Tomasz Rybak <tomasz.rybak(a)post.pl> writes:
On 2014-11-05 current Debian testing (Jessie) will get
frozen as a next step in preparation for release.
It means that it'll contain packages that are in archive
on that day, and in versions that are in archive on that
So - when can we expect new version of PyCUDA?
To avoid any accidents, I intend to upload
packages by 2014-10-10 - to give them time
to migrate from unstable to testing, and to avoid
If there is quite recent released version (both
PyCUDA and PyOpenCL) - e.g. 2014.1.1 from September,
I'll upload such a version. If not - I intend
to upload latest git commit of appropriate
At the same time - if anyone has any suggestions
regarding packaging, please let me know. Jessie will
be the first Debian containing both PyCUDA and PyOpenCL
both for Python 2 and Python 3, and support for
free (libre) ICDs in PyOpenCL package, so I'd like to have
packages as polished as possible.
I've just fixed (I think) the last known Py3 bug in PyCUDA, so I think
I'll go ahead and release 2014.1 in the next few days, after the dust of
this change has settled for a bit. Please test if you can, especially on
Py3, but also on Py2. Btw, this latest change drops support for Py 2.5