Packages in the devel directory

Last updated: Thu Mar 20 04:24:06 1997

tk42-dev

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Version: 4.2p2-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:59:10 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The Tk toolkit for TCL and X11 v4.2 - Development Package. Tk is an X11 toolkit that provides the Motif look and feel and is implemented using the Tcl scripting language.
Depends:
tcl76-dev (>=7.6-0), tk42 (=4.2p2-1)
Conflicts:
tk, tk-dev

tix41-dev

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Version: 4.1.0-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:59:06 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
Description:
The Tix library for Tk, version 4.1 -- development package Include files, static libraries, man pages for Tix 4.1.
Depends:
tix41 (=4.1.0-1)
Conflicts:
tix-dev

tcl76-dev

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Version: 7.6p2-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:59:01 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The Tool Command Language (TCL) v7.6 - Development Package. TCL is a powerful, easy to use, interpreted scripting language.
Depends:
libc5-dev (>=5.4.0-0), tcl76 (=7.6p2-1)
Conflicts:
tcl, tcl-dev

libpwdb-dev

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Version: 0.54preD-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:44 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Header files for libpwdb Contains C header files and development shared libraries libraries for libpwdb, a generic interface to user information databases. It was specifically designed to satisfy the needs of Linux-PAM.

Contains development libraries and header files for libpwdb.

Depends:
libpwdb0 (= 0.54preD-1)

libpwdb-dbg

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Version: 0.54preD-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:44 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Static library with debugging symbols for libpwdb Contains static libraries with debugging symbols for libpwdb, a generic interface to user information databases. It was specifically designed to satisfy the needs of Linux-PAM.

Contains static libraries with debugging symbols for libpwdb.

Depends:
libpwdb-dev (= 0.54preD-1)

libpwdb-doc

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Version: 0.54preD-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:44 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Documentation for libpwdb Contains documentation (in HTML, ASCII, and PostScript format) for libpwdb, a generic interface to user information databases.

libpam-util

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Version: 0.56-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:32 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Authentication modules and system binaries for libpam Contains authentication modules and system binaries for libpam, a suite of shared libraries that enable the local system administrator to choose how applications authenticate users.
Depends:
libpam0 (>= 0.56-2), libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), libpwdb0 (>= 0.54preD-1)

libpam-dev

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Version: 0.56-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:32 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Header files for libpam Contains C header files and development shared libraries libraries for libpam, a suite of shared libraries that enable the local system administrator to choose how applications authenticate users.
Depends:
libpam0 (= 0.56-2)

libpam-dbg

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Version: 0.56-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:32 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Static library with debugging symbols for libpam Contains static libraries with debugging symbols for libpam, a suite of shared libraries that enable the local system administrator to choose how applications authenticate users.
Depends:
libpam0 (= 0.56-2), libpam-dev (= 0.56-2)

libpam-doc

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Version: 0.56-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:32 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Documentation for libpam Contains documentation (in HTML, ASCII, and PostScript format) for libpam, a suite of shared libraries that enable the local system administrator to choose how applications authenticate users.

objpak-dev

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Version: 1.1.1-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:22 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Developers kit for objpak. Contains headers, static library, and documentation.
Depends:
libc5, objpak1 (=1.1.1-1)

mercury

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Version: 0.6.2-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:09 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Milan Zamazal <pdm@fi.muni.cz>
Description:
The Mercury language Mercury is a new logic/functional programming language, which combines the clarity and expressiveness of declarative programming with advanced static analysis and error detection features. Its highly optimized execution algorithm delivers efficiency far in excess of existing logic programming systems, and close to conventional programming systems. Mercury addresses the problems of large-scale program development, allowing modularity, separate compilation, and numerous optimization/time trade-offs.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libtool

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Version: 0.7-3 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:57:58 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Generic library support script. This is GNU libtool, a generic library support script. Libtool hides the complexity of generating special library types (such as shared libraries) behind a consistent interface. To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your Makefile, Makefile.in, or Makefile.am. See the documentation for details. Libtool supports building static libraries on all platforms.

kernel-source-2.0.29

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Version: 3 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:57:46 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Sven Rudolph <sr1@os.inf.tu-dresden.de>
Description:
Linux kernel source. This package provides the source code for the Linux kernel, as well as the scripts that maintain the symbolic link /usr/src/linux). This also contains everything in the package kernel-headers-2.0.29, and thus if you install kernel-source-2.0.29 you do not also need to install kernel-headers-2.0.29.

You may configure the kernel to your setup by typing "make config" and following instructions, but you could get ncursesX.X-dev and tk4X-dev and try "make menuconfig" for a jazzier, and easier to use interface. Also, on intel platforms, you may wish to get bin86 (if you wish to compile the kernel sources, that is.)

Depends:
binutils | gas

kernel-headers-2.0.29

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Version: 3 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:57:35 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Sven Rudolph <sr1@os.inf.tu-dresden.de>
Description:
Linux kernel headers. This package provides kernel header files, for sites that want the latest kernel headers, but not the full source (Unless you really need a specific kernel version, you should consider just using the headers that come with libc5-dev, those correspond to a known good kernel)

gnats

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Version: 3.101-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:57:03 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Brian White <bcwhite@verisim.com>
Description:
The GNU problem report management system (central database) GNATS is a bug-tracking tool designed for use at a central "Support Site". Users who experience problems use electronic mail to communicate these problems to "maintainers" at that Support Site.

GNATS offers many of the same features offered by more generalized databases, including editing, querying, and basic reporting. You can access the submitting, editing, and querying functions of GNATS through provided utilities or from within GNU Emacs.

The "gnats" package has the full installation for the central database server. For client systems, use the "gnats-user" package which has just the user tools.

Depends:
mail-transport-agent, libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)
Conflicts:
gnats-user

gnats-user

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Version: 3.101-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:57:03 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Brian White <bcwhite@verisim.com>
Description:
The GNU problem report management system (client tools) GNATS is a bug-tracking tool designed for use at a central "Support Site". Users who experience problems use electronic mail to communicate these problems to "maintainers" at that Support Site.

GNATS offers many of the same features offered by more generalized databases, including editing, querying, and basic reporting. You can access the submitting, editing, and querying functions of GNATS through provided utilities or from within GNU Emacs.

The "gnats-user" package has just the user tools for client machines. For the full installation and the central database server use the "gnats" package.

If you prefer not to use either an nfs-mounted database or the client/server model, it is possible to make a distribution that works entirely over e-mail. For more information, see gnats-info and type 'g' (for goto) followed by 'mkdist'. This package is not neccessary for email-only setups.

Depends:
mail-transport-agent, libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)
Conflicts:
gnats

gnats-tk

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Version: 3.101-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:57:03 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Brian White <bcwhite@verisim.com>
Description:
Tk interface to the GNU problem report management system Gnats-Tk is a set of Tk based front ends for the GNATS bug management system.
Depends:
gnats | gnats-user, tk41

gnat

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Version: 3.09-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:58 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Mark W. Eichin <eichin@kitten.gen.ma.us>
Description:
The GNU NYU Ada Translator. GNAT is the GNU NYU Ada Translator. Not to be confused with gnats, the bug tracking system.

This version is based on patching the FSF gcc-2.7.2.1 sources with the gnat-3.09 source patches, and building it with a previous binary distribution. Tools have been modified to use "gnatgcc" as the driver and libgnatgcc instead of libgcc as the support library.

Due to problems caused by diversions in previous versions, this release no longer "diverts" gcc, but installs "gnatgcc" as the gnat compiler.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), gcc (>= 2.7.2.1), gcc (<< 2.7.2.2)

gmp

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Version: 2.0.2-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:40 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Dale Scheetz <dwarf@polaris.net>
Description:
Multiprecision arithmetic library GNU MP is a programmer's library for arbitrary precision arithmetic (ie, a bignum package). It can operate on signed integers and rational numbers.

It has a rich set of functions, and the functions have a regular interface.

Programs you build using GNU MP become covered by the GNU General Public Licence (GPL) because of the way GNU MP is licensed.


gdb

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Version: 4.16-6 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:37 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
The GNU Debugger GDB is a source-level debugger, capable of breaking programs at any specific line, displaying variable values, and determining where errors occurred. Currently, it works for C, C++, and Fortran programs. A must-have for any serious programmer.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), libreadline2 (>= 2.1), ncurses3.0

gdb

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Version: 4.16-5 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:34 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
The GNU Debugger GDB is a source-level debugger, capable of breaking programs at any specific line, displaying variable values, and determining where errors occurred. Currently, it works for C, C++, and Fortran programs. A must-have for any serious programmer.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), libreadline2 (>= 2.1), ncurses3.0

gclinfo-html

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Version: 2.2-4 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:33 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
ANSI Common Lisp specification in html format More GCL specific information can be found in gcl and gcl-doc packages.
Depends:
www-browser
Conflicts:
gclinfo (<= 2.2-3)

flex

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Version: 2.5.4-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:27 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
A fast lexical analyzer generator. flex is a tool for generating scanners: programs which recognized lexical patterns in text. flex reads the given input files for a description of a scanner to generate. The description is in the form of pairs of regular expressions and C code, called rules. flex generates as output a C source file, lex.yy.c, which defines a routine yylex(). This file is compiled and linked with the -lfl library to produce an executable. When the executable is run, it analyzes its input for occurrences of the regular expressions. Whenever it finds one, it executes the corresponding C code.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

libfcgi1-dev

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Version: 1.5.1-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:56:24 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Johnie Ingram <johnie@debian.org>
Description:
FastCGI Development Kit Includes the FastCGI static library, C include files, HTML documentation, and examples in C, perl, Tcl, and Java.

Support for running FastCGI programs with the Apache webserver is available as a third-party module in the package "apache-modules". More information is available at http://www.fastcgi.com/.

Depends:
libfcgi1 (=1.5.1-1), libc5-dev

cweb-latex

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Version: 1.1.1-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:52 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Milan Zamazal <pdm@fi.muni.cz>
Description:
LaTeX support for CWEB This is the distribution of LaTeX CWEB, a bundle that allows you to use LaTeX as the documentation markup of your CWEB program. Your CWEB programs may be LaTeX documents now -- with sections, subsections, environments, figures, graphics inclusion, etc.

