aqsis 1.6.0-8ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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aqsis (1.6.0-8ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * Merge from debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - added transitional package aqsis-data to install aqsis-examples
    - bump Replaces and Breaks version on aqsis-data in aqsis-examples package,
      to avoid having aqsis-data and aqsis-examples on upgrades.

aqsis (1.6.0-8) unstable; urgency=low

  * Remove the use of special "CXXFLAGS" in debian/rules, use default
    ones
  * Removed Vcs-Hg and Vcs-Browser in "control" file, they point to
    upstream and not the Debian packaging
  * Quell lintian issues:
    - unneeded-build-dep-on-quilt: remove from Build-Depends

aqsis (1.6.0-7) unstable; urgency=low

  * Build-Depends on libjpeg-dev instead of libjpeg62-dev (Closes: #633687)

aqsis (1.6.0-6) unstable; urgency=low

  * Changed debhelper compat to level 8 (level 7 before), no changes needed
  * debhelper compat level 8 generates symbols files for shared libraries,
    quells lintian warning "no-symbols-control-file"
  * Change Maintainer to myself, I've been the only effective maintainer since
    2007, for more than a year now
 -- Felix Geyer <email address hidden>   Fri, 28 Oct 2011 12:11:20 +0200

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Felix Geyer on 2011-10-28
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Original maintainer:
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Architectures:
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Section:
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Urgency:
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aqsis: 3D rendering solution adhering to the RenderMan(R) standard, binaries

 Aqsis is a high quality, photorealistic, 3D rendering solution. It complies
 with the RenderMan(R) interface standard defined by Pixar.
 .
 The RenderMan(R) standard has been used in film and television visual effects
 since it's introduction in 1989. Pixar has used their own implementation for
 all of their award winning CG features, and provided their implementation for
 use in the visual effects of most major blockbuster films over the last 2
 decades. The Aqsis project offers a way for individuals and organisations alike
 to gain experience with the RenderMan(R) interface without the cost of
 commercial software licenses.
 .
 This package contains the Aqsis binaries (command line rendering tool, a tool
 for compiling shaders in the RSL language and a tool for preparing textures for
 optimal use).

aqsis-data: No summary available for aqsis-data in ubuntu quantal.

No description available for aqsis-data in ubuntu quantal.

aqsis-examples: No summary available for aqsis-examples in ubuntu quantal.

No description available for aqsis-examples in ubuntu quantal.

libaqsis-dev: 3D rendering solution adhering to the RenderMan(R) standard, development files

 Aqsis is a high quality, photorealistic, 3D rendering solution. It complies
 with the RenderMan(R) interface standard defined by Pixar.
 .
 The RenderMan(R) standard has been used in film and television visual effects
 since it's introduction in 1989. Pixar has used their own implementation for
 all of their award winning CG features, and provided their implementation for
 use in the visual effects of most major blockbuster films over the last 2
 decades. The Aqsis project offers a way for individuals and organisations alike
 to gain experience with the RenderMan(R) interface without the cost of
 commercial software licenses.
 .
 This package contains the Aqsis development files.

libaqsis1: 3D rendering solution adhering to the RenderMan(R) standard, shared libs

 Aqsis is a high quality, photorealistic, 3D rendering solution. It complies
 with the RenderMan(R) interface standard defined by Pixar.
 .
 The RenderMan(R) standard has been used in film and television visual effects
 since it's introduction in 1989. Pixar has used their own implementation for
 all of their award winning CG features, and provided their implementation for
 use in the visual effects of most major blockbuster films over the last 2
 decades. The Aqsis project offers a way for individuals and organisations alike
 to gain experience with the RenderMan(R) interface without the cost of
 commercial software licenses.
 .
 This package contains the Aqsis shared libraries.