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(new) emboss-data_6.3.1-7~bpo60+1_all.deb optional science
data files for the EMBOSS package
 This package includes data files needed by EMBOSS, the European Molecular
 Biology Open Software Suite.
(new) emboss-doc_6.3.1-7~bpo60+1_all.deb optional doc
documentation for EMBOSS
 This package includes non-essential user documentation for EMBOSS, the
 European Molecular Biology Open Software Suite.
(new) emboss-lib_6.3.1-7~bpo60+1_amd64.deb optional science
EMBOSS Libraries
 This package contains the core libraries of the European Molecular Biology
 Open Software Suite, EMBOSS.
 .
 AJAX covers standard data structures, including strings, sequences, file
 handles, queues, hashes, heaps, lists, dictionaries, trees and dynamic
 arrays. It also covers standard algorithms including comparisons, pattern
 matching, sorting, and iterators. AJAX will also provide a set of high level
 graphics functions suited to the needs of sequence analysis applications.
 .
 The NUCLEUS library provides higher-level functions specific to molecular
 sequence analysis, including sequence comparisons, translation, codon usage
 and annotation.
 .
 It also contains a eplplot, an EMBOSS, a fork of the plplot library.
 .
 In Debian, these libraries are to be considered private.
(new) emboss-test_6.3.1-7~bpo60+1_all.deb optional misc
test files for the EMBOSS package
 This package includes test files for EMBOSS, the European Molecular Biology
 Open Software Suite.
 .
 It is a good idea to use the data from this package for your bug reports when
 possible.
(new) emboss_6.3.1-7~bpo60+1.diff.gz optional science
(new) emboss_6.3.1-7~bpo60+1.dsc optional science
(new) emboss_6.3.1-7~bpo60+1_amd64.deb optional science
the european molecular biology open software suite
 EMBOSS is a free Open Source software analysis package specially developed for
 the needs of the molecular biology (e.g. EMBnet) user community. The software
 automatically copes with data in a variety of formats and even allows
 transparent retrieval of sequence data from the web. Also, as extensive
 libraries are provided with the package, it is a platform to allow other
 scientists to develop and release software in true open source spirit. EMBOSS
 also integrates a range of currently available packages and tools for sequence
 analysis into a seamless whole. EMBOSS breaks the historical trend towards
 commercial software packages.
(new) emboss_6.3.1.orig.tar.gz optional science
(new) jemboss_6.3.1-7~bpo60+1_all.deb optional science
graphical user interface to EMBOSS
 Jemboss is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) to EMBOSS, the European Molecular
 Biology Open Software Suite. It is part of the EMBOSS distribution.
Changes: emboss (6.3.1-7~bpo60+1) squeeze-backports; urgency=low
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  * Backport for Squeeze (no changes needed).
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emboss (6.3.1-6) unstable; urgency=low
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  * All EMBOSS libraries are to be considered private. The libajax* and
    libnucleus* are merged in the emboss-lib package, which is moved
    from the ‘libs’ to the ‘science’ section. Closes: #595613.
  * Added a Lintian override for the convenience copy of the PCRE
    library (debian/emboss-lib.lintian-overrides).
  * Build-depend on libhpdf-dev for PDF support, removed erroneous build
    dependance on libpcre3-dev (debian/control).
  * Added dependance on emboss to jemboss (debian/control).
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emboss (6.3.1-5) unstable; urgency=low
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  * New upstream patch, version 1-4.
  * Restore original config.* files in the clean target if the unpacked
    source package is a git repository (debian/rules).
 .
emboss (6.3.1-4) unstable; urgency=low
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  * New upstream patch, version 1-2.
  * Unset LS_COLORS in debian/rules (see #592089).
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emboss (6.3.1-3) unstable; urgency=low
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  * Use default Java instead of OpenJDK (debian/control, debian/rules,
    closes: #590553, thanks to Petr Salinger).
  * Incremented Standards-Version in debian/control to reflect conformance
    with Debian Policy 3.9.1 (no changes needed).
 .
emboss (6.3.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
 .
  * First upstream patch for version 6.3.1 (debian/series,
    debian/patches/official-upstream-patch.patch).
  * Moved openjdk-6-jdk to Build-Depends (debian/control, closes: #589897).
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emboss (6.3.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
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  * New upstream release.
    - Dropped debian/patches/official-upstream-patch.patch.
    - Refreshed the manual pages (debian/*manpages*).
  * Incremented Standards-Version in debian/control to reflect conformance
    with Debian Policy 3.9.0 (no changes needed).
  * Keep and restore a clean copy of the test directory, closes: #587170.
  * Build against Debian's zlib and expat libraries (debian/rules,
    debian/control, deleted debian/libajax6.lintian-overrides).
  * Added support for MySQL and PostgreSQL (debian/control, debian/rules).
  * Added symbols files for emboss-libs, libajax6 and libnucleus6. This
    will prevent mixing incompatible binary packages (LP: 526356).
 .
emboss (6.2.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
 .
  * Updated debian/patches/official-upstream-patch.patch to version 1-19.
 .
emboss (6.2.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
 .
  * New upstream release.
  * Dropped useless dependency on csh | c-shell for emboss (LP: 525662).
  * Incremented Standards-Version in debian/control to reflect conformance
    with Policy 3.8.4 (no changes needed).
  * Detected a zlib convenience copy; added debian/emboss.lintian-overrides
    until Upstream confirms that EMBOSS can build on latest pristine zlib
    (See http://lists.open-bio.org/pipermail/emboss/2010-May/003915.html).


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