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The packlib library includes a great deal of CERNLIB core functionality. Best-known are probably the MINUIT function minimization routines, the HBOOK histogramming routines, and KUIP (Kit for a User Interface Package). Other subsystems include CSPACK, a set of client-server routines; FFREAD, a format-free input processing system for FORTRAN; and ZEBRA, a data structure management package.
This package includes the graphical functionality of KUIP, the CERNLIB Kit for a User Interface Package. This library has been split off from packlib so that the packlib packages need not depend upon the X and Lesstif libraries.
This package was formerly named libkuipx11-1-dev. The text-based functionality of KUIP can be found in the libpacklib1-dev package.
This package provides the static version of the libpacklib-lesstif library, to be used for development.
cernlib (2006.dfsg.2-7) experimental; urgency=low The default FORTRAN compiler on Debian is now gfortran, not g77. In this Debian release of cernlib, CERN libraries have been built with the new gfortran compiler. For the moment, for backwards compatibility it is possible to install gfortran-based and g77-based CERN library runtime packages in parallel. The final vers more»
cernlib (20061220+dfsg3-2) unstable; urgency=low * Add patch 138: Remove invalid declaration of the REPEAT function. (Closes: #636565). * Add Danish translation of the debconf templates. Thanks to Joe Dalton <email@example.com>. (Closes: #621357) * debian/debhelper: rename to debian/dh to make lintian happy. * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.2. No change needed. -- Lifeng Sun <l more»
This package was debianized by Kevin B. McCarty <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Lifeng Sun <email@example.com>. It was downloaded from the URL http://cernlib.web.cern.ch/cernlib/download/2006_source/tar/2006_src.tar.gz The very large file 2006_src.tar.gz was split up into individual modules, from which non-free files were removed, of which the relevant ones have been recompressed in the "upstream" more»