libhdf4 4.2.13-2 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

libhdf4 (4.2.13-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload.
  * Strip trailing whitespace from changelog.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.1.3, no changes.
  * Update watch file to use HTTPS URL.
  * Move from experimental to unstable.

 -- Bas Couwenberg <email address hidden>  Wed, 10 Jan 2018 16:18:05 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Debian GIS Project on 2018-01-10
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Debian GIS Project
Architectures:
any all
Section:
graphics
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

hdf4-tools: Hierarchical Data Format library -- runtime package

 HDF is a multi-object file format for storing and transferring
 graphical and numerical data mainly used in scientific computing. HDF
 supports several different data models, including multidimensional
 arrays, raster images, and tables.
 Each defines a specific aggregate data type and provides an API for
 reading, writing, and organizing the data and metadata. New data models
 can be added by the HDF developers or users.
 .
 This package includes some basic utilities to view, pack, unpack,
 HDF files.

hdf4-tools-dbgsym: No summary available for hdf4-tools-dbgsym in ubuntu cosmic.

No description available for hdf4-tools-dbgsym in ubuntu cosmic.

libhdf4-0: No summary available for libhdf4-0 in ubuntu cosmic.

No description available for libhdf4-0 in ubuntu cosmic.

libhdf4-0-alt: Hierarchical Data Format library (without NetCDF)

 HDF is a multi-object file format for storing and transferring
 graphical and numerical data mainly used in scientific computing. HDF
 supports several different data models, including multidimensional
 arrays, raster images, and tables. Each defines a specific aggregate
 data type and provides an API for reading, writing, and organizing the
 data and metadata. New data models can be added by the HDF developers
 or users.
 .
 This package contains the HDF run-time libraries which do not
 collide with the NetCDF library namespace. Fortran functions
 are missing in this flavor of the library set.

libhdf4-0-alt-dbgsym: debug symbols for libhdf4-0-alt
libhdf4-0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libhdf4-0
libhdf4-alt-dev: Hierarchical Data Format development files (without NetCDF)

 HDF is a multi-object file format for storing and transferring
 graphical and numerical data mainly used in scientific computing. HDF
 supports several different data models, including multidimensional
 arrays, raster images, and tables.
 Each defines a specific aggregate data type and provides an API for
 reading, writing, and organizing the data and metadata. New data models
 can be added by the HDF developers or users.
 .
 This package contains development stuff, including files and static
 library for the HDF package in the flavor compatible with the
 NetCDF library.

libhdf4-dev: Hierarchical Data Format development files (embedded NetCDF)

 HDF is a multi-object file format for storing and transferring
 graphical and numerical data mainly used in scientific computing. HDF
 supports several different data models, including multidimensional
 arrays, raster images, and tables.
 Each defines a specific aggregate data type and provides an API for
 reading, writing, and organizing the data and metadata. New data models
 can be added by the HDF developers or users.
 .
 This package contains development stuff, including files and static
 library for the HDF package and some HDF API reference manpages.

libhdf4-doc: Hierarchical Data Format library -- documentation

 HDF is a multi-object file format for storing and transferring
 graphical and numerical data mainly used in scientific computing.
 HDF supports several different data models, including multidimensional
 arrays, raster images, and tables.
 Each defines a specific aggregate data type and provides an API for
 reading, writing, and organizing the data and metadata. New data models
 can be added by the HDF developers or users.
 .
 This package contains user guide and reference manual for HDF format
 and API