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14.2 > Academic > karma (1.7.25)

ATNF CSIRO Karma is a package for signal and image processing
applications. It contains KarmaLib (the structured library and API)
and a large number of modules and applications to perform many standard
tasks on astronomical data in common formats like FITS. It is a toolkit
for manipulating the Karma network data structure.

Another major component of KarmaLib is the display support. The display
system both provides an abstract interface to the underlying graphics
system (ie. the X window system), and also provides much higher level
functionality than many graphics libraries. As well as supporting simple
geometric primitives and text display, a powerful and flexible image
display system is included. This allows the direct mapping of
application data structures (ie. 2-D and 3-D arrays) to display
windows (canvases).

This SlackBuild script builds a Slackware package from the official
binary distributed by CSIRO.

Maintained by: Nitish Ragoomundun
Keywords: astronomy,fits,astrophysics,physics,flexible image transport system

Homepage:
http://www.atnf.csiro.au/computing/software/karma

Source Downloads (Arch-Independent):
karma-1.7.25-common.tar.bz2 (e4f77bf0ad53ad1578111df3b5b241e9)

Source Downloads (32bit):
karma-1.7.25-i386_Linux_libc6.tar.bz2 (791d94f7c4098a03e4fabac7175c94dd)

Source Downloads (64bit):
karma-1.7.25-amd64_Linux_libc6.3.tar.bz2 (0917cdbac92a7774e2763b1ab8f43974)

Download SlackBuild:
karma.tar.gz
karma.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:
README
doinst.sh
karma.SlackBuild
karma.info
slack-desc

Validated for Slackware 14.2

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