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2021-04-20: cran-ncdf4-r35-1.17-2 (Interface to Unidata netCDF v4)
This package provides a high-level R interface to data files written
using Unidata's netCDF library (version 4 or earlier), which are
binary data files that are portable across platforms and include
metadata information in addition to the data sets. Using this package,
netCDF files (either version 4 or "classic" version 3) can be opened
and data sets read in easily. It is also easy to create new netCDF
dimensions, variables, and files, in either version 3 or 4 format,
and manipulate existing netCDF files. This package replaces the
former ncdf package, which only worked with netcdf version 3 files.
For various reasons the names of the functions have had to be
changed from the names in the ncdf package. The old ncdf package
is still available at the URL given below, if you need to have
backward compatibility. It should be possible to have both the
ncdf and ncdf4 packages installed simultaneously without a problem.
However, the ncdf package does not provide an interface for netcdf
version 4 files.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: cdo-1.9.10-1 (Climate Data Operators)
CDO is a collection of command line Operators
to manipulate and analyse Climate Data files.
Supported file formats are GRIB, netCDF, SERVICE and EXTRA.
There are more than 200 operators available.
The following table gives a short overview about the main categories.
- File information (info, sinfo, diff, ...)
- File operations (copy, cat, merge, split*, ...)
- Selection (selcode, selvar, sellevel, seltimestep, ...)
- Missing values (setctomiss, setmisstoc, setrtomiss)
- Arithmetic (add, sub, mul, div, ...)
- Mathematical functions (sqrt, exp, log, sin, cos, ...)
- Comparision (eq, ne, le, lt, ge, gt, ...)
- Conditions (ifthen, ifnotthen, ifthenc, ifnotthenc)
- Field statistic (fldsum, fldavg, fldstd, fldmin, fldmax, ...)
- Vertical statistic (vertsum, vertavg, vertstd, vertmin, ...)
- Time range statistic (timavg, yearavg, monavg, dayavg, ...)
- Field interpolation (remapbil, remapcon, remapdis, ...)
- Vertical interpolation (ml2pl, ml2hl)
- Time interpolation (inttime, intyear)
Use cdo-openmp to include parallelization.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    cdo: 1.9.10
2021-04-20: cran-ncdf4-r31-1.17-2 (Interface to Unidata netCDF v4)
This package provides a high-level R interface to data files written
using Unidata's netCDF library (version 4 or earlier), which are
binary data files that are portable across platforms and include
metadata information in addition to the data sets. Using this package,
netCDF files (either version 4 or "classic" version 3) can be opened
and data sets read in easily. It is also easy to create new netCDF
dimensions, variables, and files, in either version 3 or 4 format,
and manipulate existing netCDF files. This package replaces the
former ncdf package, which only worked with netcdf version 3 files.
For various reasons the names of the functions have had to be
changed from the names in the ncdf package. The old ncdf package
is still available at the URL given below, if you need to have
backward compatibility. It should be possible to have both the
ncdf and ncdf4 packages installed simultaneously without a problem.
However, the ncdf package does not provide an interface for netcdf
version 4 files.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: bioconductor-xcms-r36-3.8.1-2 (LC-MS and GC-MS Data Analysis)
Framework for processing and visualization of chromatographically separated
and single-spectra mass spectral data. Imports from AIA/ANDI NetCDF, mzXML,
and mzData files. Preprocesses data for high-throughput, untargeted analyte
profiling.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: cran-ncdf4-r32-1.17-2 (Interface to Unidata netCDF v4)
This package provides a high-level R interface to data files written
using Unidata's netCDF library (version 4 or earlier), which are
binary data files that are portable across platforms and include
metadata information in addition to the data sets. Using this package,
netCDF files (either version 4 or "classic" version 3) can be opened
and data sets read in easily. It is also easy to create new netCDF
dimensions, variables, and files, in either version 3 or 4 format,
and manipulate existing netCDF files. This package replaces the
former ncdf package, which only worked with netcdf version 3 files.
For various reasons the names of the functions have had to be
changed from the names in the ncdf package. The old ncdf package
is still available at the URL given below, if you need to have
backward compatibility. It should be possible to have both the
ncdf and ncdf4 packages installed simultaneously without a problem.
However, the ncdf package does not provide an interface for netcdf
version 4 files.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: netcdf-c18-4.7.4-2 (Array-based data access, C headers and docs)
The netCDF (network Common Data Form) library defines a machine-independent
format for representing scientific data. Together, the interface, library,
and format support the creation, access, and sharing of scientific data.

