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“magics++” 2.14.5-2build1 source package in Ubuntu

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magics++ (2.14.5-2build1) precise; urgency=low

  * Rebuild against numpy 1.6
 -- Julian Taylor <email address hidden>   Thu, 16 Feb 2012 00:20:31 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Julian Taylor on 2012-02-15
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Original maintainer:
Alastair McKinstry
Component:
universe
Architectures:
any
Section:
utils
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libmagics++-data: Data files needed for magics++ library

 Magics++ is the latest generation of the ECMWF's Meteorological plotting
 software MAGICS. Although completely redesigned in C++, it is intended to be
 as backwards-compatible as possible with the Fortran interface.
 Besides its programming interfaces (Fortran and C), Magics++ offers MagML,
 a plot description language based on XML aimed at automatic web production.
 .
 This package contains data expected by the magics++ library.

libmagics++-dev: Development files for ECMWF plotting software MAGICS++

 Magics++ is the latest generation of the ECMWF's Meteorological plotting
 software MAGICS. Although completely redesigned in C++, it is intended to be
 as backwards-compatible as possible with the Fortran interface.
 Besides its programming interfaces (Fortran and C), Magics++ offers MagML,
 a plot description language based on XML aimed at automatic web production.
 .
 This package includes the header files and static libraries needed to build
 against libmagics++.

libmagplus3: ECMWF meteorological plotting software library

 Magics++ is the latest generation of the ECMWF's Meteorological plotting
 software MAGICS. Although completely redesigned in C++, it is intended to be
 as backwards-compatible as possible with the Fortran interface.
 Besides its programming interfaces (Fortran and C), Magics++ offers MagML,
 a plot description language based on XML aimed at automatic web production.
 .
 The library supports the plotting of contours, wind fields, observations,
 satellite images, symbols, text, axis and graphs (including boxplots).
 .
 Data fields to be plotted may be presented in various formats,
 for instance GRIB 1 and 2 code data, Gaussian grid, regularly spaced grid
 and fitted data. Input data can also be in BUFR and NetCDF format
 or retrieved from an ODB database.
 .
 The produced meteorological plots can be saved in various formats,
 such as PostScript, EPS, PDF, GIF, PNG, SVG and KML.

magics++: Executables for the magics++ library

 Magics++ is the latest generation of the ECMWF's Meteorological plotting
 software MAGICS. Although completely redesigned in C++, it is intended to be
 as backwards-compatible as possible with the Fortran interface.
 Besides its programming interfaces (Fortran and C), Magics++ offers MagML,
 a plot description language based on XML aimed at automatic web production.
 .
 This package contains the MagcML binary that may be used with magics++.

python-magics++: python support for Magics++

 Magics++ is the latest generation of the ECMWF's Meteorological plotting
 software MAGICS. Although completely redesigned in C++, it is intended to be
 as backwards-compatible as possible with the Fortran interface.
 Besides its programming interfaces (Fortran and C), Magics++ offers MagML,
 a plot description language based on XML aimed at automatic web production.
 .
 This package provides python support for the magics++ library.