[Pkg-scicomp-devel] openturns_0.12.1-1_i386.changes is NEW

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(new) libopenturns-dbg_0.12.1-1_i386.deb extra libdevel
Debug symbols for OpenTURNS
 The debug symbols of the OpenTurns libraries to help with debugging
 either your applications or OpenTURNS
(new) libopenturns-dev_0.12.1-1_i386.deb extra libdevel
Headers and libraries for OpenTURNS
 The headers of the OpenTURNS library that should be used if one
 wants to link its application against the library.
(new) libopenturns0_0.12.1-1_i386.deb extra libs
Dynamic libraries for Openturns
 The library implements almost all the treatments of uncertainty that
 OpenTURNS can provide. It is designed to be linked against any user
 specific application, or with either the textual front-end (see
 python-openturns package) or the graphical user interface (see
 qopenturns package).
 The main function of that library is giving to specific applications
 all the functionalities needed to treat uncertainties in
 studies. Targeted users are all engineers who want to introduce the
 probabilistic dimension in their so far deterministic studies.
(new) openturns-doc_0.12.1-1_all.deb extra doc
Documentation for OpenTURNS
 The documentation includes any paper or note written on OpenTURNS
 that is worth reading.
(new) openturns-examples_0.12.1-1_i386.deb extra science
Many examples of OpenTURNS functionalities
 Those examples are written either in C++ or in Python.
 They are primarly used as validation tests for the whole
 platform but they can also be seen as tutorials for
(new) openturns-validation_0.12.1-1_all.deb extra science
Validation for OpenTURNS
 This package includes many files that validates the results and the
 algorithms of OpenTURNS in a mathematical sense.
(new) openturns-wrapper_0.12.1-1_i386.deb extra science
A example of a wrapper for OpenTURNS
 The wrapper allows any so-called external code to be linked
 against the OpenTURNS library and to be used through the
 library functionalities.
 Any code can be used provided that it can be seen as a
 numerical function that reads N doubles and returns P doubles.
 Notice that the wrapper of this package only shows how to link
 against the OpenTURNS library. It does not show how to parse
 or write the arguments of the function so they can be sent to or
 retrieved from the code.
(new) openturns_0.12.1-1.diff.gz extra science
(new) openturns_0.12.1-1.dsc extra science
(new) openturns_0.12.1.orig.tar.gz extra science
(new) python-openturns_0.12.1-1_i386.deb extra science
The Python front-end of OpenTURNS (aka TUI)
 This textual user interface gives access to all the functionalities
 provided by the OpenTURNS library.
(new) qopenturns_0.12.1-1_i386.deb extra science
The Qt3 user interface of OpenTURNS (aka GUI)
 This GUI is a newbie-oriented interface that provides some basic
 functionalities of the OpenTURNS library.
Changes: openturns (0.12.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
  * Initial release (Closes: #490907)

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