This package provides libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with C code. 
For libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with C++ install the`netcdf-cxx4' package.
For libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with Fortran 77 (and Fortran 90) code install the `netcdf-fortran5' package.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Version depends on hdf5 so that we get rid of the outdated misplaced header BDep.
2021-04-20: virtuoso-7.2.5.1-4 (SQL/RDF/XML data management server)
At core, Virtuoso is a high-performance object-relational SQL database.
As a database, it provides transactions, a smart SQL compiler, powerful
stored-procedure language with optional Java and .Net server-side
hosting, hot backup, SQL-99 support and more.  It has all major
data-access interfaces, such as ODBC, JDBC, ADO .Net and OLE/DB.

Virtuoso has a built-in web server which can serve dynamic web pages
written in Virtuoso's web language (VSP) as well as PHP, ASP .net and
others.  This same web server provides SOAP and REST access to Virtuoso
stored procedures, supporting a broad set of WS protocols such as
WS-Security, WS-Reliable Messaging and others.  A BPEL4WS run time is
also available as part of Virtuoso's SOA suite.

Virtuoso has a built-in WebDAV repository.  This can host static and
dynamic web content and optionally provides versioning.  The WebDAV
repository is tested to interoperate with WebDAV clients built into
Windows XP, Mac OSX and others and makes Virtuoso a convenient and
secure place for keeping one's files on the net.  Further, Virtuoso
provides automatic metadata extraction and full text searching for
supported content types.

OpenLink Virtuoso supports SPARQL embedded into SQL for querying RDF
data stored in Virtuoso's database.  SPARQL benefits from low-level
support in the engine itself, such as SPARQL-aware type-casting rules and
a dedicated IRI data type.  This is the newest and fastest developing
area in Virtuoso.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Fix some implicit declaration errors in Xcode12
2021-04-20: cdo-openmp-1.9.10-1 (Climate Data Operators)
CDO is a collection of command line Operators
to manipulate and analyse Climate Data files.
Supported file formats are GRIB, netCDF, SERVICE and EXTRA.
There are more than 200 operators available.
The following table gives a short overview about the main categories.
- File information (info, sinfo, diff, ...)
- File operations (copy, cat, merge, split*, ...)
- Selection (selcode, selvar, sellevel, seltimestep, ...)
- Missing values (setctomiss, setmisstoc, setrtomiss)
- Arithmetic (add, sub, mul, div, ...)
- Mathematical functions (sqrt, exp, log, sin, cos, ...)
- Comparision (eq, ne, le, lt, ge, gt, ...)
- Conditions (ifthen, ifnotthen, ifthenc, ifnotthenc)
- Field statistic (fldsum, fldavg, fldstd, fldmin, fldmax, ...)
- Vertical statistic (vertsum, vertavg, vertstd, vertmin, ...)
- Time range statistic (timavg, yearavg, monavg, dayavg, ...)
- Field interpolation (remapbil, remapcon, remapdis, ...)
- Vertical interpolation (ml2pl, ml2hl)
- Time interpolation (inttime, intyear)
Use cdo-openmp to include parallelization.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    cdo: 1.9.10
2021-04-20: netcdf-c11-shlibs-4.4.1.1-5 (Array-based data access, C library)
The netCDF (network Common Data Form) library defines a machine-independent
format for representing scientific data. Together, the interface, library,
and format support the creation, access, and sharing of scientific data.

