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[LCFC2] templates://matlab-support/{matlab-support.templates}

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Template: matlab-support/title
Type: title
_description: MATLAB interface configuration

Template: matlab-support/matlab-install-glob
Type: string
_Description: Location of MATLAB installation(s):
 The MATLAB interface needs to know where MATLAB is installed on this
 system. This can be specified as a single directory or, in case of multiple
 MATLAB installations, as a glob expression (any expression supported by bash,
 including extended pattern matching operators).
 If, for example, the MATLAB executable is installed in /opt/matlab76/bin/matlab,
 please enter "/opt/matlab76". If there are multiple MATLAB versions
 installed, you can enter "/opt/matlab*" or a similar expression. Only
 matches that really contain a MATLAB executable will be considered.
 Therefore, a glob expression may match more than
 just MATLAB installation directories without negative side effects.

Template: matlab-support/default-version
Type: select
Choices: ${choices}
_Description: Default MATLAB version:
 The following MATLAB versions were found on this system. Please select which
 one should serve as the default MATLAB on this system.

Template: matlab-support/no-matlab-found
Type: error
_Description: No MATLAB installation found
 No MATLAB executables were found in the directories you specified.
 This package requires at least one local installation of MATLAB.

Template: matlab-support/mexbuild-user
Type: string
_Description: Authorized user for MATLAB:
 If MATLAB can only be launched by a limited set of user accounts, please
 specify one of these. This account will be used by other
 packages to build MEX extensions upon installation.
 You may leave this field empty if any user account 
 (including root) is allowed to launch MATLAB.

Template: matlab-support/rename-libs
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Rename MATLAB's GCC libraries?
 A MATLAB installation is shipped with copies of GCC dynamic loadable
 libraries, which typically come from an old version of GCC.
 These libraries sometimes cause conflicts.
 If you choose this option, the conflicting libraries will be renamed by appending
 a ".bak" extension. These libraries are located in the "sys/os/glnx86" or
 "sys/os/glnxa64" subdirectory of a MATLAB installation tree.
Source: matlab-support
Section: devel
Priority: optional
Maintainer: NeuroDebian Team <team@neuro.debian.net>
Uploaders: Michael Hanke <mih@debian.org>, Yaroslav Halchenko <debian@onerussian.com>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 7.0.50~), po-debconf, help2man
Standards-Version: 3.9.1
Vcs-Browser: http://git.debian.org/?p=pkg-exppsy/matlab-support.git
Vcs-Git: git://git.debian.org/git/pkg-exppsy/matlab-support.git
XS-DM-Upload-Allowed: yes

Package: matlab-support
Section: contrib/devel
Architecture: all
Depends: debconf (>=1.3.22) | cdebconf (>= 0.43), ${misc:Depends}, libxp6, sudo
Recommends: libstdc++6-4.4-dev | libstdc++-dev
Conflicts: matlab (<= 0.0.14~)
Replaces: matlab (<= 0.0.14~)
Description: distro integration for local MATLAB installations
 This package does not provide MATLAB. Instead, it configures an
 existing MATLAB installation to integrate more comfortably in
 a Debian installation.
 Currently it provides /usr/bin/matlab through the alternatives
 system, offers to work around incompatibilities between the libraries
 bundled with MATLAB and system libraries, and provides a helper
 utility meant to be used by other packages to compile MEX extensions.
 Install this if you would like your MATLAB installation to behave more
 like an ordinary Debian package. Other packages may depend on
 this one if they install MATLAB code, for example in order to
 compile MEX extensions.

Package: matlab-support-dev
Section: devel
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}
Conflicts: matlab-dev (<= 0.0.14~)
Replaces: matlab-dev (<= 0.0.14~)
Description: helpers for packages building MATLAB toolboxes
 This package provides a Makefile snippet (analogous to the one used for
 Octave) that configures the locations for architecture independent M-files,
 binary MEX-extensions, and their corresponding sources. This package can be
 used as a build-dependency by other packages shipping MATLAB toolboxes.

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