acedb 4.9.39+dfsg.01-6 source package in Ubuntu

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acedb (4.9.39+dfsg.01-6) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Charles Plessy ]
  * Renamed debian/upstream-metadata.yaml to debian/upstream/metadata

  [ Andreas Tille ]
  * debian/upstream: Mark original citation as specific for package
    acedb-other-dotter and add general citation for AceDB
  * Add remark about "AceDB@NCBI" in README.Debian
  * Marked watch file as non-functional
  * cme fix dpkg-control
  * Priority: optional
  * debhelper 9
  * cme fix dpkg-copyright
  * short dh rules file
  * DEP3
  * fix typo in d/copyright
  * run upstream test suite at build time to have some log but ignore errors
    since not all needed functions that are used in the test suite are
    available
  * Propagate hardening options
  * Fix Mayhem bugs
    Closes: #715832, #715860

 -- Andreas Tille <email address hidden>  Sun, 13 Dec 2015 19:01:45 +0100

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Debian Med on 2015-12-13
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Binary packages built by this source

acedb-other: retrieval of DNA or protein sequences

 This package collects all those smallish applications that acedb collects
 under its 'other' target of its Makefile.
 .
 efetch: presumably short for 'entry fetch' collects sequence information
 from common DNA and protein databases.

acedb-other-belvu: multiple sequence alignment editor

 For the analysis of biological sequences, a general principle is to
 corresponding regions between related proteins, RNA or DNA. Written
 next to each other, corresponding positions above each other, one has
 prepared an alignment.
 .
 Belvu is best known for its perfect implementation of the Stockholm
 format of multiple sequence alignments, since upstream is maintaining
 that. That is for instance used in the Pfam and Rfam databases.

acedb-other-belvu-dbgsym: debug symbols for package acedb-other-belvu

 For the analysis of biological sequences, a general principle is to
 corresponding regions between related proteins, RNA or DNA. Written
 next to each other, corresponding positions above each other, one has
 prepared an alignment.
 .
 Belvu is best known for its perfect implementation of the Stockholm
 format of multiple sequence alignments, since upstream is maintaining
 that. That is for instance used in the Pfam and Rfam databases.

acedb-other-dbgsym: debug symbols for package acedb-other

 This package collects all those smallish applications that acedb collects
 under its 'other' target of its Makefile.
 .
 efetch: presumably short for 'entry fetch' collects sequence information
 from common DNA and protein databases.

acedb-other-dotter: visualisation of sequence similarity

 For the analysis of biological sequences, a general principle is to
 compare corresponding regions between related proteins, RNA or DNA.
 .
 Dotter, as an interactive dotplot with varying thresholds, displays
 graphically the similarity of DNA or protein sequence to itself or
 another sequence.

acedb-other-dotter-dbgsym: debug symbols for package acedb-other-dotter

 For the analysis of biological sequences, a general principle is to
 compare corresponding regions between related proteins, RNA or DNA.
 .
 Dotter, as an interactive dotplot with varying thresholds, displays
 graphically the similarity of DNA or protein sequence to itself or
 another sequence.