lorene 0.0.0~cvs20161116+dfsg-1ubuntu6 source package in Ubuntu

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lorene (0.0.0~cvs20161116+dfsg-1ubuntu6) focal; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for libgcc-s1 package name change.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Tue, 24 Mar 2020 15:07:36 +0100

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liblorene-debian1: liblorene shared library

 LORENE is a set of C++ classes to solve various problems arising in
 numerical relativity, and more generally in computational
 astrophysics. It provides tools to solve partial differential
 equations by means of multi-domain spectral methods.
 .
 This package contains a shared library version of the liblorene library.

liblorene-debian1-dbgsym: debug symbols for liblorene-debian1
liblorene-dev: development files for the LORENE framework for numerical relativity

 LORENE is a set of C++ classes to solve various problems arising in
 numerical relativity, and more generally in computational
 astrophysics. It provides tools to solve partial differential
 equations by means of multi-domain spectral methods.
 .
 This package contains the static libraries and include files
 necessary to build LORENE codes or applications using LORENE.
 .
 Compiling LORENE codes (including some that are shipped in the
 lorene-codes-src package) often requires a Fortran compiler. LORENE
 is configured to use gfortran.

liblorene-export-debian0: liblorene_export shared library

 LORENE is a set of C++ classes to solve various problems arising in
 numerical relativity, and more generally in computational
 astrophysics. It provides tools to solve partial differential
 equations by means of multi-domain spectral methods.
 .
 This package contains a shared library version of the liblorene_export library.

liblorene-export-debian0-dbgsym: debug symbols for liblorene-export-debian0
liblorenef77-debian1: liblorenef77 shared library

 LORENE is a set of C++ classes to solve various problems arising in
 numerical relativity, and more generally in computational
 astrophysics. It provides tools to solve partial differential
 equations by means of multi-domain spectral methods.
 .
 This package contains a shared library version of the liblorenef77 library.

liblorenef77-debian1-dbgsym: debug symbols for liblorenef77-debian1
lorene: framework for numerical relativity

 LORENE is a set of C++ classes to solve various problems arising in
 numerical relativity, and more generally in computational
 astrophysics. It provides tools to solve partial differential
 equations by means of multi-domain spectral methods.
 .
 This metapackage depends on all of the LORENE software
 components. The reference guide is available in the lorene-doc
 package.

lorene-codes-src: source files of LORENE-based codes

 LORENE is a set of C++ classes to solve various problems arising in
 numerical relativity, and more generally in computational
 astrophysics. It provides tools to solve partial differential
 equations by means of multi-domain spectral methods.
 .
 This package contains the source files of several LORENE codes that
 need to be recompiled for each use case. The liblorene-dev package is
 necessary to compile those codes.

lorene-doc: documentation for LORENE

 LORENE is a set of C++ classes to solve various problems arising in
 numerical relativity, and more generally in computational
 astrophysics. It provides tools to solve partial differential
 equations by means of multi-domain spectral methods.
 .
 This package contains the LORENE reference guide