compyle 0.7-2 source package in Ubuntu


compyle (0.7-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Standards-Version bumped to v4.5.1 (no change).
  * debian/patched:
    - new 0002-Python-3.9.patch to fix compatibility with Puthon 3.9 (ast).
      Closes: #972006.
    - new 0003-Fix-32bit.patch to fix tests on 32bit architectures.

 -- Antonio Valentino <email address hidden>  Thu, 24 Dec 2020 16:21:31 +0000

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python3-compyle: Execute a subset of Python on HPC platforms

 ComPyle allows users to execute a restricted subset of Python (almost
 similar to C) on a variety of HPC platforms. Currently it supports
 multi-core execution using Cython, and OpenCL and CUDA for GPU devices.
 Users start with code implemented in a very restricted Python syntax,
 this code is then automatically transpiled, compiled and executed to run
 on either one CPU core, or multiple CPU cores (via OpenMP_) or on a GPU.
 CPy offers source-to-source transpilation, making it a very convenient
 tool for writing HPC libraries.
 Some simple yet powerful parallel utilities are provided which can allow
 you to solve a remarkably large number of interesting HPC problems.
 ComPyle also features JIT transpilation if you wish making it easy to use.