creating and interacting
 with Juju environments.

Package: juju
Architecture: all
Depends: juju-2.0 (>= ${source:Version}), ${misc:Depends}
Suggests: juju-core
Description: next generation service orchestration system
 Through the use of charms, juju provides you with shareable, re-usable,
 and repeatable expressions of devops best practices. You can use them
 unmodified, or easily change and connect them to fit your needs. Deploying
 a charm is similar to installing a package on Ubuntu: ask for it and
 it’s there, remove it and it’s completely gone.
 .
 This is a dependency package providing the current version of Juju.