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NAME

       Debian::Control::Stanza::Source - source stanza of Debian source package control file

SYNOPSIS

           my $src = Debian::Control::Stanza::Source->new(\%data);
           print $src;                         # auto-stringification
           print $src->Build_Depends;          # Debian::Dependencies object

DESCRIPTION

       Debian::Control::Stanza::Source can be used for representation and manipulation of
       "Source:" stanza of Debian source package control files in an object-oriented way.
       Converts itself to a textual representation in string context.

FIELDS

       The supported fields for source stanzas are listed below. For more information about each
       field's meaning, consult the section named "Source package control files --
       debian/control" of the Debian Policy Manual at <https://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/>

       Note that real control fields may contain dashes in their names. These are replaced with
       underscores.

       Source
       Section
       Priority
       Maintainer
       Uploaders
       DM_Upload_Allowed
       Build_Conflicts
       Build_Conflicts_Indep
       Build_Conflicts_Arch
       Build_Depends
       Build_Depends_Indep
       Build_Depends_Arch
       Standards_Version
       Vcs_Browser
       Vcs_Arch
       Vcs_Bzr
       Vcs_Cvs
       Vcs_Darcs
       Vcs_Git
       Vcs_Hg
       Vcs_Mtn
       Vcs_Svn
       Homepage
       Testsuite
       Rules_Requires_Root

       All Build_... fields are converted into objects of Debian::Dependencies class upon
       construction.

CONSTRUCTOR

       new
       new( { field => value, ... } )
           Creates a new Debian::Control::Stanza::Source object and optionally initializes it
           with the supplied data.

SEE ALSO

       Debian::Control::Stanza::Source inherits most of its functionality from
       Debian::Control::Stanza

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

       Copyright (C) 2009 Damyan Ivanov dmn@debian.org

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by the Free Software Foundation.

       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
       without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.