libjgrapht-java_0.7.3-2_amd64.changes is NEW

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Tue Jul 15 23:03:19 UTC 2008

(new) libjgrapht-java-doc_0.7.3-2_all.deb optional contrib/libs
javadoc-generated API of libjgrapht-java
 The javadoc utility was used to convert comments of the Java source
 code into a complete documentation. That can be accessed easily
 with a regular web browser in in /usr/share/doc/libjgrapht-java/apidoc.
  to pool/contrib/libj/libjgrapht-java/libjgrapht-java_0.7.3-2.diff.gz
  to pool/contrib/libj/libjgrapht-java/libjgrapht-java_0.7.3-2.dsc
  to pool/contrib/libj/libjgrapht-java/libjgrapht-java_0.7.3-2_all.deb
(new) libjgrapht0.7-java_0.7.3-2_all.deb optional contrib/libs
mathematical graph theory library for Java
 JGraphT is a free Java graph library that provides mathematical
 graph theory objects and algorithms. JGraphT supports various types of
 graphs including:
  - directed and undirected graphs
  - graphs with weighted, unweighted, labeled or user-defined edges
  - various edge multiplicity options, including simple graphs,
    multigraphs and pseudographs
  - unmodifiable graphs: allow modules to provide "read-only" access
    to internal graphs
  - listenable graphs: allow external listeners to track modification events
  - subgraphs: graphs that are auto-updating subgraph views on other graphs
Changes: libjgrapht-java (0.7.3-2) experimental; urgency=low
  [ Steffen Moeller ]
  * Moved apidoc into separate -doc package
  * Addded conflict of -doc package to earlier versions of libjgrapht-java
    (thanks to Michael)
  * Added version number to binary package name to resolve issue with
    conflicting APIs between versions 0.6 and 0.7.
  * Updated to standards version 3.8.0
  * Added myself to Uploaders, waiting for Michael's ok for unstable (blocks

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