ckon 0.7.1-3build1 source package in Ubuntu

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ckon (0.7.1-3build1) wily; urgency=medium

  * No change rebuild for boost1.58/libstdc++6.

 -- Dimitri John Ledkov <email address hidden>  Sun, 02 Aug 2015 13:28:37 +0100

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Dimitri John Ledkov on 2015-08-02
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Original maintainer:
Debian Science Team
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misc
Urgency:
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ckon_0.7.1-3build1.debian.tar.xz 2.9 KiB 36d99532c5f7dd8e171244916e4baf1334c9646deb19bd8faa46ebb526841e9e
ckon_0.7.1-3build1.dsc 1.6 KiB e444af142c2ebfd6f8ccad27a18b00487cd719ac49e9245baee83a0c310b9e93

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Binary packages built by this source

ckon: automatic build tool for ROOT data analysis software

 ckon is a C++ program/tool which automatically takes care of compilation,
 dictionary generation and linking of programs and libraries developed for data
 analyses within the CERN ROOT analysis framework. This includes parsing
 include headers to figure out which libraries the main programs need to be
 linked to. It uses automake/autoconf to be platform independent and GNU
 install compliant. In addition, m4 macros are automatically downloaded and the
 according compiler flags included based on a list of boost libraries provided
 in the config file. For the purpose of YAML database usage, a m4 macro can be
 downloaded during setup to link against the yaml-cpp library.

ckon-dbgsym: debug symbols for package ckon

 ckon is a C++ program/tool which automatically takes care of compilation,
 dictionary generation and linking of programs and libraries developed for data
 analyses within the CERN ROOT analysis framework. This includes parsing
 include headers to figure out which libraries the main programs need to be
 linked to. It uses automake/autoconf to be platform independent and GNU
 install compliant. In addition, m4 macros are automatically downloaded and the
 according compiler flags included based on a list of boost libraries provided
 in the config file. For the purpose of YAML database usage, a m4 macro can be
 downloaded during setup to link against the yaml-cpp library.