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Group :: Graphics
Source RPM: Mayavi
Current version: 4.6.2-alt3
Built: almost 2 years ago
Size: 7.53 MB
Repocop status: notice
Task no: 231406
Gear:   http://git.altlinux.org/gears/M/Mayavi.git
Archive:   http://ftp.altlinux.org/pub/distributions/archive/sisyphus/index/src/M/Mayavi
Home page:   http://code.enthought.com/projects/mayavi/

License: BSD and EPL and LGPLv2+ and LGPLv3+
Summary: Scientific data 3-dimensional visualizer
Description:

The Mayavi project includes two related packages for 3-dimensional
visualization:

* Mayavi2: A tool for easy and interactive visualization of data.
* TVTK: A Traits-based wrapper for the Visualization Toolkit, a
popular open-source visualization library.
These operate at different levels of abstraction. TVTK manipulates
visualization objects, while Mayavi2 lets you operate on your data,
and then see the results. Most users either use the Mayavi user
interface or program to its scripting interface; you probably don't
need to interact with TVTK unless you want to create a new Mayavi
module.

Current maintainer: Aleksei Nikiforov

List of contributors: ACL: List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • Mayavi
  • Mayavi-doc
  • python-module-mayavi
  • python-module-mayavi.tests
  • python-module-tvtk
  • python-module-tvtk-debuginfo
  • python-module-tvtk.tests
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2019-06-03 Aleksei Nikiforov 4.6.2-alt3

    - Updated build dependencies.
        

2019-05-20 Vjacheslav Aseev 4.6.2-alt2

    - Rebuild with vtk8.2
        

2018-09-24 Aleksei Nikiforov 4.6.2-alt1

    - Updated to upstream version 4.6.2.
        
 
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