Package mimic: Specfile

Name: mimic
Version: 0.0.1
Release: alt1

Summary: [ab]using Unicode to create tragedy
License: %mit
Group: Text tools
BuildArch: noarch

Source: %name-%version.tar
Patch0: %name-%version-%release.patch

BuildRequires(pre): rpm-build-licenses
BuildRequires(pre): rpm-build-python3
BuildRequires: python3-devel
BuildRequires: python3-module-setuptools

Requires: python3-module-docutils

%define _unpackaged_files_terminate_build 1

mimic provokes:

* fun
* frustration
* curiosity
* murderous rage

It's inspired by this terrible idea floating around:
  MT: Replace a semicolon with a greek question mark in your
  friend's C# code and watch them pull their hair out over the syntax
    - Peter Ritchie (@peterritchie) November 16, 2014

There are many more characters in the Unicode character set that look,
to some extent or another, like others - homoglyphs. Mimic substitutes
common ASCII characters for obscure homoglyphs.

Fun games to play with mimic:

* Pipe some source code through and see if you can find all of
  the problems
* Pipe someone else's source code through without telling them
* Be fired, and then killed

%patch0 -p1




* Fri Jun 10 2016 Mikhail Efremov <> 0.0.1-alt1
- Fix version.
- Set license.
- Updated from upstream git.

* Mon Oct 26 2015 Mikhail Efremov <> 0-alt1
- Initial build