samtools 0.1.19-1 source package in Ubuntu


samtools (0.1.19-1) unstable; urgency=low

  cb9bd50 Imported
  1e6d442 new tools ace2sam, bamcheck, plot-bamcheck, r2plot.lua, vcfutils.lua.
  2f2d5c5 debian/copyright: collapsed copyright notices from main holders.
  e194f9e Removed fix_float_tag.patch, corrected upstream.
  9c0e543 Refreshed patches.
  3e7e0ec Renamed no-pileup-tests.patch fix_example_makefile.patch.
  8d8550e example/Makefile: pass -lpthread when compiling calDepth.
  fc32243 harden by concatenating Debian's LDFLAGS and CPPFLAGS in CFLAGS.
  6f75b48 debian/control: normalised with cme.
  e13bb5e debian/control: normalised VCS URLs.
  a1b1b00 debian/control: deleted DM-Upload-Allowed field.
  ddcd54e Use NEWS as upstream changelog.
  81ad760 Conforms to Policy version 3.9.4.

 -- Charles Plessy <email address hidden>  Sat, 30 Mar 2013 17:31:47 +0900

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samtools_0.1.19.orig.tar.gz 544.7 KiB 180c120a040ec660ebecc30ebae664772c0fd503e028173ab2496379bc208c17
samtools_0.1.19-1.debian.tar.gz 10.0 KiB 980683591cb084f5f825baeffb3c7f08acf01a1a13b8f41e3770b3ee731190a3

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samtools: processing sequence alignments in SAM and BAM formats

 Samtools is a set of utilities that manipulate nucleotide sequence alignments
 in the binary BAM format. It imports from and exports to the ascii SAM
 (Sequence Alignment/Map) format, does sorting, merging and indexing, and allows
 to retrieve reads in any regions swiftly. It is designed to work on a stream,
 and is able to open a BAM (not SAM) file on a remote FTP or HTTP server.