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    Command:

    deb-shlibs

    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           shlibs  files map shared library names and versions (sonames) to depen-
           dencies suitable for a package control file.  There is  one  entry  per
           line. Blank lines are not allowed.  Lines beginning with an # character
           are considered commentary, and are ignored.  All other lines must  have
           the format
    
                  [type:] library version dependencies
    
           The library and version fields are whitespace-delimited, but the depen-
           dencies field extends to the end  of  the  line.   The  type  field  is
           optional and normally not needed.
    
           See the Debian Policy Manual for further details.
    
    
    

    EXAMPLES

           The  shlibs  file for a typical library package, named libcrunch1, that
           provides one library whose soname is libcrunch.so.1, might read
    
                  libcrunch 1 libcrunch1 (>= 1.2-1)
    
           The dependencies must mention the most recent version  of  the  package
           that  added  new symbols to the library: in the above example, new sym-
           bols were added to version 1.2 of libcrunch.  This is not the only rea-
           son  the dependencies might need to be tightened; again, see the Debian
           Policy Manual for details.
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           dpkg-shlibdeps(1), deb-symbols(5).
    
    
    

    Debian Project 2008-02-17 deb-shlibs(5)

    
    
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