sgb 1:20210202-1 source package in Ubuntu


sgb (1:20210202-1) unstable; urgency=medium

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sgb: The Stanford GraphBase: combinatorial data and algorithms

 A highly portable collection of programs and data for researchers who
 study combinatorial algorithms and data structures.
 The programs are intended to be interesting in themselves as examples
 of literate programming. Thus, the Stanford GraphBase can also be
 regarded as a collection of approximately 30 essays for programmers
 to enjoy reading, whether or not they are doing algorithmic research.
 The programs are written in CWEB, a combination of TeX and C that is
 easy to use by anyone who knows those languages and easy to read by
 anyone familiar with the rudiments of C.
 This package contains only the libraries and the demonstration
 programs; for the readable source code, which forms the documentation
 as well, see the sgb-doc package.

sgb-dbgsym: debug symbols for sgb
sgb-doc: Documentation for the Stanford GraphBase

 This package contains the source code for the GraphBase library, which
 forms the major documentation of the package. It will be installed in
 The source code is written in CWEB, a combination of TeX and C, using a
 very readable literate programming style, making the code a joy to read.