funtools 1.4.7-4 source package in Ubuntu

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funtools (1.4.7-4) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Correct mklib calls to fix FTCFBFS (Closes: #914485)
  * Add "set -e" to mklibs script for better build failures
  * Push Standards-Version to 4.2.1. No changes needed

 -- Ole Streicher <email address hidden>  Fri, 23 Nov 2018 20:44:28 +0100

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Binary packages built by this source

funtools: Minimal buy-in FITS utility package

 Funtools, is a "minimal buy-in" FITS library and utility package developed at
 the High Energy Astrophysics Division of SAO. The Funtools library
 provides simplified access to a wide array of file types: standard
 astronomical FITS images and binary tables, raw arrays and binary event
 lists, and even tables of ASCII column data. A sophisticated region filtering
 library (compatible with ds9) filters images and tables using boolean
 operations between geometric shapes, support world coordinates, etc. Funtools
 also supports advanced capabilities such as optimized data searching using
 index files.
 .
 This package contains the tools.

funtools-dbgsym: debug symbols for funtools
libfuntools-dev: Minimal buy-in FITS library (development files)

 Funtools, is a "minimal buy-in" FITS library and utility package developed at
 the High Energy Astrophysics Division of SAO. The Funtools library
 provides simplified access to a wide array of file types: standard
 astronomical FITS images and binary tables, raw arrays and binary event
 lists, and even tables of ASCII column data. A sophisticated region filtering
 library (compatible with ds9) filters images and tables using boolean
 operations between geometric shapes, support world coordinates, etc. Funtools
 also supports advanced capabilities such as optimized data searching using
 index files.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

libfuntools1: Minimal buy-in FITS library

 Funtools, is a "minimal buy-in" FITS library and utility package developed at
 the High Energy Astrophysics Division of SAO. The Funtools library
 provides simplified access to a wide array of file types: standard
 astronomical FITS images and binary tables, raw arrays and binary event
 lists, and even tables of ASCII column data. A sophisticated region filtering
 library (compatible with ds9) filters images and tables using boolean
 operations between geometric shapes, support world coordinates, etc. Funtools
 also supports advanced capabilities such as optimized data searching using
 index files.
 .
 This library contains the shared library.

libfuntools1-dbgsym: debug symbols for libfuntools1
tcl-funtools: Minimal buy-in FITS library (Tcl interface)

 Funtools, is a "minimal buy-in" FITS library and utility package developed at
 the High Energy Astrophysics Division of SAO. The Funtools library
 provides simplified access to a wide array of file types: standard
 astronomical FITS images and binary tables, raw arrays and binary event
 lists, and even tables of ASCII column data. A sophisticated region filtering
 library (compatible with ds9) filters images and tables using boolean
 operations between geometric shapes, support world coordinates, etc. Funtools
 also supports advanced capabilities such as optimized data searching using
 index files.
 .
 This package contains the Tcl interface.

tcl-funtools-dbgsym: debug symbols for tcl-funtools