cln 1.3.4-1 source package in Ubuntu


cln (1.3.4-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release. (Closes: #748325)
  * Don't remove all files under debian/. (Closes: #749848)

 -- Richard B. Kreckel <email address hidden>  Mon, 13 Oct 2014 22:27:51 +0200

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File Size SHA-256 Checksum
cln_1.3.4-1.dsc 1.7 KiB 01af65e792282e0f21af8789d6870781f9d69e2f5edf7e24a3243f018d7141c3
cln_1.3.4.orig.tar.bz2 1.2 MiB 2d99d7c433fb60db1e28299298a98354339bdc120d31bb9a862cafc5210ab748
cln_1.3.4-1.debian.tar.xz 6.2 KiB 899439a08703ca2c1aa449a0bcd05c7ff4433469747971d5d3ac7245d5f8249b

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libcln-dev: No summary available for libcln-dev in ubuntu yakkety.

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libcln6: No summary available for libcln6 in ubuntu vivid.

No description available for libcln6 in ubuntu vivid.

libcln6-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libcln6

 CLN is a library for computations with all kinds of numbers. It has a
 rich set of number classes, including integers (with unlimited precision),
 reals with various precisions (including unlimited), rationals, complex
 numbers and polynomials. The kernel is written in assembly language.
 It uses garbage collection (automatic, without imposing any burden on the
 main application). Many efficient algorithms (i.e. for all transcendental
 functions) are implemented.

pi: No summary available for pi in ubuntu yakkety.

No description available for pi in ubuntu yakkety.

pi-dbgsym: debug symbols for package pi

 This program computes Archimedes' constant Pi to arbitrary precision.
 It is extremely fast and the precision is only limited by your machine's
 main memory.
 This is a teaser for the CLN library, to which the actual computation is
 delegated. You may use these decimal digits as random digits or search
 them for hidden messages. :-)