Dnia 2015-09-08, wto o godzinie 15:20 -0500, Andreas Kloeckner pisze:
Tomasz Rybak <tomasz.rybak(a)post.pl> writes:
> Sorry for long delay - but I finally managed to compile
> and test PyOpenCL on Debian.
> I compiled using GCC 5.2.1, Boost 1.58, and CFFI 1.1.2.
> It works, (almost) all tests pass (modulo old problems with APU).
> The only problems were with CFFI and debug packages,
> and with Debian build scripts complaining about generated
> cffi_build.py. The latter was caused by setup.py unconditionally
> generating cffi_build.py (even on clean) - so I overrode Debian
> clean target to remove it.
> There is nothing you need to do.
Thanks for the feedback! I'm glad to hear that you were able to get
your Debian packages to work with the new version of PyOpenCL.
> I will upload PyOpenCL after transition of GCC and Boost finishes;
> but first I need to take care for PyCUDA - there will be transition
> of CUDA, so it takes priority.
> Because of that - do you have any plans for new versions? If so,
> me know so I can plan uploads accordingly.
I will probably release a new version of PyOpenCL sometime this fall,
perhaps in October or November. This will be the first release to
include the cffi wrapper.
Thanks for information. I'm not yet sure whether I'll upload git
revision then, or wait for new version. It'll probably depend on state
of Debian transitions.
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