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Warning: Package ccp4-dev not found for selected release!
Description:   CCP4 static libraries and libtool files (6.1.13-1)
The CCP4 macromolecular crystallography suite has approximately 200 programs and utilities. This version includes the Clipper libraries. Current phaser and cctbx programs are available as separate fink packages. Type "ccp4help" for a summary listing of all ccp4 programs. Type "ccp4help foo" for a detailed description of program "foo." Invoke optional ccp4i gui for the first run using "sudo ccp4i" on 10.4, or "sudo -E ccp4i" on 10.5 and above to permit global configuration. Thereafter, you can invoke ccp4i without sudo. This version compiles with the Apple Lapack/Blas framework. License agreement is part of configure file -- print out form and mail in, additional comments at http://sage.ucsc.edu/xtal/ccp4.html CCP4 files will be installed under /sw/share/xtal/ccp4-6.1.13 This revision includes all available CCP4 patches, and new bash and zsh command completions specific to ccp4. The ccp4-associated molecular graphics display program coot is also available as a fink package. It builds against the GPL gpp4 libraries rather than those of this package. Thanks to Jack Howarth for many helpful improvements.
Section:   10.4-EOL/sci
Maintainer:   W. G. Scott <wgscottATusersDOTsourceforgeDOTnet>
Website:   http://www.ccp4.ac.uk
License:   Commercial
Parent:   ccp4 (Macromolecular crystallography package)
Info-File:   dists/10.4/unstable/main/finkinfo/10.4-EOL/sci/ccp4.info
CVS log, Last Changed: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 22:05:47 (UTC)

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