This package provides libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with C code. 
For libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with C++ install the`netcdf-cxx4' package.
For libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with Fortran 77 (and Fortran 90) code install the `netcdf-fortran5' package.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    turn necdf-c11 and -c13 to -shlibs only stubs.
2021-04-20: cran-ncdf4-r34-1.17-2 (Interface to Unidata netCDF v4)
This package provides a high-level R interface to data files written
using Unidata's netCDF library (version 4 or earlier), which are
binary data files that are portable across platforms and include
metadata information in addition to the data sets. Using this package,
netCDF files (either version 4 or "classic" version 3) can be opened
and data sets read in easily. It is also easy to create new netCDF
dimensions, variables, and files, in either version 3 or 4 format,
and manipulate existing netCDF files. This package replaces the
former ncdf package, which only worked with netcdf version 3 files.
For various reasons the names of the functions have had to be
changed from the names in the ncdf package. The old ncdf package
is still available at the URL given below, if you need to have
backward compatibility. It should be possible to have both the
ncdf and ncdf4 packages installed simultaneously without a problem.
However, the ncdf package does not provide an interface for netcdf
version 4 files.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: eccodes-2.21.0-1 (Coding/encoding ECMWF files, C headers/docs)
ecCodes is a package developed by ECMWF which provides an application
programming interface and a set of tools for decoding and encoding messages
in the following formats:
- WMO FM-92 GRIB edition 1 and edition 2
- WMO FM-94 BUFR edition 3 and edition 4 
- WMO GTS abbreviated header (only decoding).
A useful set of command line tools provide quick access to the messages. C,
Fortran 90 and Python interfaces provide access to the main ecCodes
functionality. ecCodes is an evolution of GRIB-API. It is designed to provide
the user with a simple set of functions to access data from several formats
with a key/value approach. For GRIB encoding and decoding, the GRIB-API
functionality is provided fully in ecCodes with only minor interface and
behaviour changes. Interfaces for C, Fortran 90 and Python are all maintained
as in GRIB-API. However, the GRIB-API Fortran 77 interface is no longer
available.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    eccodes: 2.21.0
2021-04-20: cran-ncdf4-r36-1.17-2 (Interface to Unidata netCDF v4)
This package provides a high-level R interface to data files written
using Unidata's netCDF library (version 4 or earlier), which are
binary data files that are portable across platforms and include
metadata information in addition to the data sets. Using this package,
netCDF files (either version 4 or "classic" version 3) can be opened
and data sets read in easily. It is also easy to create new netCDF
dimensions, variables, and files, in either version 3 or 4 format,
and manipulate existing netCDF files. This package replaces the
former ncdf package, which only worked with netcdf version 3 files.
For various reasons the names of the functions have had to be
changed from the names in the ncdf package. The old ncdf package
is still available at the URL given below, if you need to have
backward compatibility. It should be possible to have both the
ncdf and ncdf4 packages installed simultaneously without a problem.
However, the ncdf package does not provide an interface for netcdf
version 4 files.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: cran-ncdf4-r33-1.17-2 (Interface to Unidata netCDF v4)
This package provides a high-level R interface to data files written
using Unidata's netCDF library (version 4 or earlier), which are
binary data files that are portable across platforms and include
metadata information in addition to the data sets. Using this package,
netCDF files (either version 4 or "classic" version 3) can be opened
and data sets read in easily. It is also easy to create new netCDF
dimensions, variables, and files, in either version 3 or 4 format,
and manipulate existing netCDF files. This package replaces the
former ncdf package, which only worked with netcdf version 3 files.
For various reasons the names of the functions have had to be
changed from the names in the ncdf package. The old ncdf package
is still available at the URL given below, if you need to have
backward compatibility. It should be possible to have both the
ncdf and ncdf4 packages installed simultaneously without a problem.
However, the ncdf package does not provide an interface for netcdf
version 4 files.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: bioconductor-xcms-r34-1.50.1-3 (Base functions for Bioconductor)
Framework for processing and visualization of chromatographically separated
and single-spectra mass spectral data. Imports from AIA/ANDI NetCDF, mzXML,
and mzData files. Preprocesses data for high-throughput, untargeted analyte
profiling.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: grads-2.2.1-2 (Grid Analysis and Display System)
Interactive desktop tool that is used for easy access, manipulation,
 and visualization of earth science data.

 Includes OPeNDAP, HDF, HDF5 and netCDF support.
 No GUI.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: bioconductor-xcms-r35-1.50.1-3 (Base functions for Bioconductor)
Framework for processing and visualization of chromatographically separated
and single-spectra mass spectral data. Imports from AIA/ANDI NetCDF, mzXML,
and mzData files. Preprocesses data for high-throughput, untargeted analyte
profiling.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-20: netcdf-c13-shlibs-4.6.2-4 (Array-based data access, C library)
The netCDF (network Common Data Form) library defines a machine-independent
format for representing scientific data. Together, the interface, library,
and format support the creation, access, and sharing of scientific data.

This package provides libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with C code. 
For libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with C++ install the`netcdf-cxx4' package.
For libraries, documentation and examples for interfacing
with Fortran 77 (and Fortran 90) code install the `netcdf-fortran5' package.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    turn necdf-c11 and -c13 to -shlibs only stubs.
2021-04-20: gdl-0.9.9-2 (GNU Data Language)
GDL is a free IDL (Interactive Data Language) compatible incremental
compiler. It features a full syntax compatibility with IDL
6.0. Overall more than 330 library routines are implemented.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    Bump netcdf-c15 users to newer libraries
2021-04-18: extutils-makemaker-pm5182-7.62-1 (Perl module to create a module Makefile)
Perl module to create a module Makefile

commit log from Daniel Macks (dmacks@netspace.org):

    ExtUtils::MakeMaker: new upstream
2021-04-18: extutils-makemaker-pm5282-7.62-1 (Perl module to create a module Makefile)
Perl module to create a module Makefile

commit log from Daniel Macks (dmacks@netspace.org):

    ExtUtils::MakeMaker: new upstream
2021-04-18: extutils-makemaker-pm5184-7.62-1 (Perl module to create a module Makefile)
Perl module to create a module Makefile

commit log from Daniel Macks (dmacks@netspace.org):

    ExtUtils::MakeMaker: new upstream
2021-04-18: extutils-makemaker-pm5162-7.62-1 (Perl module to create a module Makefile)
Perl module to create a module Makefile

commit log from Daniel Macks (dmacks@netspace.org):

    ExtUtils::MakeMaker: new upstream
2021-04-18: extutils-makemaker-pm-7.62-1 (ExtUtils::MakeMaker for /usr/bin/perl)
Use BuildDepends:extutils-makemaker-pm for packages that do not
        otherwise need to be perl-version varianted so that they do
        not need to be perl-version varianted on account of this build
        dependency.

