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octave-plplot: intention to package

Hurrying before the slink freeze, here is my intention to package:

 Package: octave-plplot
 Version: 0.3-1
 Section: math
 Priority: optional
 Architecture: i386
 Depends: libc6 (>= 2.0.7u), libstdc++2.9, tcl8.0 (>=8.0.3), tk8.0 (>=8.0.3), xlib6g (>= 3.3-5), octave, plplot-tcl (>= 4.99j-5)
 Installed-Size: 520
 Maintainer: Rafael Laboissiere <rafael@icp.inpg.fr>
 Description: PLplot interface for Octave
  This package enables you to use PLplot from within Octave.  When this
  package is installed, all the plotting funtions of octave are
  replaced by corresponding PLplot ones.
  Using it instead of the regular gnuplot interface, you have the
  following advantages:
  - Use a superior plotting package, having access to dozens of
    plotting commands, enabling you to customize your plots at your
  - Still use the same plot commands that you are familiarized, if you
    really want to.
  - Have some new and long waited ploting command scripts.
  Besides having acess to all PLplot API commands, and all Octave usual
  commands, some with some improvements, new commands are
  available. They are: autostyle, ginput, grid, gtext, legend, cmap,
  pldef, save_fig, set_view, shade, contour, stripc, stripc_add,
  stripc_del, tdeblank, text, xticks, and zoom.

[This will be a great improvement for Octave, IMHO.]

Actually, I already packaged it.  It is lintian-clean and all the demos
are working.  I have just a problem with the copyright, as there is no
copyright notice in the upstream source.  I obtained it from the
octave-sources mailing list, so I am assuming that it is in the public
domain.  I will upload it to slink/main, if nobody objects.  (This
message is being Cc;'d to the author, so he can react if I am not doing
the right thing).

Rafael Laboissiere
Institut de la Communication Parlee | Email: rafael@icp.inpg.fr
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