You will want to use this bundle if you - are a CWEB programmer and use LaTeX elsewhere, - haven't used CWEB up to now, because you wanted structured markup
(and you didn't want to develop it yourself), or - want an hierarchic document structure for CWEB programs.

Depends:
cweb

cvs

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Version: 1.9-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:51 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Tom Lees <tom@lpsg.demon.co.uk>
Description:
Concurrent Versions System -- an RCS extension cvs is a front end to the rcs(1) revision control system which extends the notion of revision control from a collection of files in a single directory to a hierarchical collection of directories consisting of revision controlled files. These directories and files can be combined together to form a software release.

cvs provides the functions necessary to manage these software releases and to control the concurrent editing of source files among multiple software developers.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), rcs (>=5.7)

pcl-cvs

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Version: 1.9-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:51 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Tom Lees <tom@lpsg.demon.co.uk>
Description:
Concurrent Versions System Emacs extension (pcl-cvs) This is a lisp extension to emacs to support a "CVS mode". You probably won't need this, since emacs supports CVS fairly well anyway. However, this has been requested by a user, so it is included for completeness.
Depends:
cvs, elib, emacs

libbfd2.7.0.9-dev

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Version: 2.7.0.9-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:40 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU Binary File Descriptor library (development). BFD is a package which allows applications to use the same routines to operate on object files whatever the object file format. This package includes header files and static libraries necessary to build programs which use this library.
Depends:
libbfd2.7.0.9

binutils

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Version: 2.7.0.9-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:39 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU assembler, linker and binary utilities. The programs in this package are used to assemble, link and manipulate binary and object files. They may be used in conjunction with a compiler and various libraries to build programs for Linux.
Depends:
libbfd2.7.0.9, libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)
Conflicts:
gas, elf-binutils

libreadline2-dev

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Version: 2.1-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:28 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Guy Maor <maor@debian.org>
Description:
GNU readline and history libraries, development files. The GNU readline library aids in the consistency of user interface across discrete programs that need to provide a command line interface.

The GNU history library provides a consistent user interface for recalling lines of previously typed input.

Depends:
libreadline2 (= 2.1-2), libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), ncurses3.0
Conflicts:
libreadline-dev

libreadline2-dev

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Version: 2.1-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:25 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Guy Maor <maor@debian.org>
Description:
GNU readline and history libraries, development files. The GNU readline library aids in the consistency of user interface across discrete programs that need to provide a command line interface.

The GNU history library provides a consistent user interface for recalling lines of previously typed input.

Depends:
libreadline2 (= 2.1-2), libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), ncurses3.0
Conflicts:
libreadline-dev

zlib1-dev

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Version: 1:1.0.4-7 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:53:39 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Michael Alan Dorman <mdorman@debian.org>
Description:
compression library - development zlib is a library implementing the deflate compression method found in gzip and pkzip. This package includes the development support files.
Depends:
zlib1

xxgdb

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Version: 1.12-7 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:53:38 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Helmut Geyer <Helmut.Geyer@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de>
Description:
A X front-end to the GNU debugger gdb xxgdb is a simple but powerful graphical interface to the GNU debugger gdb. A more powerful (but slower and much bigger) interface is available in the ddd package.
Depends:
gdb, libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

slang0.99.34-dev

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Version: 0.99.38-1 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:53:03 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Chris Fearnley <cjf@netaxs.com>
Description:
A C programming library for user interfaces - development kit S-Lang is a C programmer's library that includes routines for the rapid development of sophisticated, user friendly, multi-platform applications.

The S-Lang library includes the following:
* Low level tty input routines for reading single characters at a time.
* Keymap routines for defining keys and manipulating multiple keymaps.
* A high-level keyprocessing interface (SLkp) for
handling function and arrow keys.
* High level screen management routines for manipulating both
monochrome and color terminals. These routines are very
efficient. (SLsmg)
* Low level terminal-independent routines for manipulating the display
of a terminal. (SLtt)
* Routines for reading single line input with line editing and recall
capabilities. (SLrline)
* Searching functions: both ordinary searches and regular expression
searches. (SLsearch)
* An embedded stack-based language interpreter with a C-like syntax.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), slang0.99.34 (>=0.99.37), libc5-dev
Conflicts:
slang-devel, slang-dev

make

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Version: 3.75-4 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:52:32 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
Description:
The GNU version of the "make" utility. GNU Make is a program that determines which pieces of a large program need to be recompiled and issues the commands to recompile them, when necessary. More information about GNU Make can be found in the `make' Info page.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

libgsm-bin

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Version: 1.0.10-2 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:52:31 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
User binaries for a GSM speech compressor. Contains user binaries for libgsm, an implementation of the European GSM 06.10 provisional standard for full-rate speech transcoding, prI-ETS 300 036, which uses RPE/LTP (residual pulse excitation/long term prediction) coding at 13 kbit/s.

GSM 06.10 compresses frames of 160 13-bit samples (8 kHz sampling rate, i.e. a frame rate of 50 Hz) into 260 bits; for compatibility with typical UNIX applications, our implementation turns frames of 160 16-bit linear samples into 33-byte frames (1650 Bytes/s). The quality of the algorithm is good enough for reliable speaker recognition; even music often survives transcoding in recognizable form (given the bandwidth limitations of 8 kHz sampling rate).

The interfaces offered are a front end modelled after compress(1), and a library API. Compression and decompression run faster than realtime on most SPARCstations. The implementation has been verified against the ETSI standard test patterns.

Depends:
libgsm1 (= 1.0.10-2), libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libgsm-dev

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Version: 1.0.10-2 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:52:31 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Development libraries for a GSM speech compressor. Contains header files and development libraries for libgsm, an implementation of the European GSM 06.10 provisional standard for full-rate speech transcoding, prI-ETS 300 036, which uses RPE/LTP (residual pulse excitation/long term prediction) coding at 13 kbit/s.

GSM 06.10 compresses frames of 160 13-bit samples (8 kHz sampling rate, i.e. a frame rate of 50 Hz) into 260 bits; for compatibility with typical UNIX applications, our implementation turns frames of 160 16-bit linear samples into 33-byte frames (1650 Bytes/s). The quality of the algorithm is good enough for reliable speaker recognition; even music often survives transcoding in recognizable form (given the bandwidth limitations of 8 kHz sampling rate).

The interfaces offered are a front end modelled after compress(1), and a library API. Compression and decompression run faster than realtime on most SPARCstations. The implementation has been verified against the ETSI standard test patterns.

Depends:
libgsm1 (= 1.0.10-2)

libelf0-dev

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Version: 0.6.4-5 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:52:28 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Enrique Zanardi <ezanardi@molec1.dfis.ull.es>
Description:
an ELF object file access library: development files The elf library provides routines to access, and manipulate, Elf object files. It is still not complete, but is required for a number of programs, such as Eli (a state of the art compiler generation system), and Elk (the Extension Language Kit - an implementation of the Scheme programming language.)

This development library is only needed if you intend to compile, or write, your own programs with this library. It holds the static linking library (.a), and the required .so link to libelf0.so.0. To run programs linked with this library, install the libelf0 package.

Depends:
libelf0 (=0.6.4-5)
Conflicts:
libelf-dev

flex

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Version: 2.5.4-2 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:52:20 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
A fast lexical analyzer generator. flex is a tool for generating scanners: programs which recognized lexical patterns in text. flex reads the given input files for a description of a scanner to generate. The description is in the form of pairs of regular expressions and C code, called rules. flex generates as output a C source file, lex.yy.c, which defines a routine yylex(). This file is compiled and linked with the -lfl library to produce an executable. When the executable is run, it analyzes its input for occurrences of the regular expressions. Whenever it finds one, it executes the corresponding C code.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

cweb

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Version: 3.4g-5 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:52:11 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Milan Zamazal <pdm@fi.muni.cz>
Description:
Knuth's & Levy's C/C++ programming system. CWEB allows you to write documents which can be used simultaneously as C/C++ programs and/or TeX documentation for them.

The philosophy behind CWEB is that programmers who want to provide the best possible documentation for their programs need two things simultaneously: a language like TeX for formatting, and a language like C for programming. Neither type of language can provide the best documentation by itself. But when both are appropriately combined, we obtain a system that is much more useful than either language separately.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

v-dev

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Version: 1.16-3 Last modified: Sun Mar 9 11:52:41 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>
Description:
V - a C++ GUI Framework (development files). V is a portable C++ GUI framework that supports X, Windows 3.1 and Win32 (suitable for NT and Windows 95).

It is implemented on top of a widget set such as Athena but the support for Motif has also been incorporated. For this reason, it has the look and feel of the native platform or widget set. This version is based on the Athena widget set. It is also compatible with at least the Athena 3D widget set, and possibly other Athena replacement widget sets.

Depends:
v1

v-dbg

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Version: 1.16-3 Last modified: Sun Mar 9 11:52:41 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>
Description:
V - a C++ GUI Framework (library debugging files). V is a portable C++ GUI framework that supports X, Windows 3.1 and Win32 (suitable for NT and Windows 95).

It is implemented on top of a widget set such as Athena but the support for Motif has also been incorporated. For this reason, it has the look and feel of the native platform or widget set. This version is based on the Athena widget set. It is also compatible with at least the Athena 3D widget set, and possibly other Athena replacement widget sets.

Depends:
v1, v-dev

v-bin

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Version: 1.16-3 Last modified: Sun Mar 9 11:52:41 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>
Description:
V - a C++ GUI Framework (binaries). V is a portable C++ GUI framework that supports X, Windows 3.1 and Win32 (suitable for NT and Windows 95).

It is implemented on top of a widget set such as Athena but the support for Motif has also been incorporated. For this reason, it has the look and feel of the native platform or widget set. This version is based on the Athena widget set. It is also compatible with at least the Athena 3D widget set, and possibly other Athena replacement widget sets.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), libg++27 (>= 2.7.2.1-1), v1, xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

v-doc

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Version: 1.16-3 Last modified: Sun Mar 9 11:52:41 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>
Description:
V - a C++ GUI Framework (documentation). V is a portable C++ GUI framework that supports X, Windows 3.1 and Win32 (suitable for NT and Windows 95).

