ismrmrd 1.3.2-1 source package in Ubuntu

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ismrmrd (1.3.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  * Refresh patch queue:
    - Drop fixing-check-after-free-in-unit-tests.patch, applied upstream.
    - Drop cmake-install-docs.patch, now using alternative via d/rules.
    - Rename make-build-reproducible.patch to Disable-HTML-timestamps.patch.
    - Add Explicit-64-bit-shifts-for-flags.patch from upstream, should solve
      issues with failing testsuite on some architectures.
  * Simplify packaging of documentation.
  * d/rules: add call to dh_doxygen.
  * Update copyright information:
    - Add upstream contact.
    - Replace MIT by Expat.
    - Wrap and sort.
  * Add gbp.conf file.

 -- Ghislain Antony Vaillant <email address hidden>  Mon, 26 Oct 2015 10:34:42 +0000

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Debian Med on 2015-11-19
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Original maintainer:
Debian Med
Architectures:
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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ismrmrd-schema: ISMRM Raw Data format (ISMRMRD) - XML schema

 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header)
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or
 other calibration data.
 .
 This package provides the XML schema.

ismrmrd-tools: ISMRM Raw Data format (ISMRMRD) - binaries

 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header)
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or
 other calibration data.
 .
 This package provides the binaries.

ismrmrd-tools-dbgsym: debug symbols for package ismrmrd-tools

 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header)
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or
 other calibration data.
 .
 This package provides the binaries.

libismrmrd-dev: ISMRM Raw Data format (ISMRMRD) - development files

 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header)
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or
 other calibration data.
 .
 This package provides the development files.

libismrmrd-doc: ISMRM Raw Data format (ISMRMRD) - documentation

 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header)
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or
 other calibration data.
 .
 This package provides the documentation.

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