Graphical user interface for Code_Aster - client
Code_Aster is the finite element PDE solver used by the French nuclear industry. code-aster-gui provides a Tcl front end to its Python build and control systems.
This package contains the code-aster-gui client, which needs to connect to a locally or remotely installed server (in the package "code-aster-run").
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