abstract-rendering 0.5.1-1ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu

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abstract-rendering (0.5.1-1ubuntu3) artful; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild to build to drop python3.5.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Sat, 05 Aug 2017 16:25:09 +0000

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Matthias Klose on 2017-08-05
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Artful
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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python-abstract-rendering: Rendering as a binning process for Python 2

 In most visualization systems, the pixels are tucked away under
 levels of geometric abstraction in the rendering system (such as
 circles, squares, and text). Abstract Rendering takes the opposite
 approach: expose the pixels and gain powerful pixel-level
 control. This pixel-level power is a complement to many existing
 visualization techniques. It is an elaboration on rendering, not an
 analytic or projection step, so it can be used as epilogue to many
 existing techniques.
 .
 This contains the Python 2 version

python-abstract-rendering-dbgsym: Debug symbols for python-abstract-rendering
python-abstract-rendering-doc: Rendering as a binning process documetnation

 In most visualization systems, the pixels are tucked away under
 levels of geometric abstraction in the rendering system (such as
 circles, squares, and text). Abstract Rendering takes the opposite
 approach: expose the pixels and gain powerful pixel-level
 control. This pixel-level power is a complement to many existing
 visualization techniques. It is an elaboration on rendering, not an
 analytic or projection step, so it can be used as epilogue to many
 existing techniques.
 .
 This contains the documentation.

python3-abstract-rendering: Rendering as a binning process for Python 3

 In most visualization systems, the pixels are tucked away under
 levels of geometric abstraction in the rendering system (such as
 circles, squares, and text). Abstract Rendering takes the opposite
 approach: expose the pixels and gain powerful pixel-level
 control. This pixel-level power is a complement to many existing
 visualization techniques. It is an elaboration on rendering, not an
 analytic or projection step, so it can be used as epilogue to many
 existing techniques.
 .
 This contains the Python 3 version

python3-abstract-rendering-dbgsym: Debug symbols for python3-abstract-rendering