./math/py-Scientific-doc, Python modules for scientific computing

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.4.5nb1, Package name: py-Scientific-doc-2.4.5nb1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

ScientificPython is a collection of Python modules that are useful for
scientific computing. In this collection you will find modules that
cover basic geometry (vectors, tensors, transformations, vector and
tensor fields), quaternions, automatic derivatives, (linear)
interpolation, polynomials, elementary statistics, nonlinear
least-squares fits, unit calculations, Fortran-compatible text
formatting, 3D visualization via VRML, and two Tk widgets for simple
line plots and 3D wireframe models.

The netCDF interface module, until now distributed separately, has
been integrated into this package as well. It is now called
Scientific.IO.NetCDF.

The module Scientific.MPI provides an object-oriented interface to the
Message Passing Interface, an industry standard library for
interprocess communication on parallel computers.

All of these modules are in the public domain; do with them whatever
you wish. However, there is no warranty of any kind; you use the code
at your own risk.


Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 452b04a20dd065fd9ea01092ae2e1e726406d2be
RMD160: 5a5620856fce81726110e12a03871b39d4b462b0
Filesize: 475.956 KB

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   2017-01-19 19:52:30 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (352)
Log message:
Convert all occurrences (353 by my count) of

	MASTER_SITES= 	site1 \
			site2

style continuation lines to be simple repeated

	MASTER_SITES+= site1
	MASTER_SITES+= site2

lines. As previewed on tech-pkg. With thanks to rillig for fixing pkglint
accordingly.
   2016-07-24 22:44:51 by Roland Illig | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Moved documentation from share/doc/html to share/doc/py-Scientific.
Bumped PKGREVISION.
   2015-11-04 00:33:46 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (262)
Log message:
Add SHA512 digests for distfiles for math category

Problems found locating distfiles:
	Package dfftpack: missing distfile dfftpack-20001209.tar.gz
	Package eispack: missing distfile eispack-20001130.tar.gz
	Package fftpack: missing distfile fftpack-20001130.tar.gz
	Package linpack: missing distfile linpack-20010510.tar.gz
	Package minpack: missing distfile minpack-20001130.tar.gz
	Package odepack: missing distfile odepack-20001130.tar.gz
	Package py-networkx: missing distfile networkx-1.10.tar.gz
	Package py-sympy: missing distfile sympy-0.7.6.1.tar.gz
	Package quadpack: missing distfile quadpack-20001130.tar.gz

Otherwise, existing SHA1 digests verified and found to be the same on
the machine holding the existing distfiles (morden).  All existing
SHA1 digests retained for now as an audit trail.
   2012-09-12 01:04:36 by Aleksej Saushev | Files touched by this commit (180)
Log message:
"user-destdir" is default these days
   2009-06-14 20:05:51 by Joerg Sonnenberger | Files touched by this commit (88)
Log message:
Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs
   2008-05-26 04:13:26 by Joerg Sonnenberger | Files touched by this commit (274)
Log message:
Second round of explicit pax dependencies. As reminded by tnn@,
many packages used to use ${PAX}. Use the common way of directly calling
pax, it is created as tool after all.
   2008-03-04 19:12:59 by Johnny C. Lam | Files touched by this commit (30)
Log message:
Mechanical changes to add DESTDIR support to packages that install
their files via a custom do-install target.
   2006-03-04 22:31:14 by Johnny C. Lam | Files touched by this commit (2257)
Log message:
Point MAINTAINER to pkgsrc-users@NetBSD.org in the case where no
developer is officially maintaining the package.

The rationale for changing this from "tech-pkg" to \ 
"pkgsrc-users" is
that it implies that any user can try to maintain the package (by
submitting patches to the mailing list).  Since the folks most likely
to care about the package are the folks that want to use it or are
already using it, this would leverage the energy of users who aren't
developers.