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“plplot” 5.9.9-5ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu

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plplot (5.9.9-5ubuntu2) saucy; urgency=low

  * Remove build dependency on gdc-v1. Don't pass DC to the build.
  * Add build conflict with libpython3.3-dev (cmake detects 3.x when present).
 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>   Mon, 01 Jul 2013 20:01:08 +0200

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Matthias Klose on 2013-07-04
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Section:
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Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

libcsiro0: Scientific plotting library (CSIRO libraries)

 This package contains two libraries developed by Pavel Sakov, from the
 CSIRO Marine Research, used in geometry applications:
 .
  * libcsirocsa: bivariate Cubic Spline Approximation library
  * libcsironn: Natural Neighbours interpolation library
 .
 The source code for these libraries are part of the plplot source
 package.

libplplot-c++10: Scientific plotting library (C++ binding)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the C++ binding for PLplot.

libplplot-dev: Scientific plotting library (development files)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains all that is needed for doing development in C, C++
 and Fortran with PLplot. Examples of programs for these languages are
 also included. For development in Tcl/Tk, Python, Octave, Ada and Java
 install the plplot-tcl-dev, python-plplot, octave-plplot, libplplot-ada0-dev
 and libplplot-java packages, respectively. This package also includes the
 OCaml, lua and D examples. To use one of these languages you will also
 need to install the libplplot-xxx package for that language.

libplplot-fortran9: Scientific plotting library (fortran bindings)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the Fortran 77 and Fortran 95 bindings for
 PLplot. Note: the Fortran 77 bindings have been deprecated in the latest
 version of PLplot, and will be dropped from a future release. New code
 should use the Fortran 95 bindings.

libplplot-java: Scientific plotting library (Java bindings)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the Java bindings for PLplot.

libplplot-lua: Scientific plotting library (lua bindings)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package provides the lua bindings for PLplot.

libplplot-ocaml: Scientific plotting library (OCaml bindings)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package provides the OCaml bindings for PLplot.

libplplot11: Scientific plotting library

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the PLplot library for C, as well as the necessary
 data files.

libqsastime-dev: Time format conversion library (development files)

 The qsastime library is a simple library for handling time format
 conversion. It overcomes the limitations of the POSIX time handling
 routines by allow high precision time variables over a large range
 of ranges of dates and by correctly handling leap seconds. It was
 designed with the needs of scientific data plotting in mind. This
 package provides the necessary files to do development with
 libqsastime.
 .
 The source code for this library is part of the plplot source
 package.

libqsastime0: Time format conversion library

 The qsastime library is a simple library for handling time format
 conversion. It overcomes the limitations of the POSIX time handling
 routines by allow high precision time variables over a large range
 of ranges of dates and by correctly handling leap seconds. It was
 designed with the needs of scientific data plotting in mind. This
 package provides the runtime library.
 .
 The source code for this library is part of the plplot source
 package.

octave-plplot: Octave support for PLplot, a plotting library

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the Octave bindings for PLplot. It provides an
 almost drop-in replacement for the traditional Gnuplot graphical
 interface in Octave. Examples are also provided.

plplot-doc: Documentation for PLplot, a plotting library

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the HTML, PDF, PostScript and info forms of the
 PLplot documentation. It also contains the man pages for the API
 functions.

plplot-tcl: Tcl/Tk support for PLplot, a plotting library

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the Tcl/Tk support for PLplot: shared libraries,
 Tcl modules, the Tk driver, and some programs for interactive use of
 PLplot (plserver and pltcl).

plplot-tcl-dev: Tcl/Tk development support for PLplot, a plotting library

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the necessary files to do development in Tcl/Tk
 with PLplot: header files, shared libraries links, and examples.

plplot11-driver-cairo: Scientific plotting library (Cairo driver)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package provides the Cairo driver module for PLplot. It is based
 on the Cairo 2D graphics library with supporting multiple output devices
 (X-Window, PDF, PostScript, and PNG).

plplot11-driver-gd: Scientific plotting library (GD driver)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package provides the GD driver module for PLplot. It allows the
 generation of PNG and JPEG files directly from PLplot programs. The GD
 driver is no longer actively maintained upstream and is likely to be
 dropped in a future release. The cairo and qt drivers offer newer, and
 better alternatives.

plplot11-driver-qt: Scientific plotting library (qt driver)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package provides the qt driver module for PLplot. It also provides
 C++ bindings to allow use of the PLplot API in qt applications.

plplot11-driver-wxwidgets: Scientific plotting library (wxWidgets driver)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package provides the wxWidgets driver module for PLplot.

plplot11-driver-xwin: Scientific plotting library (X11 driver)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package provides the X11 driver module for PLplot.

python-plplot: Python support for PLplot, a plotting library

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package contains the library plmodule.so for gluing the PLplot
 scientific plotting library into Python applications. Examples are also
 provided.

python-plplot-qt: Scientific plotting library (python qt GUI)

 PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
 enough to satisfy most users. It has a wide range of plot types including
 line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
 (including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set. The package
 is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
 handful of function calls is typically required. For more advanced use,
 virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.
 .
 This package provides Python bindings to allow use of the PLplot API in
 qt applications.