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gregoa pushed a change to annotated tag debian/2.21-1
in repository libxml-simple-perl.

        at  d13378d   (tag)
   tagging  4d3f6401d73039830f43ec19336d80f33588edcc (commit)
  replaces  upstream/2.21
 tagged by  gregor herrmann
        on  Fri Dec 4 18:34:15 2015 +0100

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tagging package libxml-simple-perl version debian/2.21-1
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Ansgar Burchardt (3):
      * Convert debian/copyright to proposed machine-readable format.
      Update my email address.
      debian/control: Convert Vcs-* fields to Git.

Gregor Herrmann (1):
      debian/patches/01_manpage-has-bad-whatis-entry.diff: more DEP3-like + 

Nathan Handler (16):
      [mass-commit] debian/watch: Modify to ignore development releases.
      Merge tag 'upstream/2.20'
      New upstream release 2.20
      Wrap debian/control lines to be < 80 characters
      Bump debian/compat to 9
      Add myself to list of Uploaders
      Add myself to debian/* copyright
      Update upstream copyright year
      Update debian/copyright to copyright-format 1.0
      Bump debhelper Build-depends to >= 9
      GPL-1 is now in common-licenses, so reference that file
      Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.3
      Update debian/changelog
      Replace | with 'or' in License field in debian/copyright
      Email change: nhandler ->
      Fix nhandler email change changelog entry to use full name instead of 
nickname to make dh-make-perl happy

Ryan Niebur (7):
      [svn-inject] Applying Debian modifications to trunk
      [takeover-for-pkg-perl] Document the takeover
      [packagecheck] fixed Vcs-(Svn|Browser)/Homepage field(s) in 
debian/control and/or URL in debian/watch and/or rmdir /usr/{lib|share}/perl5 
in debian/rules.
      [svn-inject] Forking libxml-simple-perl source to Trunk
      [svn-inject] Applying Debian modifications to trunk
      * moved with permission from Bart (Closes: #531509)
      remove Bart from Uploaders

Salvatore Bonaccorso (7):
      [packagecheck] fixed Vcs-(Git|Browser)/Homepage field(s) in 
debian/control and/or URL in debian/watch and/or rmdir /usr/{lib|share}/perl5 
in debian/rules.
      Change Vcs-Git to canonical URI (git://
      update changelog
      Change based URIs to based URIs
      update changelog
      Update Vcs-Browser URL to cgit web frontend
      update changelog

gregor herrmann (16):
      refresh license stanzas to our usual templates
      more copyright-format-1.0-ing
      debian/control: update {versioned,alternative} (build) dependencies.
      update changelog
      Strip trailing slash from metacpan URLs.
      update changelog
      Add debian/upstream/metadata
      Update debian/changelog
      Merge tag 'upstream/2.21'
      Update debian/changelog
      Refresh 01_manpage-has-bad-whatis-entry.diff (offset).
      Reformat debian/control with cme
      Mark package as autopkgtest-able.
      Declare compliance with Debian Policy 3.9.6.
      Add a patch to fix a spelling mistake.
      releasing package libxml-simple-perl version 2.21-1


This annotated tag includes the following new commits:

       new  f283072   Add debian/upstream/metadata
       new  64f3949   Update debian/changelog
       new  a79eb9f   Merge tag 'upstream/2.21'
       new  af9da94   Update debian/changelog
       new  ba2cab5   Refresh 01_manpage-has-bad-whatis-entry.diff (offset).
       new  e4b0cd2   Reformat debian/control with cme
       new  0d9e0fe   Mark package as autopkgtest-able.
       new  a916f56   Declare compliance with Debian Policy 3.9.6.
       new  3bfd304   Add a patch to fix a spelling mistake.
       new  4d3f640   releasing package libxml-simple-perl version 2.21-1

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