Dnia 2014-02-16, nie o godzinie 15:09 -0600, Andreas Kloeckner pisze:
Tomasz Rybak <tomasz.rybak(a)post.pl> writes:
> I have question regarding potential dates of releasing
> new versions of PyOpenCL (and PyCUDA). Is there any plan?
> I'm asking as Debian Jessie will be frozen on 2014-11-05
> which means that no new versions of packages will be accepted
> after that date. To be sure that there is no ugly bugs
> discovered at the last moment, I intend to upload latest
> version in October 2014. Andreas - is that OK with you?
> I can move upload earlier or later, but the latest day
> I can upload and be sure that this particular version
> reaches Jessie is 2014-10-22. Such late upload will be
> risky though.
I don't really have a plan for when releases are going to happen, but I
suspect both packages will likely see a release during the summer, which
sounds like it would work with Debian's (and your) requirements. I'll
keep the dates you mention in mind though. Thanks for the heads-up!
Thanks for the information.
Summer is good - it can even allow for upload of fixes, just
in case there is need for 2014.2 or 2014.1.1 :-)
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