freecontact 1.0.21-3 source package in Ubuntu

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freecontact (1.0.21-3) unstable; urgency=medium


  [ Andreas Tille ]
  * debian/control:
     - cme fix dpkg-control
     - Priority: optional

  [ Laszlo Kajan ]
  * Imported changes of 1.0.21-1ubuntu1: pass --with-boost-libdir to
    configure (Closes: #738378).
  * Imported changes of 1.0.21-1ubuntu2: use dh-autoreconf instead of
    autotools-dev

 -- Laszlo Kajan <email address hidden>  Tue, 25 Feb 2014 21:37:33 +0100

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freecontact: No summary available for freecontact in ubuntu utopic.

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libfreecontact-doc: documentation for libfreecontact

 FreeContact is a protein residue contact predictor optimized for speed.
 Its input is a multiple sequence alignment. FreeContact can function as an
 accelerated drop-in for the published contact predictors
 EVfold-mfDCA of DS. Marks (2011) and
 PSICOV of D. Jones (2011).
 .
 FreeContact is accelerated by a combination of vector instructions, multiple
 threads, and faster implementation of key parts.
 Depending on the alignment, 8-fold or higher speedups are possible.
 .
 A sufficiently large alignment is required for meaningful results.
 As a minimum, an alignment with an effective (after-weighting) sequence count
 bigger than the length of the query sequence should be used. Alignments with
 tens of thousands of (effective) sequences are considered good input.
 .
 jackhmmer(1) from the hmmer package, or hhblits(1) from hhsuite
 can be used to generate the alignments, for example.
 .
 This package contains HTML documentation for libfreecontact.

libfreecontact0: No summary available for libfreecontact0 in ubuntu utopic.

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libfreecontact0-dev: fast protein contact predictor library - development files

 FreeContact is a protein residue contact predictor optimized for speed.
 Its input is a multiple sequence alignment. FreeContact can function as an
 accelerated drop-in for the published contact predictors
 EVfold-mfDCA of DS. Marks (2011) and
 PSICOV of D. Jones (2011).
 .
 FreeContact is accelerated by a combination of vector instructions, multiple
 threads, and faster implementation of key parts.
 Depending on the alignment, 8-fold or higher speedups are possible.
 .
 A sufficiently large alignment is required for meaningful results.
 As a minimum, an alignment with an effective (after-weighting) sequence count
 bigger than the length of the query sequence should be used. Alignments with
 tens of thousands of (effective) sequences are considered good input.
 .
 jackhmmer(1) from the hmmer package, or hhblits(1) from hhsuite
 can be used to generate the alignments, for example.
 .
 This package contains files necessary for developing applications with
 libfreecontact.