hdf-eos4 2.17v1.00.dfsg.1-5 source package in Ubuntu

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hdf-eos4 (2.17v1.00.dfsg.1-5) unstable; urgency=low


  * Include dh-autoreconf in B-D. Yes, this was tested on pbuilder. 

 -- Alastair McKinstry <email address hidden>  Tue, 15 Oct 2013 10:25:30 +0100

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Alastair McKinstry on 2013-10-16
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libhdfeos-dev: Development files for the HDF-EOS4 library

 HDF-EOS4 is a software library designed built on HDF4 to support EOS-specific
 data structures, namely Grid, Point, and Swath. The new data structures
 are constructed from standard HDF data objects, using EOS conventions, through
 the use of a software library [1,4]. A key feature of HDF-EOS files is that
 instrument-independent services, such as subsetting by geolocation, can be
 applied to the files across a wide variety of data products.
 .
 This package contains include files and static libraries for HDF-EOS4.

libhdfeos0: Earth Observation System extensions to HDF4

 HDF-EOS4 is a software library designed built on HDF4 to support EOS-specific
 data structures, namely Grid, Point, and Swath. The new data structures
 are constructed from standard HDF data objects, using EOS conventions, through
 the use of a software library [1,4]. A key feature of HDF-EOS files is that
 instrument-independent services, such as subsetting by geolocation, can be
 applied to the files across a wide variety of data products.
 The library is extensible and new data structures can be added.