swarp 2.38.0+dfsg-3 source package in Ubuntu

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swarp (2.38.0+dfsg-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Don't apply the RMS threshold twice. This is still unapproved by upstream.
    Closes: #812432
  * Push standards version to 3.9.7. No changes needed.

 -- Ole Streicher <email address hidden>  Mon, 08 Feb 2016 16:03:35 +0100

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Debian Astronomy Maintainers on 2016-02-08
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Binary packages built by this source

swarp: Resample and co-add together FITS images

 Resample and co-add together FITS images using any arbitrary astrometric
 projection defined in the WCS standard. The main features of SWarp
 are:
 .
  * FITS format (including multi-extensions) in input and output,
  * Full handling of weight-maps in input and output,
  * Ability to work with very large images (up to 500 Mpixels on
    32-bit machines and 10^6 Tpixels with 64-bits), thanks to customized
    virtual-memory-mapping and buffering,
  * Works with arrays in up to 9 dimensions (including or not two spherical
    coordinates),
  * Selectable high-order interpolation method (up to 8-tap filters) in any
    dimension,
  * Compatible with WCS and TNX (IRAF) astrometric descriptions,
  * Support for equatorial, galactic and equatorial coordinate systems,
  * Astrometric and photometric parameters are read from FITS headers or
    external ASCIIfiles,
  * Built-in background subtraction,
  * Built-in noise-level measurement for automatic weighting,
  * Automatic centering and sizing functions of the output field,
  * Multi-threaded code with load-balancing to take advantageof multiple
    processors.
  * XML VOTable-compliant output of meta-data.

swarp-dbgsym: debug symbols for package swarp

 Resample and co-add together FITS images using any arbitrary astrometric
 projection defined in the WCS standard. The main features of SWarp
 are:
 .
  * FITS format (including multi-extensions) in input and output,
  * Full handling of weight-maps in input and output,
  * Ability to work with very large images (up to 500 Mpixels on
    32-bit machines and 10^6 Tpixels with 64-bits), thanks to customized
    virtual-memory-mapping and buffering,
  * Works with arrays in up to 9 dimensions (including or not two spherical
    coordinates),
  * Selectable high-order interpolation method (up to 8-tap filters) in any
    dimension,
  * Compatible with WCS and TNX (IRAF) astrometric descriptions,
  * Support for equatorial, galactic and equatorial coordinate systems,
  * Astrometric and photometric parameters are read from FITS headers or
    external ASCIIfiles,
  * Built-in background subtraction,
  * Built-in noise-level measurement for automatic weighting,
  * Automatic centering and sizing functions of the output field,
  * Multi-threaded code with load-balancing to take advantageof multiple
    processors.
  * XML VOTable-compliant output of meta-data.