It is implemented on top of a widget set such as Athena but the support for Motif has also been incorporated. For this reason, it has the look and feel of the native platform or widget set. This version is based on the Athena widget set. It is also compatible with at least the Athena 3D widget set, and possibly other Athena replacement widget sets.


linux86

*download (288 Kb)
Version: 0.0.11-0 Last modified: Sat Mar 8 11:52:47 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Siggy Brentrup <bsb@debian.org>
Description:
Environment for 8086 Software development Linux-86 = Embedded Linux Kernel Enviroment for 8086. The project attempts to provide a running Linux system for 8086 CPUs.

It contains a working assember, linker and C-compiler for 8086 cpus which is important for the development of boot loaders or BIOS related 8086 code. C-Library and example code (tiny-utils) are also provided.

Linux-86 can run 8086 code under i386 Linux by implementing a new executable binary format. The execution of 8086 code can be used for testing or to use the advantage of the compactness/speed of 8086 binaries.

Linux-86 contains an upgraded version of as86 which is also a part of the binutils86 package (essential for compilation of the integrated kernel loader)

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libdnd1-dev

*download (94 Kb)
Version: 1.0-4 Last modified: Sat Mar 8 11:52:43 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
OffiX drag and drop protocol (development files). The OffiX Project is an attempt to make Unix systems more user-friendly. This package provides a drag and drop scheme.

Any X program can use this protocol to communicate with other programs. An Xt interface to Dnd is furnished with OffiX distribution.

Depends:
libdnd1, libc5-dev

gcc

*download (2.26 Mb)
Version: 2.7.2.1-7 Last modified: Sat Mar 8 11:52:29 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU C compiler (ELF version). The GNU C compiler is a fairly portable optimizing compiler that supports multiple languages. It includes (runtime) support for C, C++, and Objective C (support for Objective C was donated by NeXT).
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), cpp (>= 2.7.2.1-1), binutils (>= 2.7-1)

g77

*download (1012 Kb)
Version: 0.5.20-1 Last modified: Sat Mar 8 11:52:22 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU Fortran compiler. The GNU Fortan compiler compilers fortran 77 on platforms supported by gcc. It uses the gcc backend for generating optimized code.

Please note that this version of the compiler has been built against gcc 2.7.2.1. Because g77 is part of the gcc language suite, it will not work properly with any other version. It may be necessary to remove g77 before upgrading gcc to any higher upstream release.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), gcc (>= 2.7.2.1-1), gcc (<< 2.7.2.2)

slang0.99.34-dev

*download (175 Kb)
Version: 0.99.38-1 Last modified: Fri Mar 7 11:53:23 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Chris Fearnley <cjf@netaxs.com>
Description:
A C programming library for user interfaces - development kit S-Lang is a C programmer's library that includes routines for the rapid development of sophisticated, user friendly, multi-platform applications.

The S-Lang library includes the following:
* Low level tty input routines for reading single characters at a time.
* Keymap routines for defining keys and manipulating multiple keymaps.
* A high-level keyprocessing interface (SLkp) for
handling function and arrow keys.
* High level screen management routines for manipulating both
monochrome and color terminals. These routines are very
efficient. (SLsmg)
* Low level terminal-independent routines for manipulating the display
of a terminal. (SLtt)
* Routines for reading single line input with line editing and recall
capabilities. (SLrline)
* Searching functions: both ordinary searches and regular expression
searches. (SLsearch)
* An embedded stack-based language interpreter with a C-like syntax.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), slang0.99.34 (>=0.99.38), libc5-dev
Conflicts:
slang-devel, slang-dev

make

*download (216 Kb)
Version: 3.75-4 Last modified: Fri Mar 7 11:52:43 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
Description:
The GNU version of the "make" utility. GNU Make is a program that determines which pieces of a large program need to be recompiled and issues the commands to recompile them, when necessary. More information about GNU Make can be found in the `make' Info page.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libelf0-dev

*download (18 Kb)
Version: 0.6.4-5 Last modified: Fri Mar 7 11:52:41 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Enrique Zanardi <ezanardi@molec1.dfis.ull.es>
Description:
an ELF object file access library: development files The elf library provides routines to access, and manipulate, Elf object files. It is still not complete, but is required for a number of programs, such as Eli (a state of the art compiler generation system), and Elk (the Extension Language Kit - an implementation of the Scheme programming language.)

This development library is only needed if you intend to compile, or write, your own programs with this library. It holds the static linking library (.a), and the required .so link to libelf0.so.0. To run programs linked with this library, install the libelf0 package.

Depends:
libelf0 (=0.6.4-5)
Conflicts:
libelf-dev

zlib1-dev

*download (34 Kb)
Version: 1:1.0.4-7 Last modified: Thu Mar 6 07:45:55 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Michael Alan Dorman <mdorman@debian.org>
Description:
compression library - development zlib is a library implementing the deflate compression method found in gzip and pkzip. This package includes the development support files.
Depends:
zlib1

ncurses3.0-pic

*download (233 Kb)
Version: 1.9.9e-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:26:13 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Michael Alan Dorman <mdorman@lot49.med.miami.edu>
Description:
Video terminal manipulation: Shared-library subset kit. This is used to develop subsets of the ncurses shared libraries for use on custom installation floppies and in embedded systems. Unless you're making one of those, you won't need this package.
Depends:
ncurses3.0, ncurses3.0-dev, libc5-dev
Conflicts:

ncurses3.0-dev

*download (1.01 Mb)
Version: 1.9.9e-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:26:13 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Michael Alan Dorman <mdorman@lot49.med.miami.edu>
Description:
Video terminal manipulation: Developer's libraries and docs. This package contains the header files, static, and profiling libraries and symbolic links that developers using ncurses will need.
Depends:
ncurses3.0, libc5-dev
Conflicts:
ncurses, ncurses-developer, ncurses21-dev, ncurses-dev

strace

*download (58 Kb)
Version: 3.1-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:56 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Wichert Akkerman <wakkerma@wi.leidenuniv.nl>
Description:
A system call tracer strace is a system call tracer, i.e. a debugging tool which prints out a trace of all the system calls made by a another proces/program. The program to be traced need not be recompiled for this, so you can use it on binaries for which you don't have source.

System calls and signals are events that happen at the user/kernel interface. A close examination of this boundary is very useful for bug isolation, sanity checking and attempting to capture race conditions.


rcs

*download (366 Kb)
Version: 5.7-4 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:56 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Sven Rudolph <sr1@inf.tu-dresden.de>
Description:
The GNU Revision Control System The Revision Control System (RCS) manages multiple revisions of files. RCS automates the storing, retrieval, logging, identification, and merging of revisions. RCS is useful for text that is revised frequently, for example programs, documentation, graphics, papers, and form letters.

perl

*download (2.04 Mb)
Version: 5.003-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:55 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Darren Stalder <torin@daft.com>
Description:
Larry Wall's Practical Extracting and Report Language. An interpreted scripting language, known among some as "Unix's Swiss Army Chainsaw".

Perl is optimized for scanning arbitrary text files and system administration. It has built-in extended regular expression matching and replacement, a dataflow mechanism to improve security with setuid scripts and is extendible via modules that can interface to C libraries.

Pre-depends:
libc5, libgdbm1, libdb1

perl-suid

*download (295 Kb)
Version: 5.003-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:52 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Darren Stalder <torin@daft.com>
Description:
Runs setuid perl scripts. This can be a security hole but it is much safer than shell scripts and with -Tw can be much safer than setuid executables.
Depends:
perl (=5.003-2)
Conflicts:
perl_suid

perl-debug

*download (1.63 Mb)
Version: 5.003-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:52 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Darren Stalder <torin@daft.com>
Description:
Allow debugging perl scripts (and perl). Truly extensive and exhaustive output is possible with different settings.
Depends:
perl (=5.003-2)
Conflicts:
perl_debug

make

*download (184 Kb)
Version: 3.75-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:50 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
Description:
The GNU version of the "make" utility. GNU Make is a program that determines which pieces of a large program need to be recompiled and issues the commands to recompile them, when necessary. More information about GNU Make can be found in the `make' Info page.

m4

*download (86 Kb)
Version: 1.4-3 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:50 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Dale Scheetz <dwarf@polaris.net>
Description:
GNU m4 - a macro processing language
Depends:
libc5

libreadline2-dev

*download (182 Kb)
Version: 2.1-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:49 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Guy Maor <maor@debian.org>
Description:
GNU readline and history libraries, development files. The GNU readline library aids in the consistency of user interface across discrete programs that need to provide a command line interface.

The GNU history library provides a consistent user interface for recalling lines of previously typed input.

Depends:
libreadline2 (= 2.1-1)
Conflicts:
libreadline-dev

libgdbm1-dev

*download (38 Kb)
Version: 1.7.3-11 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:49 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Ray Dassen <jdassen@wi.LeidenUniv.nl>
Description:
GNU dbm database routines (development files) GNU dbm (`gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX `dbm' functions.

The basic use of `gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus providing a persistent version of the `dictionary' Abstract Data Type (`hash' to perl programmers).

Depends:
libgdbm1 (>=1.7.3)
Conflicts:
libgdbm-dev

libc6-dev

*download (3.40 Mb)
Version: 6.0.0-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:49 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Miquel van Smoorenburg <miquels@cistron.nl>
Description:
The GNU C library version 6 (development files).
Depends:
libc6

libbsd

*download (5 Kb)
Version: 5.2.18 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:46 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Miquel van Smoorenburg <miquels@cistron.nl>
Description:
BSD compatibility library for GNU libc.
Depends:
libc6-dev

gettext

*download (261 Kb)
Version: 0.10.23-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:46 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Erick Branderhorst <branderh@debian.org>
Description:
Internationalization utitilities Interesting for authors or maintainers of other packages or programs which they want to see internationalized. Users of GNU packages should also install GNU gettext because some other GNU packages will use the gettext program included in this package to internationalize the messages given by shell scripts.
Depends:
libc5

gcc

*download (2.89 Mb)
Version: 2.7.2-8 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:45 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@ods.com>
Description:
The GNU C compiler (ELF version). The GNU C compiler is a fairly portable optimizing compiler that supports multiple languages. It includes (runtime) support for C, C++, and Objective C (support for Objective C was donated by NeXT).
Depends:
libc5 (>=5.2.18-5), binutils (>=2.6-2)
Conflicts:
elf-gcc, cpp
Recommended:
libc-dev

flex

*download (164 Kb)
Version: 2.5.4-0 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:42 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
A fast lexical analyzer generator. flex is a tool for generating scanners: programs which recognized lexical patterns in text. flex reads the given input files for a description of a scanner to generate. The description is in the form of pairs of regular expressions and C code, called rules. flex generates as output a C source file, lex.yy.c, which defines a routine yylex(). This file is compiled and linked with the -lfl library to produce an executable. When the executable is run, it analyzes its input for occurrences of the regular expressions. Whenever it finds one, it executes the corresponding C code.

cvs

*download (529 Kb)
Version: 1.9-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:42 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Tom Lees <tom@lpsg.demon.co.uk>
Description:
Concurrent Versions System -- an RCS extension cvs is a front end to the rcs(1) revision control system which extends the notion of revision control from a collection of files in a single directory to a hierarchical collection of directories consisting of revision controlled files. These directories and files can be combined together to form a software release.

cvs provides the functions necessary to manage these software releases and to control the concurrent editing of source files among multiple software developers.

