libastro-fits-cfitsio-perl 1.07-1 source package in Ubuntu


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  * New upstream release
    - increased Build-Dep on libcfitsio3-dev to 3.26
  * Switched to source format 3.0 (quilt)
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  * Upped Standards-Version to 3.9.2 (no changes required)
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libastro-fits-cfitsio-perl: Perl extension for using the cfitsio library

 Perl interface to William Pence's cfitsio subroutine library. For more
 information on cfitsio, see
 This module attempts to provide a wrapper for nearly every cfitsio routine,
 while retaining as much cfitsio behavior as possible. As such, one should
 be aware that it is still somewhat low-level, in the sense that handing an
 array which is not the correct size to a routine like fits_write_img()
 may cause SIGSEGVs.
 The goal is to eventually use these routines to build a more Perl-like
 interface to many common tasks such as reading and writing of images and
 ASCII and binary tables.