The way we plan is to have the package compyte that is already used
by PyCUDA and PyOpenCL contain the new code. This package will be a
dependency of PyCUDA, PyOpenCL, Theano and any other people that want
to use the same interface directly.
I think it is not complicated, but I never did a distro package. Is
that ok for you?
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On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 10:49 AM, Tomasz Rybak <bogomips(a)post.pl> wrote:
I am making Debian packages for both PyCUDA and PyOpenCL
and I would like to avoid having complicated set of dependencies.
In other words, I would not like to have situation when
GPUCArray depends on PyCUDA which in turn depend on GPUCArray;
this makes building package really hard.
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