On Mon, 2016-11-21 at 22:46 -0600, Andreas Kloeckner wrote:
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At the same time I have a question for you Andreas. There will be
> freeze of Stretch on 2017-01-05. I’d like to upload PyOpenCL and
> in mid-December, and those versions will be versions for Stretch.
> you plan new releases, or should I just take snapshots from git?
I'll do a 2016.2.1 mid-December.
PyOpenCL from 2016-11-30 (commit
19015994653dffe2ee407271e19a46e1d6a62796) is in Debian testing,
for architectures amd64, arm64, armhf, i386, and amd64 and i386
for kFreeBSD. There is no release-critical errors against it
which means that this version of PyOpenCL should be in Debian Stretch.
As for PyCUDA, the version in Debian is from 2016-10-24,
It's only available for amd64. I tried to build package
for ppc64el, but wasn't able to properly configure cross-compiler.
As Debian is in deep freeze now, I won't upload new versions
of packages Stretch release. Using this time I'll try to
make ppc64el PyCUDA - but it's not something I'll focus on entirely.
If you have questions or suggestions regarding packages,
please let me know.
Tomasz Rybak, Debian Maintainer <tomasz.rybak(a)post.pl>
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