htslib 1.9-6 source package in Ubuntu

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htslib (1.9-6) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Revert libdeflate for DEFLATE based (de)compression and its crc32
    implementation.

 -- Michael R. Crusoe <email address hidden>  Wed, 05 Dec 2018 22:59:23 -0800

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Binary packages built by this source

htslib-test: Test data for HTSlib

 HTSlib is an implementation of a unified C library for accessing common file
 formats, such as SAM (Sequence Alignment/Map), CRAM and VCF (Variant Call
 Format), used for high-throughput sequencing data, and is the core library
 used by samtools and bcftools. HTSlib only depends on zlib. It is known to be
 compatible with gcc, g++ and clang.
 .
 HTSlib implements a generalized BAM (binary SAM) index, with file extension
 ‘csi’ (coordinate-sorted index). The HTSlib file reader first looks for the
 new index and then for the old if the new index is absent.
 .
 This package contains test files and scripts for the HTSlib.

libhts-dev: development files for the HTSlib

 HTSlib is an implementation of a unified C library for accessing common file
 formats, such as SAM (Sequence Alignment/Map), CRAM and VCF (Variant Call
 Format), used for high-throughput sequencing data, and is the core library
 used by samtools and bcftools. HTSlib only depends on zlib. It is known to be
 compatible with gcc, g++ and clang.
 .
 HTSlib implements a generalized BAM (binary SAM) index, with file extension
 ‘csi’ (coordinate-sorted index). The HTSlib file reader first looks for the
 new index and then for the old if the new index is absent.
 .
 This package contains development files for the HTSlib: headers, static
 library, manual pages, etc.

libhts-private-dev: private development files for the HTSlib (use with care)

 HTSlib is an implementation of a unified C library for accessing common file
 formats, such as SAM (Sequence Alignment/Map), CRAM and VCF (Variant Call
 Format), used for high-throughput sequencing data, and is the core library
 used by samtools and bcftools. HTSlib only depends on zlib. It is known to be
 compatible with gcc, g++ and clang.
 .
 HTSlib implements a generalized BAM (binary SAM) index, with file extension
 ‘csi’ (coordinate-sorted index). The HTSlib file reader first looks for the
 new index and then for the old if the new index is absent.
 .
 This package contains private header files for the HTSlib. They are *not*
 intended for general use but libseqlib needs these files.

libhts2: C library for high-throughput sequencing data formats

 HTSlib is an implementation of a unified C library for accessing common file
 formats, such as SAM (Sequence Alignment/Map), CRAM and VCF (Variant Call
 Format), used for high-throughput sequencing data, and is the core library
 used by samtools and bcftools. HTSlib only depends on zlib. It is known to be
 compatible with gcc, g++ and clang.
 .
 HTSlib implements a generalized BAM (binary SAM) index, with file extension
 ‘csi’ (coordinate-sorted index). The HTSlib file reader first looks for the
 new index and then for the old if the new index is absent.

libhts2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libhts2
tabix: generic indexer for TAB-delimited genome position files

 Tabix indexes files where some columns indicate sequence coordinates: name
 (usually a chromosome), start and stop. The input data file must be position
 sorted and compressed by bgzip (provided in this package), which has a gzip
 like interface. After indexing, tabix is able to quickly retrieve data lines by
 chromosomal coordinates. Fast data retrieval also works over network if an URI
 is given as a file name.
 .
 This version of tabix is built from the HTSlib source.

tabix-dbgsym: debug symbols for tabix