*To*: debian-l10n-english@lists.debian.org*Cc*: elmerfem@packages.debian.org*Subject*: Re: [RFR] templates://elmerfem/{elmer.templates}*From*: Justin B Rye <jbr@edlug.org.uk>*Date*: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 13:31:34 +0100*Message-id*: <20090723123134.GA8580@xibalba.demon.co.uk>*Mail-followup-to*: debian-l10n-english@lists.debian.org, elmerfem@packages.debian.org*In-reply-to*: <SmithReviewDebconf-elmerfem-rfr-1248337924@mykerinos>*References*: <SmithReviewDebconf-elmerfem-intent-1248014960@mykerinos> <SmithReviewDebconf-elmerfem-rfr-1248337924@mykerinos>

Christian Perrier wrote: > Template: elmer/models [...] > + Elmer can solve equations from many models. In order to > avoid excessive crowding of the ElmerGUI interface, only certain models are > + included at a given time. For more information on models, visit the website > at http://www.csc.fi/elmer and look at the Elmer Models Manual (in > Documentation). http://www.csc.fi/elmer/ and http://www.csc.fi/elmer/documentation both seem to redirect to http://www.csc.fi/english/pages/elmer, so why not just point directly at the page it's trying to herd us towards... See the Elmer Models Manual at http://www.csc.fi/english/pages/elmer/documentation. > Please select the models you would like to include in ElmerGUI from the list > + below. Note that this will not affect the availability of models in the ^^^^^ s/below/somewhere^W/ Then in the control file: > Uploaders: "Adam C. Powell, IV" <hazelsct@debian.org> I notice that comma in your versioning's causing some trouble in the PTS... I hope you don't end up needing an epoch. > Package: elmer [...] > +Description: finite element package for multiphysics problems When it says it's a "package", it means in the confusing upstream Fortran-package sense - a description of the suite, not the individual Debian package. I'd steal a phrase from the website: Description: finite element multiphysics suite - binaries > The Elmer open source mutiphysics simulation package includes physical models ^l The one thing I know about multiphysics is how you spell it. "Open source" goes without saying here. Now for a wave of trivial punctuation consistency-fixes: > of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer and ^, > Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and > (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems ^, > resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and ^excess space > several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. > . > Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, > research institutes and industry. ^, (Does this last paragraph really need to be repeated in the boilerplate?) Then: > Package: elmer-common [...] > Description: Elmer multiphysics finite element architecture-independent files There's a missing word or something - is "finite element" modifying "files"? Description: finite element multiphysics suite - architecture-independent files And likewise: > Package: libelmersolver-5.5.0 [...] > Description: Elmer multiphysics finite element solver library Becomes: Description: finite element multiphysics suite - library And finally: > Package: libelmer-dev [...] > Description: Elmer multiphysics FEA development files ("FEA" = Finite Element Analysis) Description: finite element multiphysics suite - development files > This package contains the static libraries eio, huti and matc and their header > files, which are used for developing Elmer, as well as the Elmer solver shared > library symlink. You do not need this to run Elmer. It occurs to me as I fiddle with the commas: what good is this symlink, if it's not one of the things developers use and it's not needed otherwise? Reorganise: This package contains the static libraries and header files for eio, huti, and matc, as well as the Elmer solver shared library symlink. These are used for developing Elmer, and are not needed to run the software. -- JBR with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package

