It's a double-edged sword, IMO. The
simple-small-modular approach has
obvious maintainability advantages. On the other hand, an integrated
package is more convenient to install and depend on. I'll leave this up
to you to decide.
I would be in favor of the integration of pycudafft into pycuda
mainstream with the Mako dependency. I think this would make pycuda
even more attractive and help people integrate BLAS, etc.
What do you think?
For now, I've added a link to pycudafft to the docs:
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