python-asdf 1.2.1-2 source package in Ubuntu

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python-asdf (1.2.1-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Set exit value for CI tests
  * Allow stderr in tests to ignore deprecation warnings

 -- Ole Streicher <email address hidden>  Mon, 16 Jan 2017 09:00:24 +0100

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Binary packages built by this source

asdftool: Command line tool to manipulate ASDF scientific data files

 ASDF (Advanced Scientific Data Format) is a proposed
 next generation interchange format for scientific data. ASDF aims to
 exist in the same middle ground that made FITS so successful, by
 being a hybrid text and binary format: containing human editable
 metadata for interchange, and raw binary data that is fast to load
 and use. Unlike FITS, the metadata is highly structured and is
 designed up-front for extensibility.
 .
 This package contains the asdf command line tool.

python-asdf: Python library for the Advanced Scientific Data Format

 ASDF (Advanced Scientific Data Format) is a proposed
 next generation interchange format for scientific data. ASDF aims to
 exist in the same middle ground that made FITS so successful, by
 being a hybrid text and binary format: containing human editable
 metadata for interchange, and raw binary data that is fast to load
 and use. Unlike FITS, the metadata is highly structured and is
 designed up-front for extensibility.
 .
 This is the Python 2 package.

python-asdf-doc: Python library for the Advanced Scientific Data Format (documentation)

 ASDF (Advanced Scientific Data Format) is a proposed
 next generation interchange format for scientific data. ASDF aims to
 exist in the same middle ground that made FITS so successful, by
 being a hybrid text and binary format: containing human editable
 metadata for interchange, and raw binary data that is fast to load
 and use. Unlike FITS, the metadata is highly structured and is
 designed up-front for extensibility.
 .
 This package contains the API documentation.

python3-asdf: Python 3 library for the Advanced Scientific Data Format

 ASDF (Advanced Scientific Data Format) is a proposed
 next generation interchange format for scientific data. ASDF aims to
 exist in the same middle ground that made FITS so successful, by
 being a hybrid text and binary format: containing human editable
 metadata for interchange, and raw binary data that is fast to load
 and use. Unlike FITS, the metadata is highly structured and is
 designed up-front for extensibility.
 .
 This is the Python 3 package.