Depends:
rcs (>=5.7)

cpp

*download (91 Kb)
Version: 2.7.2-8 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:41 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@ods.com>
Description:
The GNU C preprocessor (ELF version). The GNU C preprocessor is required by some utilities that use it for macro substitutions. The package is provided for the benefit of those who don't want to install gcc.
Depends:
libc5 (>=5.2.18-5)
Conflicts:
gcc, elf-gcc

bison

*download (127 Kb)
Version: 1:1.25-3 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:41 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
A parser generator that is compatible with YACC. Bison is a general-purpose parser generator that converts a grammar description for an LALR(1) context-free grammar into a C program to parse that grammar. Once you are proficient with Bison, you may use it to develop a wide range of language parsers, from those used in simple desk calculators to complex programming languages.

Bison is upward compatible with Yacc: all properly-written Yacc grammars ought to work with Bison with no change. Anyone familiar with Yacc should be able to use Bison with little trouble.


binutils

*download (1.18 Mb)
Version: 2.7-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 23:24:41 1997
Architecture: alpha
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@ods.com>
Description:
The GNU assembler, linker and binary utilities. The programs in this package are used to assemble, link and manipulate binary, object files. They may be used in conjunction with a compiler and various libraries to build programs for Linux.
Depends:
libc5 (>=5.2.18-11), libbfd27
Conflicts:
gas, elf-binutils

tk42-dev

*download (494 Kb)
Version: 4.2p2-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:40 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The Tk toolkit for TCL and X11 v4.2 - Development Package. Tk is an X11 toolkit that provides the Motif look and feel and is implemented using the Tcl scripting language.
Depends:
tcl76-dev (>=7.6-0), tk42 (=4.2p2-1)
Conflicts:
tk, tk-dev

tcl76-dev

*download (307 Kb)
Version: 7.6p2-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:38 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The Tool Command Language (TCL) v7.6 - Development Package. TCL is a powerful, easy to use, interpreted scripting language.
Depends:
libc5-dev (>=5.4.0-0), tcl76 (=7.6p2-1)
Conflicts:
tcl, tcl-dev

libdnd1-dev

*download (94 Kb)
Version: 1.0-3 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:18 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
OffiX drag and drop protocol (development files). The OffiX Project is an attempt to make Unix systems more user-friendly. This package provides a drag and drop scheme.

Any X program can use this protocol to communicate with other programs. An Xt interface to Dnd is furnished with OffiX distribution.

Depends:
libdnd1, libc5-dev

indent

*download (59 Kb)
Version: 1.9.1-16 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:17 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
C language source code formatting program The `indent' program changes the appearance of a C program by inserting or deleting whitespace.

`indent' also provides options for controlling the alignment of braces and declarations, program indenting, and other stylistic parameters, including formatting of both C and C++ comments.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

diffstat

*download (8 Kb)
Version: 1.25-5 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:10 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Scott K. Ellis <storm@gate.net>
Description:
produces graph of changes introduced by a diff file This program is a simple that reads the output of the 'diff' program, and produces a histogram of the total number of lines that were changed. It is useful for scanning a patch file to see which files were changed.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

bison

*download (117 Kb)
Version: 1:1.25-4 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:07 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
A parser generator that is compatible with YACC. Bison is a general-purpose parser generator that converts a grammar description for an LALR(1) context-free grammar into a C program to parse that grammar. Once you are proficient with Bison, you may use it to develop a wide range of language parsers, from those used in simple desk calculators to complex programming languages.

Bison is upward compatible with Yacc: all properly-written Yacc grammars ought to work with Bison with no change. Anyone familiar with Yacc should be able to use Bison with little trouble.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

cflow

*download (13 Kb)
Version: 2.0-9 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:07 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Dominik Kubla <dominik@debian.org>
Description:
C function call hierarchy analyzer The cflow command reads the given program source and attempts to print a graph of the program's function call hierarchy to the standard output.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

localebin

*download (39 Kb)
Version: 5.4.23-2 Last modified: Sun Mar 2 11:55:43 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The locale binaries of the Linux C library version 5. These binries are needed to compile the locale file to work with libc version 5.4.0 and higher.
Depends:
libc5 (>=5.4.0-0)

libc5-pic

*download (765 Kb)
Version: 5.4.23-2 Last modified: Sun Mar 2 11:55:42 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
Kit for building specialized versions of the shared C library. This installs an archive of C library object modules, /usr/lib/libc5-pic.a, compiled as position-independent code. This archive can be used to build specialized versions of the run-time-shared C library. It is almost identical to /usr/lib/libc.a except that it is compiled in PIC. You won't need this unless you are designing a custom boot floppy or an embedded system.

libc5-dbg

*download (1.09 Mb)
Version: 5.4.23-2 Last modified: Sun Mar 2 11:55:42 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The Linux C library version 5 (debug files). Includes a static libraries compiled with debugging info.
Depends:
libc5-dev (=5.4.23-2)

libc5-dev

*download (828 Kb)
Version: 5.4.23-2 Last modified: Sun Mar 2 11:55:39 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The Linux C library version 5 (development files). Includes libc headers, kernel headers (v2.0.29) and static libraries.
Depends:
libc5 (=5.4.23-2)
Conflicts:
libc (<<4.6.27-11), libc-dev

win32gcc

*download (1.97 Mb)
Version: 17.1-1 Last modified: Sat Mar 1 18:02:31 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
The GNU C compiler (Win32 version). The GNU C compiler, targeted to generate code for Microsoft Windows. The GNU C compiler is a fairly portable optimizing compiler that supports multiple languages. It includes (runtime) support for C, C++, and Objective C (support for Objective C was donated by NeXT).
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), win32binutils (= 17.1-1)

win32binutils

*download (4.98 Mb)
Version: 17.1-1 Last modified: Sat Mar 1 18:02:28 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
The GNU assembler, linker and binary utilities (Win32 version). The programs in this package are used to assemble, link and manipulate binary and object files. They may be used in conjunction with a compiler and various libraries to build programs for the Win32 API.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

win32libs

*download (2.08 Mb)
Version: 17.1-1 Last modified: Sat Mar 1 18:02:22 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
POXIX emulation libraries for the Win32 API. The Cygwin32 POSIX emulation libraries for the Win32 API. These libraries allow POSIX-based software to be compiled for Windows NT without changes to the source.
Depends:
win32binutils (= 17.1-1), win32gcc (= 17.1-1)

cflow

*download (14 Kb)
Version: 2.0-9 Last modified: Sat Mar 1 17:35:32 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Dominik Kubla <dominik@debian.org>
Description:
C function call hierarchy analyzer The cflow command reads the given program source and attempts to print a graph of the program's function call hierarchy to the standard output.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

localebin

*download (43 Kb)
Version: 5.4.23-2 Last modified: Sat Mar 1 17:35:23 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The locale binaries of the Linux C library version 5. These binries are needed to compile the locale file to work with libc version 5.4.0 and higher.
Depends:
libc5 (>=5.4.0-0)

libc5-pic

*download (830 Kb)
Version: 5.4.23-2 Last modified: Sat Mar 1 17:35:23 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
Kit for building specialized versions of the shared C library. This installs an archive of C library object modules, /usr/lib/libc5-pic.a, compiled as position-independent code. This archive can be used to build specialized versions of the run-time-shared C library. It is almost identical to /usr/lib/libc.a except that it is compiled in PIC. You won't need this unless you are designing a custom boot floppy or an embedded system.

libc5-dbg

*download (1.14 Mb)
Version: 5.4.23-2 Last modified: Sat Mar 1 17:35:21 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The Linux C library version 5 (debug files). Includes a static libraries compiled with debugging info.
Depends:
libc5-dev (=5.4.23-2)

libc5-dev

*download (837 Kb)
Version: 5.4.23-2 Last modified: Sat Mar 1 17:35:21 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
David Engel <david@debian.org>
Description:
The Linux C library version 5 (development files). Includes libc headers, kernel headers (v2.0.29) and static libraries.
Depends:
libc5 (=5.4.23-2)
Conflicts:
libc (<<4.6.27-11), libc-dev

dist

*download (497 Kb)
Version: 3.70-1 Last modified: Fri Feb 28 14:53:02 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
Description:
Tools for developing, maintaining and distributing software. The dist package is a set of tools meant to ease the construction and maintenance of portable software.

The first component is the Configure script generator, metaconfig, which automatically builds the Configure script from your sources. Ideally, the end-user receiving your source code will simply have to read your README file, run the Configure script (which is self-documented), and then run make.

The second component is the Makefile.SH generator, which is a generic configured Makefile, reusing some of the information figured out by Configure, and a generic Jmakefile description.

The third component is the RCS aware package generator, which is used when it's time to build up the shell archives used to distribute your program.

The fourth and latest component is the patch generator, used to make updates of your sources, which can later be applied on the original distribution by using the patch program.

