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Source: ismrmrd
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Maintainer: Debian Med Packaging Team <debian-med-packaging@lists.alioth.debian.org>
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Uploaders: Ghislain Antony Vaillant <ghisvail@gmail.com>
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Section: science
Priority: optional
Build-Depends: cmake,
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               debhelper (>= 11~),
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               libboost-program-options-dev,
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               libboost-test-dev,
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               libfftw3-dev,
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               libhdf5-dev,
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               libpugixml-dev
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Build-Depends-Indep: doxygen
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Standards-Version: 4.1.5
Vcs-Browser: https://salsa.debian.org/med-team/ismrmrd
Vcs-Git: https://salsa.debian.org/med-team/ismrmrd.git
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Homepage: http://ismrmrd.github.io/
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Package: libismrmrd1.3
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Architecture: any
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Multi-Arch: same
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Section: libs
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Depends: ${misc:Depends},
         ${shlibs:Depends}
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Description: ISMRM Raw Data format (ISMRMRD)
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 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header) 
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
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 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing 
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient 
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for 
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or 
 other calibration data.
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 This package provides the shared library.

Package: libismrmrd-dev
Architecture: any
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Multi-Arch: same
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Section: libdevel
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Depends: ${misc:Depends},
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         libhdf5-dev,
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         libismrmrd1.3 (= ${binary:Version})
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Suggests: libismrmrd-doc
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Description: development files for ISMRMRD
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 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header) 
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing 
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient 
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for 
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or 
 other calibration data.
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 This package provides the development files.

Package: libismrmrd-doc
Architecture: all
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Multi-Arch: foreign
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Section: doc
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Depends: ${misc:Depends}
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Description: documentation for ISMRMRD
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 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header) 
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing 
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient 
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for 
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or 
 other calibration data.
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 This package provides the documentation.
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Package: ismrmrd-tools
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Architecture: any
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Multi-Arch: foreign
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Section: utils
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Depends: ${misc:Depends},
         ${shlibs:Depends},
         ismrmrd-schema
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Description: command-line tools for ISMRMRD
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 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header) 
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing 
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient 
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for 
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or 
 other calibration data.
 .
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 This package provides the command-line tools.
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Package: ismrmrd-schema
Architecture: all
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Multi-Arch: foreign
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Section: misc
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Depends: ${misc:Depends}
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Description: schema for ISMRMRD
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 The ISMRMRD format combines a mix of flexible data structures (XML header) 
 and fixed structures (equivalent to C-structs) to represent MRI data.
 .
 In addition, the ISMRMRD format also specifies an image header for storing 
 reconstructed images and the accompanying C++ library provides a convenient 
 way of writing such images into HDF5 files along with generic arrays for 
 storing less well defined data structures, e.g. coil sensitivity maps or 
 other calibration data.
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 This package provides the XML schema.