FFT plugin for the Yorick language
Yeti is a collection of extension plugins for Yorick (a fast interpreted
interactive data processing language).
The yorick-yeti-fftw package implements complex, real-complex and complex-real
fast fourier transform using FFTW2 (the Fastest Fourier Transform in the West -
Yorick Yeti FFTW plugin for Debian
This is the `yeti_fftw' plugin by Éric Thiébaut for the Yorick interpreted
language, prepackaged for Debian GNU/Linux.
A sample/test file is provided in /usr/share/doc/yorick-yeti-fftw/examples/.
To run it, launch yorick and type the following at its prompt:
Yeti: a Yorick extension
by Eric Thi�baut
version 6.3.2, January 2011
Yeti is an extension of Yorick (a fast interpreted interactive data processing
language written by David Munro) which implements (see "Quick Reference" below
for a list of additional functions):
* hash table objects
* YYYY-MM-DD: COMMENT
* 2010-01-31: Yeti version 6.3.2 released.
- New "configure" script to mimics GNU-configure.
- Heavy cleanup of the README file ;-)
- Function "set_alarm" removed, you should use Yorick's own
"after" function which works better and has more features.
yorick-yeti (6.3.2-3ubuntu1) quantal; urgency=low
* Build-depend on libtiff-dev rather than libti
This package was debianized by Thibaut Paumard <email@example.com> on
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