Depends:
perl

diffstat

*download (9 Kb)
Version: 1.25-5 Last modified: Thu Feb 27 17:57:55 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Scott K. Ellis <storm@gate.net>
Description:
produces graph of changes introduced by a diff file This program is a simple that reads the output of the 'diff' program, and produces a histogram of the total number of lines that were changed. It is useful for scanning a patch file to see which files were changed.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

lesstif-bin

*download (80 Kb)
Version: 0.76-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:50:21 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
User binaries for lesstif Contains user binaries for lesstif, the Hungry Programmers' version of OSF/Motif. Lesstif is intended to be source code compatible with Motif 1.2, meaning that the same source will compile with both libraries and work the same way.

Contains binaries for mwm and xmbind.

Depends:
lesstif (= 0.76-1), libc5 (>= 5.2.18), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

lesstif-dev

*download (93 Kb)
Version: 0.76-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:50:19 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Header files for lesstif Contains C header files and development shared libraries libraries for lesstif, the Hungry Programmers' version of OSF/Motif. Lesstif is intended to be source code compatible with Motif 1.2, meaning that the same source will compile with both libraries and work the same way.

Contains development libraries and header files for libXm and libMrm.

Depends:
lesstif (= 0.76-1)

lesstif-dbg

*download (3.09 Mb)
Version: 0.76-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:50:16 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Header files for lesstif Contains static libraries with debugging symbols for lesstif, the Hungry Programmers' version of OSF/Motif. Lesstif is intended to be source code compatible with Motif 1.2, meaning that the same source will compile with both libraries and work the same way.

Contains static libraries with debugging symbols for libXm and libMrm.

Depends:
lesstif (= 0.76-1), lesstif-dev (= 0.76-1)

lesstif-bin

*download (87 Kb)
Version: 0.76-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:50:00 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
User binaries for lesstif Contains user binaries for lesstif, the Hungry Programmers' version of OSF/Motif. Lesstif is intended to be source code compatible with Motif 1.2, meaning that the same source will compile with both libraries and work the same way.

Contains binaries for mwm and xmbind.

Depends:
lesstif (= 0.76-1), lesstif (>= 0.75a-1), libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

lesstif-dev

*download (93 Kb)
Version: 0.76-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:49:59 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Header files for lesstif Contains C header files and development shared libraries libraries for lesstif, the Hungry Programmers' version of OSF/Motif. Lesstif is intended to be source code compatible with Motif 1.2, meaning that the same source will compile with both libraries and work the same way.

Contains development libraries and header files for libXm and libMrm.

Depends:
lesstif (= 0.76-1)

lesstif-dbg

*download (3.27 Mb)
Version: 0.76-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:49:58 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Header files for lesstif Contains static libraries with debugging symbols for lesstif, the Hungry Programmers' version of OSF/Motif. Lesstif is intended to be source code compatible with Motif 1.2, meaning that the same source will compile with both libraries and work the same way.

Contains static libraries with debugging symbols for libXm and libMrm.

Depends:
lesstif (= 0.76-1), lesstif-dev (= 0.76-1)

doc++

*download (208 Kb)
Version: 3.0-1 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 16:49:00 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Gordon Russell <g.russell@dcs.napier.ac.uk>
Description:
A documentation system for C/C++ and Java DOC++ is a documentation system for C/C++ and Java generating both LaTeX output for high quality hardcopies and HTML output for sophisticated online browsing of your documentation. The documentation is extracted directly from the C++ header or Java class files.

Here are a list of the highlights:

- heirarchically structured documentation

- automatic class graph generation (as Java applets for HTML)

- cross references

- high end formating support including typesetting of equations

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), libg++27 (>= 2.7.2.1-1)

xxgdb

*download (54 Kb)
Version: 1.12-7 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 11:54:06 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Helmut Geyer <Helmut.Geyer@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de>
Description:
A X front-end to the GNU debugger gdb xxgdb is a simple but powerful graphical interface to the GNU debugger gdb. A more powerful (but slower and much bigger) interface is available in the ddd package.
Depends:
gdb, libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

libnatali-dev

*download (31 Kb)
Version: 1.10-3 Last modified: Tue Feb 25 11:52:42 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
An AppleTalk Library Interface compatibility library for Netatalk Development files for natali, a partial implementation of the AT&T/Apple AppleTalk Library Interface. The ALI was designed as the standard AppleTalk API for Unix System V Release 4.
Depends:
libnatali1 (= 1.10-3)

dlltools

*download (123 Kb)
Version: 2.17-13 Last modified: Mon Feb 24 11:52:23 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Mark W. Eichin <eichin@kitten.gen.ma.us>
Description:
Tools used to create DLL jumptable libraries. dlltools are the tools used to create linux a.out DLL jump-table libraries. You shouldn't be doing this anymore, other than for backwards compatibility. ELF is the way to go.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libproc-dev

*download (42 Kb)
Version: 1.11.3 Last modified: Sat Feb 22 11:53:22 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Helmut Geyer <Helmut.Geyer@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de>
Description:
library for accessing process information from /proc These are the header files, static library and manpages for libproc. Some packages using libproc to access process information from /proc need these to compile.
Depends:
libc5-dev, libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), procps (>=1.11-1)

indent

*download (60 Kb)
Version: 1.9.1-16 Last modified: Sat Feb 22 11:52:44 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
C language source code formatting program The `indent' program changes the appearance of a C program by inserting or deleting whitespace.

`indent' also provides options for controlling the alignment of braces and declarations, program indenting, and other stylistic parameters, including formatting of both C and C++ comments.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

checker

*download (2.18 Mb)
Version: 0.8-7 Last modified: Sat Feb 22 11:52:25 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Ben Pfaff <pfaffben@pilot.msu.edu>
Description:
Memory access debugger for C language development Drop-in addition to `gcc' that allows programmers to find most memory-related bugs easily. Checker can automatically find memory leaks, reads from uninitialized data, writes to bad locations, and so on, in automatic, dynamic, and static memory. Checker's main disadvantage is that it causes the program to run many times slower. You can compile your program to use Checker by using the command `checkergcc' in place of `gcc'. However, please do read the documentation, it contains some important information.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), binutils (>= 2.7-5), gcc (>= 2.7.2.1-3), gcc (<< 2.8.0), termcap-compat

libproc-dev

*download (43 Kb)
Version: 1.11.3 Last modified: Fri Feb 21 11:53:53 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Helmut Geyer <Helmut.Geyer@iwr.uni-heidelberg.de>
Description:
library for accessing process information from /proc These are the header files, static library and manpages for libproc. Some packages using libproc to access process information from /proc need these to compile.
Depends:
libc5-dev, libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), procps (>=1.11-1)

gmp

*download (43 Kb)
Version: 1.3.2-8 Last modified: Fri Feb 21 11:53:01 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Dale Scheetz <dwarf@polaris.net>
Description:
Multiprecision arithmetic library GNU MP is a programmer's library for arbitrary precision arithmetic (ie, a bignum package). It can operate on signed integers and rational numbers.

It has a rich set of functions, and the functions have a regular interface.

Programs you build using GNU MP become covered by the GNU General Public Licence (GPL) because of the way GNU MP is licensed.


c2man

*download (59 Kb)
Version: 2.41-3 Last modified: Fri Feb 21 11:52:45 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@pilgrim.umass.edu>
Description:
Graham Stoney's mechanized man page generator C2man is an automatic documentation tool that extracts comments from C source code to generate functional interface documentation in the same format as sections 2 & 3 of the Unix Programmer's Manual. It requires minimal effort from the programmer by looking for comments in the usual places near the objects they document, rather than imposing a rigid function-comment syntax or requiring that the programmer learn and use a typesetting language. Acceptable documentation can often be generated from existing code with no modifications.

conformance: supports both K&R and ISO/ANSI C coding styles

features:
+ generates output in nroff -man, TeXinfo, LaTeX or
HTML format
+ handles comments as part of the language grammar
+ automagically documents enum parameter & return
values
+ handles C (/* */) and C++ (//) style comments
- doesn't handle C++ grammar (yet)

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

bison

*download (120 Kb)
Version: 1:1.25-4 Last modified: Fri Feb 21 11:52:44 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
A parser generator that is compatible with YACC. Bison is a general-purpose parser generator that converts a grammar description for an LALR(1) context-free grammar into a C program to parse that grammar. Once you are proficient with Bison, you may use it to develop a wide range of language parsers, from those used in simple desk calculators to complex programming languages.

Bison is upward compatible with Yacc: all properly-written Yacc grammars ought to work with Bison with no change. Anyone familiar with Yacc should be able to use Bison with little trouble.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libg++27-dev

*download (846 Kb)
Version: 2.7.2.1-8 Last modified: Thu Feb 20 11:54:04 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
joost witteveen <joostje@debian.org>
Description:
The GNU C++ libraries (ELF version). This package contains the additional statically linked libraries for g++, and the documentation and header files.
Depends:
libc5 (>=5.4.7-6), libc5-dev

c2man

*download (62 Kb)
Version: 2.41-3 Last modified: Sat Feb 15 12:32:18 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@pilgrim.umass.edu>
Description:
Graham Stoney's mechanized man page generator C2man is an automatic documentation tool that extracts comments from C source code to generate functional interface documentation in the same format as sections 2 & 3 of the Unix Programmer's Manual. It requires minimal effort from the programmer by looking for comments in the usual places near the objects they document, rather than imposing a rigid function-comment syntax or requiring that the programmer learn and use a typesetting language. Acceptable documentation can often be generated from existing code with no modifications.

conformance: supports both K&R and ISO/ANSI C coding styles

features:
+ generates output in nroff -man, TeXinfo, LaTeX or
HTML format
+ handles comments as part of the language grammar
+ automagically documents enum parameter & return
values
+ handles C (/* */) and C++ (//) style comments
- doesn't handle C++ grammar (yet)

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

ftplib

*download (74 Kb)
Version: 1-5 Last modified: Thu Feb 13 06:33:51 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
Library of callable ftp routines Ftplib makes it easier for programmers to use file transfer in their programs.

Include an example command line utility for transferring files via ftp (RFC959).

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

ftplib

*download (75 Kb)
Version: 1-5 Last modified: Tue Feb 11 13:10:07 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
Library of callable ftp routines Ftplib makes it easier for programmers to use file transfer in their programs.

Include an example command line utility for transferring files via ftp (RFC959).

