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I have added the scitech_sig to the following packages of mine. I have way too many packages and could use the help. Note that some of these are foundational and have quirks or can be somewhat complex. This is not meant to scare anyone off from helping! In fact, those are the ones I most need help with. But start off with PRs instead of just commiting changes perhaps? I've made a note of some of the issues below.

ast - A Library for Handling World Coordinate Systems in Astronomy

libdap - The C++ DAP2 library from OPeNDAP
bes - Back-end server software framework for OPeNDAP
  These are a pair and are generally updated together.

GMT - Generic Mapping Tools
gshhg-gmt-nc4 - Global Self-consistent Hierarchical High-resolution Geography (GSHHG)
dcw-gmt - Digital Chart of the World (DCW) for GMT
 These go together as the others are the datasets used by the first.

g2clib - GRIB2 encoder/decoder and search/indexing routines in C
This uses the package version number for the soname - so all deps must be rebuilt on each update

gdl - GNU Data Language

hdf - A general purpose library and file format for storing scientific data

hdf5 - A general purpose library and file format for storing scientific data
This is pretty foundational and changes have broken dependendent packages. Also, you cannot update the version in a stable release - the library has a version check in it and will not open files if running with a different version then it was compiled for.

ncl - NCAR Command Language

nco - Suite of programs for manipulating NetCDF/HDF4 files

ncview - A visual browser for netCDF format files

netcdf - Libraries for the Unidata network Common Data Form
This is pretty foundational and changes have broken dependendent packages. It also is highly dependent on hdf5.

netcdf4-python -  Python/numpy interface to netCDF
netcdf-cxx - Legacy netCDF C++ library
netcdf-cxx4 - NetCDF-4 C++ library
netcdf-fortran - Fortran libraries for NetCDF-4
netcdf-perl - Perl extension module for scientific data access via the netCDF API

octave - A high-level language for numerical computations
Version updates have broken dependent modules/packages so need to be tested first.

octave-image - Image processing for Octave
octave-io - Input/Output in external formats
octave-ncarray - Access NetCDF files as a multi-dimensional array
octave-netcdf - A MATLAB compatible NetCDF interface for Octave
octave-statistics - Additional statistics functions for Octave
  Many of these are inter-dependent and with other octave modules

paraview - Parallel visualization application
This is a very complicated package that takes a long time to build. It bundles VTK so is similar to that package.

perl-Astro-FITS-CFITSIO - Perl extension for using the cfitsio library

plplot - Library of functions for making scientific plots
This is fairly complicated because it builds bindings for *LOTS* of different languages. It is used by gdl.
lasi - C++ library for creating Postscript documents
  This is a dependency of plplot

vtk - The Visualization Toolkit - A high level 3D visualization library
  This fairly complicated and updates can break dependencies

wgrib - Manipulate, inventory and decode GRIB files
wgrib2 - Manipulate, inventory and decode GRIB2 files

Orion Poplawski
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NWRA, Boulder/CoRA Office             FAX: 303-415-9702
3380 Mitchell Lane                       orion@xxxxxxxx
Boulder, CO 80301                 https://www.nwra.com/

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