ladr 0.0.200911a-2.1build1 source package in Ubuntu

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ladr (0.0.200911a-2.1build1) bionic; urgency=high

  * No change rebuild to pick up -fPIE compiler default

 -- Balint Reczey <email address hidden>  Tue, 03 Apr 2018 12:31:30 +0000

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Balint Reczey on 2018-04-04
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Binary packages built by this source

ladr4-apps: the LADR deduction library, miscellaneous applications

 LADR (Library for Automated Deduction Research) is a library for
 use in constructing theorem provers. Among other useful routines it
 provides facilities for applying inference rules such as resolution
 and paramodulation to clauses. LADR is used by the prover9 theorem
 prover, and by the mace4 countermodel generator.
 .
 This package provides miscellaneous LADR applications.

ladr4-apps-dbgsym: debug symbols for ladr4-apps
libladr-dev: the LADR deduction library, development files

 LADR (Library for Automated Deduction Research) is a library for
 use in constructing theorem provers. Among other useful routines it
 provides facilities for applying inference rules such as resolution
 and paramodulation to clauses. LADR is used by the prover9 theorem
 prover, and by the mace4 countermodel generator.
 .
 This package provides development support files for LADR.

libladr4: the LADR deduction library

 LADR (Library for Automated Deduction Research) is a library for
 use in constructing theorem provers. Among other useful routines it
 provides facilities for applying inference rules such as resolution
 and paramodulation to clauses. LADR is used by the prover9 theorem
 prover, and by the mace4 countermodel generator.

libladr4-dbgsym: debug symbols for libladr4
prover9: theorem prover and countermodel generator

 This package provides the Prover9 resolution/paramodulation theorem
 prover and the Mace4 countermodel generator.
 .
 Prover9 is an automated theorem prover for first-order and equational
 logic. It is a successor of the Otter prover. Prover9 uses the
 inference techniques of ordered resolution and paramodulation with
 literal selection.
 .
 The program Mace4 searches for finite structures satisfying first-order
 and equational statements, the same kind of statement that Prover9
 accepts. If the statement is the denial of some conjecture, any
 structures found by Mace4 are counterexamples to the conjecture.
 .
 Mace4 can be a valuable complement to Prover9, looking for
 counterexamples before (or at the same time as) using Prover9 to search
 for a proof. It can also be used to help debug input clauses and formulas
 for Prover9.

prover9-dbgsym: debug symbols for prover9