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libg++27-dev

*download (882 Kb)
Version: 2.7.2.1-8 Last modified: Sun Feb 9 06:59:10 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
joost witteveen <joostje@debian.org>
Description:
The GNU C++ libraries (ELF version). This package contains the additional statically linked libraries for g++, and the documentation and header files.
Depends:
libc5 (>=5.4.7-6), libc5-dev

bin86

*download (31 Kb)
Version: 0.4-2 Last modified: Fri Feb 7 08:09:54 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
joost witteveen <joost@debian.org>
Description:
Assembler and loader for kernel compilation. This is the as86 and ld86 distribution written by Bruce Evans. It's a complete 8086 assembler and loader hich can make 32-bit code for the 386+ processors (under linux it's used only to create the 16-bit bootsector and setup binaries).
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

electric-fence

*download (12 Kb)
Version: 2.0.5-3 Last modified: Wed Feb 5 09:30:32 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Siggy Brentrup <bsb@debian.org>
Description:
A malloc(3) debugger Use virtual memory hardware to detect illegal memory accesses.

visual-tcl

*download (79 Kb)
Version: 1.07-2 Last modified: Mon Feb 3 11:36:34 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Jonathan K. Rabone <jkr@debian.org>
Description:
Tcl GUI builder for UNIX, Windows & Macintosh Visual Tcl is a freely-available, high-quality application development environment for UNIX, Windows and Macintosh platforms. Written entirely in Tcl and generating pure Tcl should make porting either unnecessary or trivial. Visual Tcl is covered by the GNU General Public License insuring that it will remain in the capable hands of the internet community. Visual Tcl has no relation to SCO Visual Tcl or the FREE Visual Tcl/Tk project.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.7-7), tcl76 (>= 7.6-1), tk42 (>=4.2-1), elf-x11r6lib
Conflicts:
vt

guavac

*download (610 Kb)
Version: 0.2.5-4 Last modified: Sat Feb 1 14:12:54 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
A java compiler. This is a Debian packaging of Effective Edge Technologies Java compiler. Guavac will allow you to write your own Java programs and applets. If you recompile your kernel with Java executables enabled, you can even "run" Java programs just like regular executables.

Check out 'http://www.javasoft.com/' for general information on Java, and 'http://www.blackdown.org/java-linux.html' for specific information on the Linux port.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), libg++27

nasm

*download (108 Kb)
Version: 0.93-1 Last modified: Sat Feb 1 08:21:34 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
General-purpose x86 assembler Netwide Assembler. NASM will currently output flat-form binary files, a.out, COFF and ELF Unix object files, and Microsoft 16-bit DOS and Win32 object files.

Also included is NDISASM, a prototype x86 binary-file disassembler which uses the same instruction table as NASM.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libtool

*download (91 Kb)
Version: 0.7-3 Last modified: Thu Jan 30 06:35:36 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Generic library support script. This is GNU libtool, a generic library support script. Libtool hides the complexity of generating special library types (such as shared libraries) behind a consistent interface. To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your Makefile, Makefile.in, or Makefile.am. See the documentation for details. Libtool supports building static libraries on all platforms.

binutils

*download (1.09 Mb)
Version: 2.7-6 Last modified: Wed Jan 29 15:18:11 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU assembler, linker and binary utilities. The programs in this package are used to assemble, link and manipulate binary and object files. They may be used in conjunction with a compiler and various libraries to build programs for Linux.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)
Conflicts:
gas, elf-binutils

aout-binutils

*download (82 Kb)
Version: 2.7-6 Last modified: Tue Jan 28 10:21:54 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU assembler and binary utilities (a.out version). The programs in this package are used to assemble, link and manipulate binary and object files in the old a.out format. They may be used in conjunction with the aout-gcc cross compiler to build Linux programs in that format. It is provided as a courtesy to those who need it, and will almost certainly be retired in the not-too-distant future.

You also need the ELF version of binutils to work with this a.out version.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), binutils (>= 2.7-4)

rcs

*download (246 Kb)
Version: 5.7-4 Last modified: Tue Jan 28 08:22:24 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Sven Rudolph <sr1@inf.tu-dresden.de>
Description:
The GNU Revision Control System The Revision Control System (RCS) manages multiple revisions of files. RCS automates the storing, retrieval, logging, identification, and merging of revisions. RCS is useful for text that is revised frequently, for example programs, documentation, graphics, papers, and form letters.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

libdb1-dev

*download (170 Kb)
Version: 1.85.4-3 Last modified: Tue Jan 28 08:14:16 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Mark Eichin <eichin@kitten.gen.ma.us>
Description:
The Berkeley database routines (development files). libdb is a library for manipulating database files, developed at Berkeley.

It supports three kinds of file formats:
* btree. A representation of a sorted, balanced tree structure.
* hashed. An extensible, dynamic hashing scheme.
* UNIX file oriented. A byte stream file with fixed our variable length
records

Depends:
libdb1, libc5-dev

libgsm-dev

*download (44 Kb)
Version: 1.0.10-2 Last modified: Mon Jan 27 09:47:40 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Development libraries for a GSM speech compressor. Contains header files and development libraries for libgsm, an implementation of the European GSM 06.10 provisional standard for full-rate speech transcoding, prI-ETS 300 036, which uses RPE/LTP (residual pulse excitation/long term prediction) coding at 13 kbit/s.

GSM 06.10 compresses frames of 160 13-bit samples (8 kHz sampling rate, i.e. a frame rate of 50 Hz) into 260 bits; for compatibility with typical UNIX applications, our implementation turns frames of 160 16-bit linear samples into 33-byte frames (1650 Bytes/s). The quality of the algorithm is good enough for reliable speaker recognition; even music often survives transcoding in recognizable form (given the bandwidth limitations of 8 kHz sampling rate).

The interfaces offered are a front end modelled after compress(1), and a library API. Compression and decompression run faster than realtime on most SPARCstations. The implementation has been verified against the ETSI standard test patterns.

Depends:
libgsm1 (= 1.0.10-2)

libgsm-bin

*download (21 Kb)
Version: 1.0.10-2 Last modified: Mon Jan 27 09:47:33 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
User binaries for a GSM speech compressor. Contains user binaries for libgsm, an implementation of the European GSM 06.10 provisional standard for full-rate speech transcoding, prI-ETS 300 036, which uses RPE/LTP (residual pulse excitation/long term prediction) coding at 13 kbit/s.

GSM 06.10 compresses frames of 160 13-bit samples (8 kHz sampling rate, i.e. a frame rate of 50 Hz) into 260 bits; for compatibility with typical UNIX applications, our implementation turns frames of 160 16-bit linear samples into 33-byte frames (1650 Bytes/s). The quality of the algorithm is good enough for reliable speaker recognition; even music often survives transcoding in recognizable form (given the bandwidth limitations of 8 kHz sampling rate).

The interfaces offered are a front end modelled after compress(1), and a library API. Compression and decompression run faster than realtime on most SPARCstations. The implementation has been verified against the ETSI standard test patterns.

Depends:
libgsm1 (= 1.0.10-2), libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

rcs

*download (266 Kb)
Version: 5.7-4 Last modified: Sun Jan 26 14:04:09 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Sven Rudolph <sr1@inf.tu-dresden.de>
Description:
The GNU Revision Control System The Revision Control System (RCS) manages multiple revisions of files. RCS automates the storing, retrieval, logging, identification, and merging of revisions. RCS is useful for text that is revised frequently, for example programs, documentation, graphics, papers, and form letters.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

libgdbm1-dev

*download (37 Kb)
Version: 1.7.3-19 Last modified: Sun Jan 26 07:20:20 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Mark Eichin <eichin@kitten.gen.ma.us>
Description:
GNU dbm database routines (development files) GNU dbm ('gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX 'dbm' functions.

The basic use of 'gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus providing a persistent version of the 'dictionary' Abstract Data Type ('hash' to perl programmers).

Depends:
libgdbm1, libc5-dev

tix40-dev

*download (242 Kb)
Version: 4.0.5-5 Last modified: Sat Jan 25 20:56:30 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
Description:
The Tix library for Tk, version 4.0 -- development package Include files, static libraries, man pages for Tix 4.0.
Depends:
tix40 (=4.0.5-5)
Conflicts:
tix-dev

tclx76-dev

*download (122 Kb)
Version: 7.6.0-3 Last modified: Sat Jan 25 05:01:39 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
Description:
Extended Tcl (TclX) version 7.6 -- development package Includes the man pages, static libraries and include files.
Depends:
tclx76 (=7.6.0-3)
Conflicts:
tclX, tclx-dev

tclx75-dev

*download (120 Kb)
Version: 7.5.2-5 Last modified: Sat Jan 25 04:03:24 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
Description:
Extended Tcl (TclX) version 7.5 -- development package Includes the man pages, static libraries and include files.
Depends:
tclx75 (=7.5.2-5)
Conflicts:
tclX, tclx-dev

tclx74-dev

*download (136 Kb)
Version: 7.4a-p2-5 Last modified: Sat Jan 25 02:43:21 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
Description:
Extended Tcl (TclX) version 7.4 -- development package Includes the man pages, static libraries and include files.
Depends:
tclx74 (=7.4a-p2-5)
Conflicts:
tclX, tclx-dev

rx-dev

*download (64 Kb)
Version: 1.5-1 Last modified: Fri Jan 24 10:00:12 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Development library for rx. Includes headers, static libraries, and documentation.
Depends:
libc5-dev, rx1 (=1.5-1)

gstep-base-dev

*download (109 Kb)
Version: 0.2.12-1 Last modified: Fri Jan 24 09:58:58 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
GNUstep Base development library. Includes headers and documentation.
Depends:
libc5-dev, gstep-base0 (=0.2.12-1)

gstep-base-dbg

*download (1.49 Mb)
Version: 0.2.12-1 Last modified: Fri Jan 24 09:58:41 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
GNUstep Base static libraries. GNUstep Base static libraries compiled with debugging info.
Depends:
libc5-dev, gstep-base-dev (=0.2.12-1)

libgdbm1-dev

*download (38 Kb)
Version: 1.7.3-19 Last modified: Fri Jan 24 09:49:28 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Mark Eichin <eichin@kitten.gen.ma.us>
Description:
GNU dbm database routines (development files) GNU dbm ('gdbm') is a library of database functions that use extendible hashing and works similarly to the standard UNIX 'dbm' functions.