--- ../elmerfem-5.5.0.svn.4214.dfsg.pristine/debian/elmer.templates 2009-07-15 10:02:17.000000000 +0100 +++ debian/elmer.templates 2009-07-23 13:23:25.000000000 +0100 @@ -2,16 +2,12 @@ Type: multiselect Choices: helmholtz, navier-stokes, resultoutput, heatequation, linearelasticity, k-epsilon, meshdeform, elasticplate, electrostatics, freesurface, poissonboltzmann, reynolds, saveline, savescalars, statcurrent Default: helmholtz, navier-stokes, resultoutput, heatequation, linearelasticity, k-epsilon, meshdeform -_Description: Elmer models to include in ElmerGUI - Elmer can solve equations from the many models listed below. In order to +_Description: Elmer models to include in ElmerGUI: + Elmer can solve equations from many models. In order to avoid excessive crowding of the ElmerGUI interface, only certain models are - included at a given time. For more information on models, visit the website - at http://www.csc.fi/elmer and look at the Elmer Models Manual (in - Documentation). + included at a given time. See the Elmer Models Manual at + http://www.csc.fi/english/pages/elmer/documentation. . - Please select the models you would like to include in ElmerGUI from the list - below. Note that this will not affect the availability of models in the + Please select the models you would like to include in ElmerGUI from the list. + Note that this will not affect the availability of models in the solver, only their presence in the graphical interface. - . - You can add or remove models later by using "dpkg-reconfigure elmer" at - the command line, or using "Package | Configure..." in Synaptic. --- ../elmerfem-5.5.0.svn.4214.dfsg.pristine/debian/control 2009-07-15 10:02:17.000000000 +0100 +++ debian/control 2009-07-23 13:27:21.000000000 +0100 @@ -18,21 +18,21 @@ Architecture: any Section: science Depends: elmer-common (= ${source:Version}), ${shlibs:Depends}, mpi-default-bin, ${misc:Depends} -Description: Finite element package for multiphysics problems - The Elmer open source mutiphysics simulation package includes physical models - of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer and +Description: finite element multiphysics suite - binaries + The Elmer multiphysics simulation package includes physical models of + fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and acoustics, among others. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). . Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and - (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems - resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and + (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK, and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems + resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. . Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, - research institutes and industry. + research institutes, and industry. . - This package contains the Elmer binaries, including the solver (single- and + This package provides the Elmer binaries, including the solver (single- and multi-processor versions), GUI, and post-processor. Package: elmer-common @@ -40,21 +40,21 @@ Section: science Depends: ttf-freefont, ${misc:Depends} Recommends: elmer (>= ${source:Version}) -Description: Elmer multiphysics finite element architecture-independent files - The Elmer open source mutiphysics simulation package includes physical models - of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer and +Description: finite element multiphysics suite - architecture-independent files + The Elmer multiphysics simulation package includes physical models of + fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and acoustics, among others. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). . Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and - (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems - resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and + (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK, and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems + resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. . Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, - research institutes and industry. + research institutes, and industry. . - This package contains the architecture-independent files for Elmer. + This package provides the architecture-independent files for Elmer. Package: libelmersolver-5.5.0 Architecture: any @@ -63,40 +63,40 @@ Suggests: libelmer-dev Conflicts: libelmersolver-5.4.1 Replaces: libelmersolver-5.4.1 -Description: Elmer multiphysics finite element solver library - The Elmer open source mutiphysics simulation package includes physical models - of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer and +Description: finite element multiphysics suite - library + The Elmer multiphysics simulation package includes physical models of + fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and acoustics, among others. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). . Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and - (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems - resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and + (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK, and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems + resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. . Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, - research institutes and industry. + research institutes, and industry. . - This package contains the Elmer solver shared library. + This package provides the Elmer solver shared library. Package: libelmer-dev Architecture: any Depends: elmer (= ${binary:Version}), libelmersolver-5.5.0 (= ${binary:Version}), libarpack2-dev, ${misc:Depends} Section: libdevel -Description: Elmer multiphysics FEA development files - The Elmer open source mutiphysics simulation package includes physical models - of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer and +Description: finite element multiphysics suite - development files + The Elmer multiphysics simulation package includes physical models of + fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and acoustics, among others. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). . Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and - (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems - resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and + (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK, and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems + resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. . Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, - research institutes and industry. + research institutes, and industry. . - This package contains the static libraries eio, huti and matc and their header - files, which are used for developing Elmer, as well as the Elmer solver shared - library symlink. You do not need this to run Elmer. + This package contains the static libraries and header files for eio, huti, and + matc, as well as the Elmer solver shared library symlink. These are used for + developing Elmer, and are not needed to run the software.

