gemmlowp 0.0~git20180416.38ebac7-1 source package in Ubuntu


gemmlowp (0.0~git20180416.38ebac7-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 0.0~git20180416.38ebac7
  * Add watch file to monitor upstream git HEAD.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.1.4 (no change).
  * Move from devel section to libdevel section.
  * Remove unused override debian-watch-file-is-missing.
  * Remove debian/CMakeLists.txt because merged by upstream.
  * patches: Patch the cmake build to avoid failure.
  * Fix doc installation path and remove unused dirs. (Closes: #900474)
  * Upload to unstable.

 -- Mo Zhou <email address hidden>  Sat, 02 Jun 2018 08:17:17 +0000

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Mo Zhou on 2018-06-02
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libgemmlowp-dev: small self-contained low-precision GEMM library

 This is not a full linear algebra library, only a GEMM library: it only does
 general matrix multiplication ("GEMM").
 Its performance goals differ from typical GEMM performance goals in the
 following ways:
 1. It cares not only about speed, but also about minimizing power usage.
    It specifically cares about charge usage in mobile/embedded devices.
 2. Most GEMMs are optimized primarily for large dense matrix sizes (>= 1000).
    It does care about large sizes, but it also cares specifically about the
    typically smaller matrix sizes encountered in various mobile applications.
 Keep in mind (previous section) that gemmlowp itself is a pure-headers-only