The basic use of 'gdbm' is to store key/data pairs in a data file, thus providing a persistent version of the 'dictionary' Abstract Data Type ('hash' to perl programmers).

Depends:
libgdbm1, libc5-dev

libdb1-dev

*download (172 Kb)
Version: 1.85.4-3 Last modified: Fri Jan 24 09:48:17 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Mark Eichin <eichin@kitten.gen.ma.us>
Description:
The Berkeley database routines (development files). libdb is a library for manipulating database files, developed at Berkeley.

It supports three kinds of file formats:
* btree. A representation of a sorted, balanced tree structure.
* hashed. An extensible, dynamic hashing scheme.
* UNIX file oriented. A byte stream file with fixed our variable length
records

Depends:
libdb1, libc5-dev

fort77

*download (6 Kb)
Version: 1.14-1 Last modified: Thu Jan 23 17:28:35 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Alan Bain <alanb@chiark.greenend.org.uk>
Description:
User friendly front end for f2c to make it look like a compiler The fort77 program makes f2c behave more like a `real' Fortran compiler accepting standard compilation flags, and doing all the compilation in one step if so desired.
Depends:
perl, f2c, gcc

kaffe

*download (126 Kb)
Version: 0.7.1-1 Last modified: Thu Jan 23 14:21:04 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
A JVM to run Java bytecode This is Kaffe, a virtual machine design to execute Java bytecode. It performs "just-in-time" code conversion from the abstract code to the host machine's native code. This will ultimately allow execution of Java code at the same speed as standard compiled code but while maintaining the advantages and flexibility of code independence.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), libdl1,jdk-common

java-lex

*download (55 Kb)
Version: 1.1.4-1 Last modified: Thu Jan 23 13:58:42 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
Description:
A Lex style analyser for java. The Java-Lex utility is based upon the Lex lexical analyzer generator model.

Java-Lex takes a specification file similar to that accepted by Lex, then creates a Java source file for the corresponding lexical analyzer.

Depends:
java-virtual-machine

aout-gcc

*download (584 Kb)
Version: 2.7.2.1-5 Last modified: Wed Jan 22 19:31:56 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU C compiler (a.out version). This package is a GNU C cross-compiler for producing old a.out format binaries. It lacks support for C++ or Objective-C, and requires an ELF environment to run. It is provided as a courtesy to those who may need it, and will almost certainly be retired in the not-too-distant future.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), aout-binutils (>= 2.7-3)

gstep-base-dev

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Version: 0.2.12-1 Last modified: Tue Jan 21 08:40:26 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
GNUstep Base development library. Includes headers and documentation.
Depends:
libc5-dev, gstep-base0 (=0.2.12-1)

gstep-base-dbg

*download (1.52 Mb)
Version: 0.2.12-1 Last modified: Tue Jan 21 08:39:30 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
GNUstep Base static libraries. GNUstep Base static libraries compiled with debugging info.
Depends:
libc5-dev, gstep-base-dev (=0.2.12-1)

tclx76-dev

*download (120 Kb)
Version: 7.6.0-2 Last modified: Mon Jan 20 10:21:44 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Philippe Troin <phil@fifi.org>
Description:
Extended Tcl (TclX) version 7.6 -- development package Includes the man pages, static libraries and include files.
Depends:
tclx76 (=7.6.0-2)
Conflicts:
tclX, tclx-dev

rx-dev

*download (67 Kb)
Version: 1.5-1 Last modified: Fri Jan 17 07:47:36 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Development library for rx. Includes headers, static libraries, and documentation.
Depends:
libc5-dev, rx1 (=1.5-1)

libpcap-dev

*download (93 Kb)
Version: 0.3-1 Last modified: Thu Jan 16 07:17:07 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Development library for libpcap. Includes headers, static libraries, and documentation.
Depends:
libc5, libpcap0 (=0.3-1)

lapack-doc

*download (1.33 Mb)
Version: 2.0.1-1 Last modified: Wed Jan 15 21:18:33 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Sue Campbell <sacampbe@mercator.math.uwaterloo.ca>
Description:
a comprehensive set of linear algebra routines - Documentation. LAPACK version 2.0 is a comprehensive FORTRAN library that does linear algebra operations including matrix inversions, least squared solutions to linear sets of equations, eigen analysis, SVD, etc. It is a very comprehensive and reputable package that has found extensive use in the scientific community.

lapack-dev

*download (1.10 Mb)
Version: 2.0.1-1 Last modified: Wed Jan 15 21:01:25 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Sue Campbell <sacampbe@mercator.math.uwaterloo.ca>
Description:
a comprehensive set of linear algebra routines - Devel. Package. LAPACK version 2.0 is a comprehensive FORTRAN library that does linear algebra operations including matrix inversions, least squared solutions to linear sets of equations, eigen analysis, SVD, etc. It is a very comprehensive and reputable package that has found extensive use in the scientific community.
Depends:
lapack, libc5-dev

libpcap-dev

*download (99 Kb)
Version: 0.3-1 Last modified: Wed Jan 15 07:43:36 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Development library for libpcap. Includes headers, static libraries, and documentation.
Depends:
libc5, libpcap0 (=0.3-1)

autoconf

*download (284 Kb)
Version: 2.12-1 Last modified: Sat Jan 11 18:45:13 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Ben Pfaff <pfaffben@pilot.msu.edu>
Description:
automatic configure script builder. The standard for FSF source packages. This is only useful if you
write your own programs or if you extensively modify other people's
programs.
Depends:
perl, m4, mawk | gawk

regex-dev

*download (80 Kb)
Version: 0.12-2 Last modified: Sat Jan 11 10:23:34 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Development library for regex. Includes headers, static libraries, and documentation.
Depends:
libc5-dev, regex0 (=0.12-2)

p2c

*download (218 Kb)
Version: 1.20 Last modified: Sat Jan 11 10:23:23 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Andrew Howell <andrew@it.com.au>
Description:
Pascal to C translator P2c is a tool for translating Pascal programs into C. The input consists of a set of source files in any of the following Pascal dialects: HP Pascal, Turbo/UCSD Pascal, DEC VAX Pascal, Oregon Software Pascal/2, Macintosh Programmer's Workshop Pascal, Sun/Berkeley Pascal. Modula-2 syntax is also supported. Output is a set of .c and .h files that comprise an equivalent program in any of several dialects of C. Output code may be kept machine and dialect-independent, or it may be targeted to a specific machine and compiler. Most reasonable Pascal programs are converted into fully functional C which will compile and run with no further modifications, although p2c sometimes chooses to generate readable code at the expense of absolute generality.
Depends:
libc5

gforth

*download (259 Kb)
Version: 0.2.1-1 Last modified: Sat Jan 11 10:22:44 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Bdale Garbee <bdale@gag.com>
Description:
GNU Forth Language Environment This is the GNU'ish implementation of a Forth programming environment.

Forth, as a language, is best known for being stack-based, and completely extensible. Each Forth environment provides one or more dictionaries of pre-defined words, and programming in Forth consists of defining and executing new words that are combinations of previously defined words. It has been said that learning Forth changes forever the way you think about writing programs.

For more information about Forth, visit the Forth Interest Group web site at http://www.forth.org/fig.html.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

g77

*download (813 Kb)
Version: 0.5.19-1 Last modified: Fri Jan 10 05:54:43 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU Fortran compiler. The GNU Fortan compiler compilers fortran 77 on platforms supported by gcc. It uses the gcc backend for generating optimized code.

Please note that this version of the compiler has been built against gcc 2.7.2.1. Because g77 is part of the gcc language suite, it will not work properly with any other version. It may be necessary to remove g77 before upgrading gcc to any higher upstream release.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), gcc (>= 2.7.2.1-1), gcc (<< 2.7.2.2)

gcc

*download (2.04 Mb)
Version: 2.7.2.1-3 Last modified: Wed Jan 8 03:54:24 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Galen Hazelwood <galenh@micron.net>
Description:
The GNU C compiler (ELF version). The GNU C compiler is a fairly portable optimizing compiler that supports multiple languages. It includes (runtime) support for C, C++, and Objective C (support for Objective C was donated by NeXT).
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), cpp (>= 2.7.2.1-2), binutils (>= 2.6-2)

libpthread0-dev

*download (48 Kb)
Version: 0.5-2 Last modified: Mon Jan 6 04:49:45 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Michael Alan Dorman <mdorman@debian.org>
Description:
LinuxThreads library - development libpthread is a library implementing a POSIX interface to linux kernel threads.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

publib-dev

*download (90 Kb)
Version: 0.25-1 Last modified: Sun Jan 5 05:56:11 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Lars Wirzenius <liw@iki.fi>
Description:
C function library Publib is a library of C functions for various purposes. It has been written so that it is easy to extend. It's build tools can easily be used for other libraries, but that isn't relevant for the Debian pre-packaged version.

The library contains functions for memory allocation, bit arrays, configuration files, comparing standard C types for qsort and bsearch, error messages, expression parsing and evaluation, filenames, hash tables, integer sets, log files, the Linux Software Map, NNTP, priority queues, normal queues, editor buffers, stacks, and strings.


libpthread0-dev

*download (49 Kb)
Version: 0.5-2 Last modified: Fri Jan 3 11:36:53 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Michael Alan Dorman <mdorman@debian.org>
Description:
LinuxThreads library - development libpthread is a library implementing a POSIX interface to linux kernel threads.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.13-1)

gettext

*download (293 Kb)
Version: 0.10.26-0 Last modified: Tue Dec 31 07:50:01 1996
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
GNU Internationalization utilities Interesting for authors or maintainers of other packages or programs which they want to see internationalized. Users of GNU packages should also install GNU gettext because some other GNU packages will use the gettext program included in this package to internationalize the messages given by shell scripts.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

icont

*download (42 Kb)
Version: 9.1-1 Last modified: Mon Dec 30 20:56:04 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Christian Hudon <chrish@debian.org>
Description:
Interpreter for Icon, a high-level programming language Ideal for both complex nonnumerical applications and for situations where users need quick solutions with a minimum of programming effort, Icon is a high-level, general purpose programming language with a syntax similar to Pascal and C. Its applications include: rapid prototyping, analyzing natural languages, generating computer programs, and artifical intelligence. (From the back cover of the book "The Icon Programming Language," by Griswold and Griswold.)

