[Debian-med-packaging] Bug#686688: Upgrade Gwyddion to version 2.29
andreas at an3as.eu
Tue Sep 11 08:27:58 UTC 2012
thanks for reporting the new upstream version. I stepped in with the
upload because Jan who usually maintains the package had no time. I
would like to explicitely inform you that I uploaded the new version to
experimental due to the freeze as advised by our release managers and
hope this will help you for the purpose of your Ubuntu maintenance as
BTW, do you have any interest to join the Debian Med team? This would
enable you to commit packaging stuff directly to our SVN and might have
some advantage for your work in Ubuntu.
On Tue, Sep 04, 2012 at 12:07:39PM -0700, Nicola Ferralis wrote:
> Package: gwyddion
> Version: 2.28-2
> Gwyddion 2.29 has been released a few weeks ago upstream. Gwyddion, howeevr it's still in version 2.28 in debian.
> Changelog: 2.28 -> 2.29
> Translations updated: Czech, French, Russian.
> libgwyprocess: New function to calculate grain-wise rms.
> libgwymodule: gwy_file_get_data_info() sets its arguments to NULL if no file
> info is found, fixing a possible crash if newly generated data are saved.
> libgwyapp: Recent file names are compared canonicalized, fixing repetition
> of the same file in document history on MS Windows.
> Pixmap: Scalebar ticks and label can be enabled/disabled.
> Grain statistics: Displays total projected boundary length.
> Median line correction: Masking is supported.
> TIA SER: Spectral data import is supported.
> Statistical quantities: New quantity was added: grain-wise rms.
> Omicron: Files created by SPIP are recognised and loaded.
> Nanoscope: Support for old files without @2:Z scale was improved.
> Object synthesis: A bug causing Critical warning/crash during the generation
> of non-square data was fixed.
> Seiko: The guesswork involved in loading of non-square files was somewhat
> Neural network: Result model size can differ from source, miscallaneous small
> Standalone python gwy module is available (experimental).
> Several icons were improved.
> Using Ubuntu 12.04, kernel 3.2.
> Debian-med-packaging mailing list
> Debian-med-packaging at lists.alioth.debian.org
More information about the Debian-med-packaging