boxshade 3.3.1-8 source package in Ubuntu

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boxshade (3.3.1-8) unstable; urgency=low


  * debian/patches/remove-newlines.patch: restores interactive use.
    Thanks: Giorgio Maccari. Closes: #700088.
  * debian/control:
    - normalised with 'cme fix dpkg-control';
    - removed obsolete DM-Upload-Allowed field;
    - normalised VCS URLs.
  * Added example data and output, and basic regression tests.
  * Machine-readable Debian copyright file.
  * Use Debhelper 9, verbosely.
  * Pass dpkg build flags through debian/rules.
  * Removed obsolete instructions about the quilt patch system.
  * Added command line parameters to manual page.
  * Conforms to Policy 3.9.4.

 -- Charles Plessy <email address hidden>  Mon, 23 Sep 2013 10:58:52 +0900

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Debian Med on 2013-09-23
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Original maintainer:
Debian Med
Architectures:
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Section:
science
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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boxshade-dbgsym: debug symbols for package boxshade

 Boxshade is a program for creating good looking printouts from
 multiple-aligned protein or DNA sequences. The program does not perform
 the alignment by itself and requires as input a file that was created
 by a multiple alignment program or manually edited with respective tools.
 .
 Boxshade reads multiple-aligned sequences from either PILEUP-MSF,
 CLUSTAL-ALN, MALIGNED-data and ESEE-save files (limited to a maximum
 of 150 sequences with up to 10000 elements each). Various kinds of
 shading can be applied to identical/similar residues. Output is written
 to screen or to a file in the following formats: ANSI/VT100, PS/EPS,
 RTF, HPGL, ReGIS, LJ250-printer, ASCII, xFIG, PICT, HTML