This package contains the Icon translator, which converts Icon source code into `ucode` that can then be executed with the help of the iconx program.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

iconc

*download (365 Kb)
Version: 9.1-1 Last modified: Mon Dec 30 20:22:59 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Christian Hudon <chrish@debian.org>
Description:
Compiler for Icon, a high-level programming language Ideal for both complex nonnumerical applications and for situations where users need quick solutions with a minimum of programming effort, Icon is a high-level, general purpose programming language with a syntax similar to Pascal and C. Its applications include: rapid prototyping, analyzing natural languages, generating computer programs, and artifical intelligence. (From the back cover of the book "The Icon Programming Language," by Griswold and Griswold.)

This package contains the Icon compiler. It generates programs that generally run faster than those of the icont/iconx Icon interpreter. On the other hand, the Icon compiler takes much longer to compile programs and is more memory-hungry than the iconx/icont pair. As such, the compiler is probably only useful to speed up the execution of large Icon programs once they are fully developed and debugged.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0), gcc

icon-doc

*download (695 Kb)
Version: 9.1-1 Last modified: Mon Dec 30 20:19:30 1996
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Christian Hudon <chrish@debian.org>
Description:
Documentation for Icon, a high-level programming language Ideal for both complex nonnumerical applications and for situations where users need quick solutions with a minimum of programming effort, Icon is a high-level, general purpose programming language with a syntax similar to Pascal and C. Its applications include: rapid prototyping, analyzing natural languages, generating computer programs, and artifical intelligence. (From the back cover of the book "The Icon Programming Language," by Griswold and Griswold.)

This package contains the Icon Project's documentation files.


gettext

*download (308 Kb)
Version: 0.10.26-0 Last modified: Sun Dec 29 13:33:38 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
GNU Internationalization utilities Interesting for authors or maintainers of other packages or programs which they want to see internationalized. Users of GNU packages should also install GNU gettext because some other GNU packages will use the gettext program included in this package to internationalize the messages given by shell scripts.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

icon-ipl

*download (2.28 Mb)
Version: 9.1-1 Last modified: Sat Dec 28 19:52:38 1996
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Christian Hudon <chrish@debian.org>
Description:
Libraries for Icon, a high-level programming language Ideal for both complex nonnumerical applications and for situations where users need quick solutions with a minimum of programming effort, Icon is a high-level, general purpose programming language with a syntax similar to Pascal and C. Its applications include: rapid prototyping, analyzing natural languages, generating computer programs, and artifical intelligence. (From the back cover of the book "The Icon Programming Language," by Griswold and Griswold.)

This package contains the Icon program library, a library of Icon procedures and programs contributed by Icon users.


iconx

*download (131 Kb)
Version: 9.1-1 Last modified: Sat Dec 28 19:19:07 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Christian Hudon <chrish@debian.org>
Description:
Executor for Icon, a high-level programming language Ideal for both complex nonnumerical applications and for situations where users need quick solutions with a minimum of programming effort, Icon is a high-level, general purpose programming language with a syntax similar to Pascal and C. Its applications include: rapid prototyping, analyzing natural languages, generating computer programs, and artifical intelligence. (From the back cover of the book "The Icon Programming Language," by Griswold and Griswold.)

This package contains the Icon executor, iconx, which is needed to execute interpreted Icon progams. If you are starting from Icon source code (as opposed to precompiled `ucode' files), you will also need the icont package, which converts your Icon source into a program that iconx can execute.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0)

postgres95-doc

*download (125 Kb)
Version: 1.09-1 Last modified: Sat Dec 28 13:38:00 1996
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Emanuele Pucciarelli <emanuele@debian.org>
Description:
Documentation for Postgres95 This package contains gzipped PostScript and textfile format documentation for Postgres95.

postgres95-dev

*download (21 Kb)
Version: 1.09-1 Last modified: Sat Dec 28 13:31:22 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Emanuele Pucciarelli <emanuele@debian.org>
Description:
Development files for Postgres95 This package contains the header files required in order to compile C programs using Postgres95.

publib-dev

*download (91 Kb)
Version: 0.25-1 Last modified: Fri Dec 27 15:04:17 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Lars Wirzenius <liw@iki.fi>
Description:
C function library Publib is a library of C functions for various purposes. It has been written so that it is easy to extend. It's build tools can easily be used for other libraries, but that isn't relevant for the Debian pre-packaged version.

The library contains functions for memory allocation, bit arrays, configuration files, comparing standard C types for qsort and bsearch, error messages, expression parsing and evaluation, filenames, hash tables, integer sets, log files, the Linux Software Map, NNTP, priority queues, normal queues, editor buffers, stacks, and strings.


gforth

*download (261 Kb)
Version: 0.2.1-1 Last modified: Fri Dec 20 22:19:12 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Bdale Garbee <bdale@gag.com>
Description:
GNU Forth Language Environment This is the GNU'ish implementation of a Forth programming environment.

Forth, as a language, is best known for being stack-based, and completely extensible. Each Forth environment provides one or more dictionaries of pre-defined words, and programming in Forth consists of defining and executing new words that are combinations of previously defined words. It has been said that learning Forth changes forever the way you think about writing programs.

For more information about Forth, visit the Forth Interest Group web site at http://www.forth.org/fig.html.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.13-1)

regex-dev

*download (82 Kb)
Version: 0.12-2 Last modified: Wed Dec 18 11:43:49 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Development library for regex. Includes headers, static libraries, and documentation.
Depends:
libc5-dev, regex0 (=0.12-2)

slib

*download (360 Kb)
Version: 2a6-1 Last modified: Wed Dec 18 06:34:48 1996
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Portable Scheme library. SLIB is a portable scheme library meant to provide compatibiliy and utility functions for all standard scheme implementations. SLIB includes initialization files for Chez, ELK 2.1, GAMBIT, MacScheme, MITScheme, scheme->C, Scheme48, T3.1, and VSCM. SCM also supports SLIB.

gpc

*download (641 Kb)
Version: 2.0-3 Last modified: Mon Dec 16 10:14:29 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Christoph Lameter <clameter@debian.org>
Description:
GNU Pascal Compiler The GNU Pascal Compiler (GPC) is part of the GNU compiler family, GNU CC or GCC. Version 2.0 of GPC corresponds to GCC version 2.7.2.1.
Depends:
libc5,gcc (>=2.7.2.1-2), gcc (<< 2.7.2.2), libgpc2

gpc-doc

*download (867 Kb)
Version: 2.0-3 Last modified: Mon Dec 16 10:07:09 1996
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Christoph Lameter <clameter@debian.org>
Description:
GNU Pascal Compiler Examples and Documentation Example Programs, Testsuites, Info files and Documentation for the GNU Pascal Compiler. Provides complete Docs in Html.

cweb

*download (125 Kb)
Version: 3.4g-1 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 20:00:43 1996
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Milan Zamazal <pdm@fi.muni.cz>
Description:
Knuth's & Levy's C/C++ programming system. CWEB allows you to write documents which can be used simultaneously as C/C++ programs and/or TeX documentation for them.

The philosophy behind CWEB is that programmers who want to provide the best possible documentation for their programs need two things simultaneously: a language like TeX for formatting, and a language like C for programming. Neither type of language can provide the best documentation by itself. But when both are appropriately combined, we obtain a system that is much more useful than either language separately.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.2.18)

ilu-dev

*download (1.24 Mb)
Version: 2.0.0.8-2 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 19:59:16 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Development files for ILU. Development headers and libraries for the Inter-Language Unification system by Xerox PARC. See <URL:ftp://parcftp.parc.xerox.com/pub/ilu> for more information.
Depends:
ilu-base (= 2.0.0.8-2)

ilu-base

*download (184 Kb)
Version: 2.0.0.8-2 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 19:59:12 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
The Inter-Language Unification system The Inter-Language Unification system (ILU) is a multi-language object interface system. The object interfaces provided by ILU hide implementation distinctions between different languages, between different address spaces, and between operating system types. ILU can be used to build multi-lingual object-oriented libraries ("class libraries") with well-specified language-independent interfaces. It can also be used to implement distributed systems. It can also be used to define and document interfaces between the modules of non-distributed programs. ILU interfaces are specified in ILU's Interface Specification Language.

See <URL:ftp://parcftp.parc.xerox.com/pub/ilu> for more information.

Depends:
python-base (>= 1.4.0), libc5 (>= 5.4.7-5)
Conflicts:
ilu

ilu-elisp

*download (2 Kb)
Version: 2.0.0.8-2 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 19:59:11 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
Emacs-lisp files for ILU. Emacs-lisp files the Inter-Language Unification system by Xerox PARC. See <URL:ftp://parcftp.parc.xerox.com/pub/ilu> for more information.

ilu-doc

*download (794 Kb)
Version: 2.0.0.8-2 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 19:59:11 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
ILU Documentation Documentation for the Inter-Language Unification system by Xerox PARC. See <URL:ftp://parcftp.parc.xerox.com/pub/ilu> for more information.

ilu-examples

*download (88 Kb)
Version: 2.0.0.8-2 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 19:59:08 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Klee Dienes <klee@debian.org>
Description:
ILU Examples Example source code for the Inter-Language Unification system by Xerox PARC. See <URL:ftp://parcftp.parc.xerox.com/pub/ilu> for more information.

elk

*download (477 Kb)
Version: 3.0-1 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 19:59:04 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Enrique Zanardi <ezanardi@molec1.dfis.ull.es>
Description:
The Extension Language Kit, an Scheme implementation Elk is an implementation of the Scheme programming language, designed specifically as an embeddable, reusable extension language subsystem for applications written in C or C++.

Elk is also useful as a stand-alone Scheme implementation.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.2.18), libelf0 (>= 0.6.4-1)

elkdoc

*download (523 Kb)
Version: 3.0-1 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 19:56:34 1996
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Enrique Zanardi <ezanardi@molec1.dfis.ull.es>
Description:
The Extension Language Kit documentation. Elk is an implementation of the Scheme programming language, designed specifically as an embeddable, reusable extension language subsystem for applications written in C or C++.

Elk is also useful as a stand-alone Scheme implementation.