File debian.control of Package php-sabre-dav

Source: php-sabre-dav-2.1
Section: php
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Debian PHP PEAR Maintainers <>
Uploaders: David Prévot <>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 8.0.0),
               php-curl | php5-curl,
               php-mbstring | php5,
               php-sqlite3 | php5-sqlite,
               pkg-php-tools (>= 1.7~)
Standards-Version: 3.9.7
Vcs-Git: git:// -b 2.1

Package: php-sabre-dav-2.1
Architecture: all
Depends: php-sabre-event (<< 3.0.0~as2.1),
Suggests: ${phpcomposer:Debian-suggest}
Replaces: ${phpcomposer:Debian-replace}
Breaks: ${phpcomposer:Debian-conflict}, ${phpcomposer:Debian-replace}
Provides: ${phpcomposer:Debian-provide}
Description: ${phpcomposer:description}
 SabreDAV is meant to cover the entire standard, and attempts to allow
 integration using an easy to understand API.
 Feature list:
  * Fully WebDAV compliant
  * Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS/X, DavFSv2, Cadaver, Netdrive,
    Open Office, and probably more.
  * Passing all Litmus tests.
  * Supporting class 1, 2 and 3 Webdav servers.
  * Locking support.
  * Custom property support.
  * CalDAV (tested with Evolution, iCal, iPhone and Lightning).
  * CardDAV (tested with OS/X addressbook, the iOS addressbook and Evolution).
  * Over 97% unittest code coverage.
 Supported RFC's:
  * RFC2617: Basic/Digest auth.
  * RFC2518: First WebDAV spec.
  * RFC3744: ACL (some features missing).
  * RFC4709: DavMount.
  * RFC4791: CalDAV.
  * RFC4918: WebDAV revision.
  * RFC5397: current-user-principal.
  * RFC5689: Extended MKCOL.
  * RFC6352: CardDAV
  * draft-daboo-carddav-directory-gateway: CardDAV directory gateway
  * CalDAV ctag, CalDAV-proxy.