        For packages that *are* perl-version varianted, use
        BuildDepends:extutils-makemaker-pmXXX for the appropriate perlXXX.

commit log from Daniel Macks (dmacks@netspace.org):

    ExtUtils::MakeMaker: new upstream
2021-04-18: converseen-0.9.9.0-2 (Image converter and resizer)
Converseen is an image converter and resizer written in C++ with the
powerful Qt4 libraries. Thanks to the Magick++ image libraries, it
supports more than 100 image formats like DPX, EXR, GIF, JPEG,
JPEG-2000, PhotoCD, PNG, Postscript, SVG, TIFF, and many others.
Converseen allows you to convert, resize, rotate, and automatically flip
an unlimited number of images. It can save you time because it can
process more than one image with one mouse click. It features a very
simple user interface without strange options.

commit log from Daniel Macks (dmacks@netspace.org):

    converseen: disable runtime check for new upstream version
2021-04-17: hdf5.9-gfortran-1.8.14-4 (HDF5 (v1.8 API)--static FORTRAN libraries)
HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

The fortran9X interface is built using gfortran.
It will only work with gfortran.

Fink's "%N*" packages are intended to replace the corresponding ones from
"hdf5-18*".

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.9-oldapi-1.8.14-3 (Scientific data format (v1.6 API)--headers)
HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

Fink's "%N*" packages are intended to replace the corresponding ones from 
"hdf5*".

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.10-oldapi-1.8.16-5 (Scientific data format (v1.6 API)--headers)
HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

Fink's "%N*" packages are intended to replace the corresponding ones from 
"hdf5*".

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.10-oldapi-gfortran-1.8.16-3 (HDF5 (v1.6 API)--static FORTRAN libraries)
HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

The fortran9X interface is built using gfortran.
It will only work with gfortran.

Fink's "%N*" packages are intended to replace the corresponding ones from
"hdf5-18*".

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.10-1.8.16-7 (Scientific data format (v1.8 API)--headers)
HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

Fink's "%N*" packages are intended to replace the corresponding ones from
"hdf5-18*".

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.9-1.8.14-4 (Scientific data format (v1.8 API)--headers)
HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

Fink's "%N*" packages are intended to replace the corresponding ones from
"hdf5-18*".

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.9-oldapi-gfortran-1.8.14-3 (HDF5 (v1.6 API)--static FORTRAN libraries)
HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

The fortran9X interface is built using gfortran.
It will only work with gfortran.

Fink's "%N*" packages are intended to replace the corresponding ones from
"hdf5-18*".

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.10-gfortran-1.8.16-3 (HDF5 (v1.8 API)--static FORTRAN libraries)
HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

The fortran9X interface is built using gfortran.
It will only work with gfortran.

Fink's "%N*" packages are intended to replace the corresponding ones from
"hdf5-18*".

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.100.v1.8-1.10.0-4 (Scientific data format--headers)
The HDF5 data format, version %type_raw[api] C headers.

HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.100-gfortran.v1.8-1.10.0-2 (HDF5 static FORTRAN library and headers)
The HDF5 data format, version %type_raw[api] FORTRAN static library and 
headers.

HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

The fortran9X interface is built using gfortran.
It will only work with gfortran.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.100-gfortran.v1.10-1.10.0-2 (HDF5 static FORTRAN library and headers)
The HDF5 data format, version %type_raw[api] FORTRAN static library and 
headers.

HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications. 

The fortran9X interface is built using gfortran.
It will only work with gfortran.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: hdf5.100.v1.10-1.10.0-4 (Scientific data format--headers)
The HDF5 data format, version %type_raw[api] C headers.

HDF5 was designed to address some of the limitations of the HDF 4.x library
and to address current and anticipated requirements of modern systems
and applications.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    improve field readability
2021-04-17: mtools-4.0.27-1 (Collection of tools to manipulate MSDOS files)
Mtools is a collection of programs to allow unix systems to read, write,
and manipulate files on an MSDOS filesystem. Each program attempts to
emulate the MSDOS eqivalent command as closely as practical.

commit log from Hanspeter Niederstrasser (nieder@users.sourceforge.net):

    mtools: 4.0.27