Fedora 21 Update: libccp4-6.4.6-1.fc21

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2015-01-06 04:49:09

Name        : libccp4
Product     : Fedora 21
Version     : 6.4.6
Release     : 1.fc21
URL         : ftp://ftp.ccp4.ac.uk/opensource/
Summary     : Library providing specific CCP4 functionality
Description :

The CCP4 software suite is based around a library of routines which
cover common tasks, such as file opening, parsing keyworded input,
reading and writing of standard data formats, applying symmetry
operations, etc. Programs in the suite call these routines which, as
well as saving the programmer some effort, ensure that the varied
programs in the suite have a similar look-and-feel.

The library contains several sub components:
  * CMTZ library -- Contains a variety of functions for manipulating
    the data structure, for example adding crystals, datasets or columns.
    The data structure can be dumped to an output MTZ data file.
  * CMAP library -- Functions defining the C-level API for accessing
    CCP4 map files.
  * CSYM library -- a collection of functions centered around a data file
    syminfo.lib which is auto-generated from sgtbx (the Space Group Toolbox
    of cctbx).
  * CCP4 utility library -- many utility functions which either give
    specific CCP4 or platform independent functionality.
  * CCP4 Parser library -- provides CCP4-style parsing, as used for
    processing keywords of CCP4 programs, MTZ header records, etc.
  * CCP4 resizable arrays -- defines an object and methods which looks
    just like a simple C array, but can be resized at will without
    incurring excessive overheads.

This package contains the shared library components needed for programs
that have been compiled with the libccp4 library.

Update Information:

- update to 6.4.6

* Sun Sep 21 2014 Tim Fenn <tim.fenn at gmail.com> - 6.4.6-1
- update to 6.4.6

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use
su -c 'yum update libccp4' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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