cimg 1.7.9+dfsg-2build1 source package in Ubuntu

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cimg (1.7.9+dfsg-2build1) bionic; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild against OpenCV 3.2.

 -- Mattia Rizzolo <email address hidden>  Sun, 29 Oct 2017 12:25:23 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Mattia Rizzolo on 2017-10-29
Uploaded to:
Bionic
Original maintainer:
Debian Science Team
Architectures:
all
Section:
math
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Bionic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64

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cimg_1.7.9+dfsg-2build1.debian.tar.xz 17.0 KiB 206536492067d5b768ccf2706eea0f06dab90ef04fca82784c1a7140f4182c78
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cimg-dev: powerful image processing library

 The CImg Library is a C++ toolkit providing simple classes and functions
 to load, save, process and display images in your own C++ code. It consists
 only of a single header file CImg.h that must be included in your program
 source. It contains useful image processing algorithms for loading/saving,
 resizing/rotating, filtering, object drawing (text, lines, faces,
 ellipses, ...), etc.
 .
 Images are instantiated by a class able to represent images up to 4-dimension
 wide (from 1-D scalar signals to 3-D volumes of vector-valued pixels), with
 template pixel types. It depends on a minimal number of libraries : you can
 compile it with only standard C libraries. No need for exotic libraries and
 complex dependencies.

cimg-doc: documentation of cimg-dev imaging library

 The CImg Library is a C++ toolkit providing simple classes and functions
 to load, save, process and display images in your own C++ code. It consists
 only of a single header file CImg.h that must be included in your program
 source. It contains useful image processing algorithms for loading/saving,
 resizing/rotating, filtering, object drawing (text, lines, faces,
 ellipses, ...), etc.
 .
 Images are instantiated by a class able to represent images up to 4-dimension
 wide (from 1-D scalar signals to 3-D volumes of vector-valued pixels), with
 template pixel types. It depends on a minimal number of libraries : you can
 compile it with only standard C libraries. No need for exotic libraries and
 complex dependencies.
 .
 This package contains the documentation.

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