harp 1.9.1-1 source package in Ubuntu

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harp (1.9.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * Update patch to use libharp.so.10
  * Library minor version now 10.0.4

 -- Alastair McKinstry <email address hidden>  Tue, 26 Nov 2019 14:57:08 +0000

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Debian Science Team on 2019-11-26
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harp: Data harmonization toolset for Earth Observation formats

 HARP is a toolset for ingesting, processing and inter-comparing satellite or
 model data against correlative data. The toolset is composed of a set of
 command line tools, a C library of analysis functions, and import/export
 interfaces for Python. The main goal of HARP is to assist
 in the inter-comparison of data sets. By appropriatelty chaining calls to
 the HARP command line tools one can preprocess satellite, model, and/or
 correlative data such that two datasets that need to be compared end up
 having the same temporal/spatial grid, same data format/structure, and same
 physical units.
 .
 This package provides the HARP binary utilities.

harp-dbgsym: debug symbols for harp
libharp-dev: Data harmonisation toolset for Earth Observation formats

 HARP is a toolset for ingesting, processing and inter-comparing satellite or
 model data against correlative data. The toolset is composed of a set of
 command line tools, a C library of analysis functions, and import/export
 interfaces for Python. The main goal of HARP is to assist
 in the inter-comparison of data sets. By appropriatelty chaining calls to
 the HARP command line tools one can preprocess satellite, model, and/or
 correlative data such that two datasets that need to be compared end up
 having the same temporal/spatial grid, same data format/structure, and same
 physical units.
 .
 This package provides static libs and development files for HARP.

libharp10: Data harmonisation toolset for Earth Observation formats

 HARP is a toolset for ingesting, processing and inter-comparing satellite or
 model data against correlative data. The toolset is composed of a set of
 command line tools, a C library of analysis functions, and import/export
 interfaces for Python. The main goal of HARP is to assist
 in the inter-comparison of data sets. By appropriatelty chaining calls to
 the HARP command line tools one can preprocess satellite, model, and/or
 correlative data such that two datasets that need to be compared end up
 having the same temporal/spatial grid, same data format/structure, and same
 physical units.
 .
 This package provides the HARP shared library.

libharp10-dbgsym: debug symbols for libharp10
python3-harp: Python3 interface for the HARP data harmonisation toolset

 HARP is a toolset for ingesting, processing and inter-comparing satellite or
 model data against correlative data. The toolset is composed of a set of
 command line tools, a C library of analysis functions, and import/export
 interfaces for Python. The main goal of HARP is to assist
 in the inter-comparison of data sets. By appropriatelty chaining calls to
 the HARP command line tools one can preprocess satellite, model, and/or
 correlative data such that two datasets that need to be compared end up
 having the same temporal/spatial grid, same data format/structure, and same
 physical units.
 .
 This package contains Python3 wrappers for the HARP toolset.