mafft 7.407-2 source package in Ubuntu

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mafft (7.407-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Helmut Grohne ]
  * Fix FTCBFS: Let dh_auto_build pass cross tools to make. (Closes: #914715)
  * Also simplify debian/rules using --sourcedirectory.

  [ Andreas Tille ]
  * Remove trailing whitespace in debian/changelog

 -- Andreas Tille <email address hidden>  Sun, 02 Dec 2018 11:39:45 +0100

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mafft: Multiple alignment program for amino acid or nucleotide sequences

 MAFFT is a multiple sequence alignment program which offers three
 accuracy-oriented methods:
  * L-INS-i (probably most accurate; recommended for <200 sequences;
    iterative refinement method incorporating local pairwise alignment
    information),
  * G-INS-i (suitable for sequences of similar lengths; recommended for
    <200 sequences; iterative refinement method incorporating global
    pairwise alignment information),
  * E-INS-i (suitable for sequences containing large unalignable regions;
    recommended for <200 sequences),
 and five speed-oriented methods:
  * FFT-NS-i (iterative refinement method; two cycles only),
  * FFT-NS-i (iterative refinement method; max. 1000 iterations),
  * FFT-NS-2 (fast; progressive method),
  * FFT-NS-1 (very fast; recommended for >2000 sequences; progressive
    method with a rough guide tree),
  * NW-NS-PartTree-1 (recommended for ∼50,000 sequences; progressive
    method with the PartTree algorithm).

mafft-dbgsym: debug symbols for mafft