Template: elmer/models Type: multiselect Choices: helmholtz, navier-stokes, resultoutput, heatequation, linearelasticity, k-epsilon, meshdeform, elasticplate, electrostatics, freesurface, poissonboltzmann, reynolds, saveline, savescalars, statcurrent Default: helmholtz, navier-stokes, resultoutput, heatequation, linearelasticity, k-epsilon, meshdeform _Description: Elmer models to include in ElmerGUI: Elmer can solve equations from many models. In order to avoid excessive crowding of the ElmerGUI interface, only certain models are included at a given time. See the Elmer Models Manual at http://www.csc.fi/english/pages/elmer/documentation. . Please select the models you would like to include in ElmerGUI from the list. Note that this will not affect the availability of models in the solver, only their presence in the graphical interface.

Source: elmerfem Section: science Priority: extra Maintainer: Debian Science Maintainers <debian-science-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org> Uploaders: "Adam C. Powell, IV" <hazelsct@debian.org> Standards-Version: 3.8.2 Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 5), po-debconf, quilt, autoconf, automake, gfortran, libblas-dev, liblapack-dev, mpi-default-dev, mpi-default-bin, libhypre-dev, libsuitesparse-dev, libarpack2-dev, libreadline5-dev, libncurses5-dev, libx11-dev, tk8.4-dev, tcl8.4-dev, libfreetype6-dev, libftgl-dev, libgl1-mesa-dev | libgl-dev, libglu1-mesa-dev | libglu-dev, libopencascade-modeling-dev, libqt4-dev, qt4-qmake, libqt4-opengl-dev, libqwt5-qt4-dev, libvtk5-qt4-dev, python-qt4-dev, libscotchmetis-dev, r-base-core Homepage: http://www.csc.fi/elmer/ Package: elmer Architecture: any Section: science Depends: elmer-common (= ${source:Version}), ${shlibs:Depends}, mpi-default-bin, ${misc:Depends} Description: finite element multiphysics suite - binaries The Elmer multiphysics simulation package includes physical models of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and acoustics, among others. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). . Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK, and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. . Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, research institutes, and industry. . This package provides the Elmer binaries, including the solver (single- and multi-processor versions), GUI, and post-processor. Package: elmer-common Architecture: all Section: science Depends: ttf-freefont, ${misc:Depends} Recommends: elmer (>= ${source:Version}) Description: finite element multiphysics suite - architecture-independent files The Elmer multiphysics simulation package includes physical models of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and acoustics, among others. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). . Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK, and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. . Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, research institutes, and industry. . This package provides the architecture-independent files for Elmer. Package: libelmersolver-5.5.0 Architecture: any Section: libs Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends} Suggests: libelmer-dev Conflicts: libelmersolver-5.4.1 Replaces: libelmersolver-5.4.1 Description: finite element multiphysics suite - library The Elmer multiphysics simulation package includes physical models of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and acoustics, among others. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). . Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK, and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. . Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, research institutes, and industry. . This package provides the Elmer solver shared library. Package: libelmer-dev Architecture: any Depends: elmer (= ${binary:Version}), libelmersolver-5.5.0 (= ${binary:Version}), libarpack2-dev, ${misc:Depends} Section: libdevel Description: finite element multiphysics suite - development files The Elmer multiphysics simulation package includes physical models of fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and acoustics, among others. These are described by partial differential equations which Elmer solves by the Finite Element Method (FEM). . Elmer uses METIS (or its free counterpart Scotch) for mesh partitioning, and (P)ARPACK, UMFPACK, BLAS/LAPACK, and hypre to solve the sparse linear systems resulting from FEM discretization. It includes pre- and post-processors, and several examples illustrating simulation of various physical phenomena. . Elmer's lead institution is CSC in collaboration with Finnish universities, research institutes, and industry. . This package contains the static libraries and header files for eio, huti, and matc, as well as the Elmer solver shared library symlink. These are used for developing Elmer, and are not needed to run the software.

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