[Python-modules-team] enthought-chaco2_2.0.1b1-1_i386.changes is NEW
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interactive plotting application toolkit
Chaco is a Python plotting application toolkit and a part of
Enthought Tool Suite. It is meant to facilitate writing plotting
applications of all levels of complexity, from simple scripts with
hard-coded data to large plotting programs with complex data
interrelationships and a multitude of interactive tools. While Chaco
generates nice static plots for publication and presentation
purposes, its components are all designed to be work well for
interactive data visualization.
This package also includes Kiva and Enable packages from the
Enthought Tool Suite which are multi-platform DisplayPDF drawing
engines that support multiple output backends, including Windows,
GTK, and Macintosh native windowing systems, a variety of raster
image formats, PDF, and Postscript.
Changes: enthought-chaco2 (2.0.1b1-1) unstable; urgency=low
[ Varun Hiremath ]
* Initial release (Closes: #461734)
* Add debian/orig-tar.sh to create orig.tar.gz
* Merge enable2 and kive into chaco2
* Install examples and docs
* Remove freetype2 sources from orig tarball, and add
patches/freetype2.diff to build enthought.kiva using the existing
freetype2 library in Debian
* Update debian/copyright file
* Add debian/README.Debian-source
* Add some missing dependencies
* Remove all gpc.* files from kiva due to license issues
[ Kumar Appaiah ]
+ Remove XS-Python-Versions, unneded for pysupport.
* debian/pyversions: Set for Python 2.4 onwards.
+ Use proposed machine readable format.
[ Sandro Tosi ]
- removed /svn/ from Vcs-Svn
- added op=log to Vcs-Browser
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