nauty-2.6.11-lp150.10.1.x86_64.rpm


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Description

nauty - Tools for computing automorphism groups of graphs

Property Value
Distribution openSUSE Leap 15.0
Repository Science all
Package filename nauty-2.6.11-lp150.10.1.x86_64.rpm
Package name nauty
Package version 2.6.11
Package release lp150.10.1
Package architecture x86_64
Package type rpm
Category Productivity/Scientific/Math
Homepage http://pallini.di.uniroma1.it/
License Apache-2.0
Maintainer -
Download size 290.26 KB
Installed size 1005.08 KB
nauty and Traces are programs for computing automorphism groups of
graphs and digraphs (*Traces does not accept digraphs at this time).
They can also produce a canonical label. They are written in a
portable subset of C, and run on a considerable number of different
systems.
There is a small suite of programs called gtools included in the
package. For example, geng can generate non-isomorphic graphs very
quickly. There are also generators for bipartite graphs, digraphs,
and multigraphs.

Alternatives

Package Version Architecture Repository
nauty-2.6.10-lp150.1.1.x86_64.rpm 2.6.10 x86_64 openSUSE Oss
nauty - - -

Requires

Name Value
libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.14)(64bit) -
libgmp.so.10()(64bit) -
libm.so.6()(64bit) -
libm.so.6(GLIBC_2.2.5)(64bit) -
libnauty-2.6.11.so()(64bit) -
libnautyL1-2.6.11.so()(64bit) -
libnautyW1-2.6.11.so()(64bit) -
libpthread.so.0()(64bit) -
libpthread.so.0(GLIBC_2.2.5)(64bit) -

Provides

Name Value
nauty = 2.6.11-lp150.10.1
nauty(x86-64) = 2.6.11-lp150.10.1

Download

Type URL
Mirror widehat.opensuse.org
Binary Package nauty-2.6.11-lp150.10.1.x86_64.rpm
Source Package nauty-2.6.11-lp150.10.1.src.rpm

Install Howto

  1. Add the Science repository:
    # zypper addrepo http://widehat.opensuse.org/opensuse/repositories/science/openSUSE_Leap_15.0/ science
  2. Install nauty rpm package:
    # zypper install nauty

Files

Path
/usr/bin/NRswitchg
/usr/bin/addedgeg
/usr/bin/amtog
/usr/bin/biplabg
/usr/bin/blisstog
/usr/bin/catg
/usr/bin/checks6
/usr/bin/complg
/usr/bin/converseg
/usr/bin/copyg
/usr/bin/countg
/usr/bin/cubhamg
/usr/bin/deledgeg
/usr/bin/delptg
/usr/bin/directg
/usr/bin/dreadnaut
/usr/bin/dretodot
/usr/bin/dretog
/usr/bin/genbg
/usr/bin/genbgL
/usr/bin/geng
/usr/bin/genquarticg
/usr/bin/genrang
/usr/bin/genspecialg
/usr/bin/gentourng
/usr/bin/gentreeg
/usr/bin/hamheuristic
/usr/bin/labelg
/usr/bin/linegraphg
/usr/bin/listg
/usr/bin/multig
/usr/bin/newedgeg
/usr/bin/pickg
/usr/bin/planarg
/usr/bin/ranlabg
/usr/bin/shortg
/usr/bin/showg
/usr/bin/subdivideg
/usr/bin/sumlines
/usr/bin/twohamg
/usr/bin/vcolg
/usr/bin/watercluster2
/usr/share/doc/packages/nauty/COPYRIGHT

Changelog

2018-10-25 - Jan Engelhardt <jengelh@inai.de>
- Update to new upstrem release 2.6.11
* No changelog was provided
2018-07-30 - bwiedemann@suse.com
- Disable popcnt instruction to make build reproducible (boo#1100677)
2018-04-30 - jengelh@inai.de
- Update to new upstream release 2.6.10
* Problems with input of graphs with 0 vertices were fixed.
Many utilities in the package will not work with such graphs.
It is NOT TRUE that graphs of order 0 are now supported.
* Stronger measures are taken to ensure that the sort order
used by shortg is plain byte order. This corresponds to the C
collation order, also known as POSIX, but it may be different
from the collation order used by default on your command
line. This means that utilities like sort, uniq, comm and
join might consider the output of shortg to be out of order.
To avoid this, define the environment variable LC_ALL to
equal the string "C":
* bash: export LC_ALL=C
* tcsh: setenv LC_ALL C
* If LC_ALL is undefined, it will also be sufficient to define
LC_COLLATE to equal "C". The POSIX standard says that LC_ALL
takes precedence over LC_COLLATE if both are defined, but
this might not be true for older systems.
2017-09-14 - jengelh@inai.de
- Update to new upstream release 2.6.7;
initial version for build.opensuse.org
* Switch from Non-Commercial Non-Military license to Apache-2.0
* The "dreadnaut" tool now catches control-C when nauty or Traces
is running. This uses the global variable nauty_kill_request.
* dreadnaut: new command "vv" to display sorted degree sequence.
* dreadnaut: new command "r&" to relabel according to the
partition.
* dreadnaut: new command "->>" to flush the output.
* dreadnaut: new command "B" to turn on output flushing at the
end of every command. Command "-B" turns it off. Default off.
* dreadnaut: Command with short arguments now have to be all on
one line. Most errors cause the rest of the input line to be
skipped.
* dreadnaut: The "R" command now preserves the colouring.
* The "nauty" tool has an extra hook usercanonproc().
* nauty: The maximum number of vertices is now 2 billion.
- Add nauty-am.diff, nauty-uninitialized.diff
2013-05-18 - jengelh@inai.de
- Initial package (version 2.5.3)

See Also

Package Description
nauty-devel-2.6.11-lp150.10.1.x86_64.rpm Development files for nauty, a math library
ncbi-blast+-2.7.1-lp150.2.1.x86_64.rpm NCBI BLAST finds regions of similarity between biological sequences
ncbi-blast-6.1-lp150.7.1.x86_64.rpm Basic Local Alignment and Search Tool
ncbi-data-6.1-lp150.7.1.x86_64.rpm NCBI toolkit data files
ncbi-devel-6.1-lp150.7.1.x86_64.rpm NCBI toolkit header files needed for development
ncbi-tools-6.1-lp150.7.1.x86_64.rpm Utilities from the NCBI toolkit
ncbi-wwwblast-6.1-lp150.7.1.x86_64.rpm Web-interface to the NCBI BLAST set of programs
nco-4.7.8-lp150.1.1.aarch64.rpm Suite of programs for manipulating NetCDF/HDF files
nco-4.7.8-lp150.1.1.x86_64.rpm Suite of programs for manipulating NetCDF/HDF files
nco-doc-4.7.8-lp150.1.1.aarch64.rpm Documentation for nco
nco-doc-4.7.8-lp150.1.1.x86_64.rpm Documentation for nco
netcdf-4.6.1-lp150.84.1.x86_64.rpm Command-line programs for the NetCDF scientific data format
netcdf-cxx4-gnu-hpc-tools-4.3.0-lp150.41.1.noarch.rpm Dependency package for netcdf-cxx4_4_3_0-gnu-hpc-tools
netcdf-cxx4-tools-4.3.0-lp150.41.2.noarch.rpm Tools for working with the netcdf4 C++ library
netcdf-cxx4_4_3_0-gnu-hpc-tools-4.3.0-lp150.41.1.noarch.rpm Tools for working with the netcdf4 C++ library
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