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utility converting string to a safe format
 String::Dirify converts a string (possibly containing high ASCII characters,
 and even HTML) into another, lower-cased, string which can be used as a
 directory name or URL.
 The algorithm is as follows:
  * Each high ASCII character is replaced by its normal equivalent
  * The string is converted to lower case
  * Any HTML (including HTML entities) in the string is removed
  * Any characters which are not (Perl) words, spaces or hyphens, are removed
  * Runs of spaces are converted to the separator character
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Changes: libstring-dirify-perl (1.02-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Initial Release. (Closes: #609043)

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