hepmc 2.06.09-1 source package in Ubuntu

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hepmc (2.06.09-1) unstable; urgency=low


  * New upstream.
  * debian/control: move doxygen-latex, ghostscript, texlive-math-extra to
    build-dep-indep.
  * debian/copyright: fix licence version.
  * debian/rules: support get-orig-source rule.

 -- Lifeng Sun <email address hidden>  Thu, 21 Jun 2012 19:59:00 +0800

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Debian Science Team on 2012-06-21
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hepmc-examples: Event Record for Monte Carlo Generators - example files

 The HepMC package is an object oriented event record written in C++ for
 High Energy Physics Monte Carlo Generators.
 .
 Many extensions from HEPEVT, the Fortran HEP standard, are supported: the
 number of entries is unlimited, spin density matrices can be stored with
 each vertex, flow patterns (such as color) can be stored and traced,
 integers representing random number generator states can be stored, and an
 arbitrary number of event weights can be included. Particles and vertices
 are kept separate in a graph structure, physically similar to a physics
 event.
 .
 The added information supports the modularisation of event generators.
 Event information is accessed by means of iterators supplied with the
 package.
 .
 This package provides example source files of HepMC.

hepmc-reference-manual: No summary available for hepmc-reference-manual in ubuntu saucy.

No description available for hepmc-reference-manual in ubuntu saucy.

hepmc-user-manual: No summary available for hepmc-user-manual in ubuntu saucy.

No description available for hepmc-user-manual in ubuntu saucy.

libhepmc-dev: Event Record for Monte Carlo Generators - development files

 The HepMC package is an object oriented event record written in C++ for
 High Energy Physics Monte Carlo Generators.
 .
 Many extensions from HEPEVT, the Fortran HEP standard, are supported: the
 number of entries is unlimited, spin density matrices can be stored with
 each vertex, flow patterns (such as color) can be stored and traced,
 integers representing random number generator states can be stored, and an
 arbitrary number of event weights can be included. Particles and vertices
 are kept separate in a graph structure, physically similar to a physics
 event.
 .
 The added information supports the modularisation of event generators.
 Event information is accessed by means of iterators supplied with the
 package.
 .
 This package provides development files of HepMC.

libhepmc4: No summary available for libhepmc4 in ubuntu quantal.

No description available for libhepmc4 in ubuntu quantal.

libhepmcfio-dev: No summary available for libhepmcfio-dev in ubuntu utopic.

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libhepmcfio4: fio library of HepMC

 The HepMC package is an object oriented event record written in C++ for
 High Energy Physics Monte Carlo Generators.
 .
 Many extensions from HEPEVT, the Fortran HEP standard, are supported: the
 number of entries is unlimited, spin density matrices can be stored with
 each vertex, flow patterns (such as color) can be stored and traced,
 integers representing random number generator states can be stored, and an
 arbitrary number of event weights can be included. Particles and vertices
 are kept separate in a graph structure, physically similar to a physics
 event.
 .
 The added information supports the modularisation of event generators.
 Event information is accessed by means of iterators supplied with the
 package.
 .
 The fio library of HepMC provides wrappers of HEPEVT, Pythia and Herwig.