gyoto 1.0.2-2ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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gyoto (1.0.2-2ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable.  Remaining changes:
    - Rename library packages for g++5 ABI transition.

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Fri, 12 Feb 2016 12:52:38 +0100

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Gianfranco Costamagna on 2016-02-12
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gyoto: General relativistic ray-tracing

 Gyoto is a framework for computing geodesics in curved
 space-times. The gyoto utility program uses this framework to compute
 images of astronomical objects in the vicinity of compact objects
 (e.g. black-holes). Such images are distorted by strong gravitational
 lensing. The gyoto program takes a scenery description in XML format,
 computes this scenery using relativistic ray-tracing, and saves the
 result in FITS format.
 .
 More complex uses of the Gyoto framework can be achieved using the
 yorick-gyoto, python-gyoto or python3-gyoto packages. Gyoto can be
 extended with plug-ins (see libgyoto4-dev).
 .
 MPI parallelization requires the mpi-default-bin package.

gyoto-dbg: debugging symbols for gyoto, libgyoto4v5 and yorick-gyoto

 Gyoto aims at providing a framework for computing orbits and
 ray-traced images in General relativity. It consists in a shared
 library (this package), utility programs (in the gyoto package), and
 a plug-in for the Yorick and Python 2 and 3 programing language (in
 yorick-gyoto, python-gyoto and python3-gyoto).
 .
 This package contains the debugging symbols for the gyoto, libgyoto4v5,
 yorick-gyoto, python-gyoto and python3-gyoto packages.

gyoto-dbgsym: debug symbols for package gyoto

 Gyoto is a framework for computing geodesics in curved
 space-times. The gyoto utility program uses this framework to compute
 images of astronomical objects in the vicinity of compact objects
 (e.g. black-holes). Such images are distorted by strong gravitational
 lensing. The gyoto program takes a scenery description in XML format,
 computes this scenery using relativistic ray-tracing, and saves the
 result in FITS format.
 .
 More complex uses of the Gyoto framework can be achieved using the
 yorick-gyoto, python-gyoto or python3-gyoto packages. Gyoto can be
 extended with plug-ins (see libgyoto4-dev).
 .
 MPI parallelization requires the mpi-default-bin package.

gyoto-doc: documentation for the Gyoto library

 Gyoto aims at providing a framework for computing orbits and
 ray-traced images in General relativity. It consists in a library
 (libgyoto), utility programs, and a plug-in for the Yorick programing
 language.
 .
 This package contains the Gyoto Reference Manual.

libgyoto4-dev: No summary available for libgyoto4-dev in ubuntu yakkety.

No description available for libgyoto4-dev in ubuntu yakkety.

libgyoto4-dev-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libgyoto4-dev

 Gyoto aims at providing a framework for computing orbits and
 ray-traced images in General relativity.
 .
 This package provides the files necessary to compile Gyoto plugins
 and codes using the libgyoto library.

libgyoto4v5: General relativistic geodesic integration and ray-tracing

 Gyoto aims at providing a framework for computing orbits and
 ray-traced images in General relativity. It consists in a shared
 library (this package), utility programs (in the gyoto package), and
 a plug-in for the Yorick and Python 2 and 3 programing languages (in
 yorick-gyoto, python-gyoto and python3-gyoto respectively). Gyoto can
 be extended with plug-ins (see libgyoto4-dev).
 .
 MPI parallelization requires the gyoto and mpi-default-bin packages.

libgyoto4v5-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libgyoto4v5

 Gyoto aims at providing a framework for computing orbits and
 ray-traced images in General relativity. It consists in a shared
 library (this package), utility programs (in the gyoto package), and
 a plug-in for the Yorick and Python 2 and 3 programing languages (in
 yorick-gyoto, python-gyoto and python3-gyoto respectively). Gyoto can
 be extended with plug-ins (see libgyoto4-dev).
 .
 MPI parallelization requires the gyoto and mpi-default-bin packages.

python-gyoto: General relativistic geodesic integration for the Python 2 language

 Gyoto aims at providing a framework for computing orbits and
 ray-traced images in General relativity.
 .
 This package provides an extension for the Python 2 programing language
 exposing the Gyoto facilities. It allows using Gyoto interactively
 from the Python prompt or running complex Gyoto scripts.

python3-gyoto: General relativistic geodesic integration for the Python 3 language

 Gyoto aims at providing a framework for computing orbits and
 ray-traced images in General relativity.
 .
 This package provides an extension for the Python 3 programing language
 exposing the Gyoto facilities. It allows using Gyoto interactively
 from the Python 3 prompt or running complex Gyoto scripts.

yorick-gyoto: General relativistic geodesic integration for the Yorick language

 Gyoto aims at providing a framework for computing orbits and
 ray-traced images in General relativity.
 .
 This package provides a plug-in for the Yorick programing language
 exposing the Gyoto facilities. It allows using Gyoto interactively
 from the yorick prompt or running complex Gyoto scripts.

yorick-gyoto-dbgsym: No summary available for yorick-gyoto-dbgsym in ubuntu yakkety.

No description available for yorick-gyoto-dbgsym in ubuntu yakkety.