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Accepted gnuastro 0.4-1 (source) into unstable

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Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2017 01:58:54 +0200
Source: gnuastro
Binary: libgnuastro2 libgnuastro-dev gnuastro
Architecture: source
Version: 0.4-1
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Astro Team <debian-astro-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Changed-By: Mohammad Akhlaghi <akhlaghi@gnu.org>
 gnuastro   - GNU Astronomy Utilities programs
 libgnuastro-dev - GNU Astronomy Utilities development files
 libgnuastro2 - GNU Astronomy Utilities shared libraries
 gnuastro (0.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * This is a major Gnuastro release, so the Debian release is now also
     being changed to unstable.
   * All programs: `.fit' is now a recognized FITS file suffix.
   * All programs: ASCII text files (tables) created with CRLF line
     terminators (for example text files created in MS Windows) are now also
     readable as input when necessary.
   * Arithmetic: now has a new `--globalhdu' (`-g') option which can be used
     once for all the input images.
   * MakeNoise: with the new `--sigma' (`-s') option, it is now possible to
     directly request the noise sigma or standard deviation. When this option
     is called, the `--background', `--zeropoint' and other option values will
     be ignored.
   * MakeProfiles: the new `distance' profile will save the radial distance of
     each pixel. This may be used to define your own profiles that are not
     currently supported in MakeProfiles.
   * MakeProfiles: with the new `--mcolisbrightness' ("mcol-is-brightness")
     option, the `--mcol' values of the catalog will be interpretted as total
     brightness (sum of pixel values), not magnitude.
   * NoiseChisel: with the new `--dilatengb' option, it is now possible to
     identify the connectivity of the final dilation.
   * Library: Functions that read data from an ASCII text file
     (`gal_txt_table_info', `gal_txt_table_read', `gal_txt_image_read') now
     also operate on files with CRLF line terminators.
   * Crop: The new `--center' option is now used to define the center of a
     single crop. Hence the old `--ra', `--dec', `--xc', `--yc' have been
     removed. This new option can take multiple values (one value for each
     dimension). Fractions are also acceptable.
   * Crop: The new `--width' option is now used to define the width of a
     single crop. Hence the old `--iwidth', `--wwidth' were removed. The units
     to interpret the value to the option are specified by the `--mode'
     option. With the new `--width' option it is also possible to define a
     non-square crop (different widths along each dimension). In WCS mode, its
     units are no longer arcseconds but are the same units of the WCS (degrees
     for angles). `--width' can also accept fractions. So to set a width of 5
     arcseconds, you can give it a value of `5/3600' for the angular
   * Crop: The new `--coordcol' option is now used to determine the catalog
     columns that define coordinates. Hence the old `--racol', `--deccol',
     `--xcol', and `--ycol' have been removed. This new option can be called
     multiple times and the order of its calling will be used for the column
     containing the center in the respective dimension (in FITS format).
   * MakeNoise: the old `--stdadd' (`-s') option has been renamed to
     `--instrumental' (`-i') to be more clear.
   * `gal_data_free_contents': when the input `gal_data_t' is a tile, its
     `array' element will not be freed. This enables safe usage of this
     function (and thus `gal_data_free') on tiles without worrying about the
     memory block associated with the tile.
   * `gal_box_bound_ellipse' is the new name for the old
     `gal_box_ellipse_in_box' (to be more clear and avoid repetition of the
     term `box'). The input position angle is now also in degrees, not
   * `gal_box_overlap' now works on data of any dimensionality and thus also
     needs the number of dimensions (elements in each input array).
   * `gal_box_border_from_center' now accepts an array of coordinates as one
     argument and the number of dimensions as another. This allows it to work
     on any dimensionality.
   * `gal_fits_img_info' now also returns the name and units of the dataset
     (if they aren't NULL). So it takes two extra arguments.
   * `gal_wcs_pixel_scale' now replaces the old `gal_wcs_pixel_scale_deg',
     since it doesn't only apply to degrees. The pixel scale units are defined
     by the units of the WCS.
   * `GAL_TILE_PARSE_OPERATE' (only when `OTHER' is given) can now parse and
     operate on different datasets independent of the size of allocated block
     of memory (the tile sizes of `IN' and `OTHER' have to be identical, but
     not their allocated blocks of memory). Until now, it was necessary for
     the two blocks to have the same size and this is no longer the case.
   * Warp's align matrix when second dimension must be reversed - fixed.
   * Reading BZERO for unsigned 64-bit integers - fixed.
   * Arithmetic with one file and no operators - fixed.
   * NoiseChisel segfault when detection contains no clumps - fixed.
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 9c8a585e09cd70ca1f227334e61fb63d7cfd34011bab384a172c048495ecd7f3 2145 gnuastro_0.4-1.dsc
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 99f86b88d54c8a75b70db96f121f4acd768d11f3f4ce85b41e7d52b7b98f9ff5 7688 gnuastro_0.4-1.debian.tar.xz
 c44cfc3c639e8e59a33794292c05976b 2145 science optional gnuastro_0.4-1.dsc
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 83ffd50ed1e48ceb7172dd6f42a803fd 7688 science optional gnuastro_0.4-1.debian.tar.xz



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