sciplot 1.36-16 source package in Ubuntu


sciplot (1.36-16) unstable; urgency=low

  * bump standards version (debian/control)
  * dh --parallel (debian/rules)
  * dh 9 (debian/compat, debian/control)
  * build using motif instead of lesstif (closes: #714742)
  * move upstream mods into quilt patches

 -- Barak A. Pearlmutter <email address hidden>  Tue, 02 Jul 2013 16:47:45 +0100

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Zesty release on 2016-10-18 universe libs
Xenial release on 2015-10-22 universe libs
Trusty release on 2013-10-18 universe libs


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sciplot_1.36-16.dsc 1.2 KiB fb13c7a0bbaa6d39d8e7482b8b925398196c445cd66e40c999d11bc39456a3b7
sciplot_1.36.orig.tar.gz 80.7 KiB d6f4a504d16227b5c9cd5f41edc4abee180fc7d85c67695c55607c4c65707092
sciplot_1.36-16.debian.tar.gz 6.0 KiB b8912fdd90e0beeb52ec68404b2fabcd6105a6976f3173e02f78f861439df2df

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 The SciPlot Widget is a widget capable of plotting Cartesian or polar
 graphs, including logarithmic axes in Cartesian plots. The widget is
 subclassed directly from the Core widget class, which means that it does
 not depend upon any other widget set. It may be freely used with Athena,
 Motif, or the Open Look/Xview widget sets. (There is optional Motif
 support that causes the widget to be subclassed from XmPrimitive. See
 the man page.)
 Features provided in the widget include automatic scaling, legend drawing,
 axis labeling, PostScript output, multiple plotted lines, color support,
 user font specification, dashed lines, symbols drawn at points, logarithmic
 scales on one or both axes in Cartesian plots, and degrees or radians as
 angles in polar plots.