gpyfft 0.7.0-1build2 source package in Ubuntu

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gpyfft (0.7.0-1build2) disco; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild to build without python3.6 support.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Sat, 03 Nov 2018 19:41:31 +0000

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Matthias Klose on 2018-11-03
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python-gpyfft: Wrapper for the OpenCL FFT library clFFT (Python 2)

 This python wrapper is designed to tightly integrate with
 PyOpenCL. It consists of a low-level Cython based wrapper with an
 interface similar to the underlying C library. On top of that it
 offers a high-level interface designed to work on data contained in
 instances of pyopencl.array.Array, a numpy work-alike array class for
 GPU computations. The high-level interface takes some inspiration
 from pyFFTW. For details of the high-level interface see fft.py.
 .
 This package installs the library for Python 2.

python-gpyfft-dbg: Wrapper for the OpenCL FFT library clFFT (Python 2 debug)

 This python wrapper is designed to tightly integrate with
 PyOpenCL. It consists of a low-level Cython based wrapper with an
 interface similar to the underlying C library. On top of that it
 offers a high-level interface designed to work on data contained in
 instances of pyopencl.array.Array, a numpy work-alike array class for
 GPU computations. The high-level interface takes some inspiration
 from pyFFTW. For details of the high-level interface see fft.py.
 .
 This package installs the library for Python 2 debug.

python-gpyfft-dbgsym: debug symbols for python-gpyfft
python-gpyfft-doc: Wrapper for the OpenCL FFT library clFFT (common documentation)

 This python wrapper is designed to tightly integrate with
 PyOpenCL. It consists of a low-level Cython based wrapper with an
 interface similar to the underlying C library. On top of that it
 offers a high-level interface designed to work on data contained in
 instances of pyopencl.array.Array, a numpy work-alike array class for
 GPU computations. The high-level interface takes some inspiration
 from pyFFTW. For details of the high-level interface see fft.py.
 .
 This is the common documentation package.

python3-gpyfft: Wrapper for the OpenCL FFT library clFFT (Python 3)

 This python wrapper is designed to tightly integrate with
 PyOpenCL. It consists of a low-level Cython based wrapper with an
 interface similar to the underlying C library. On top of that it
 offers a high-level interface designed to work on data contained in
 instances of pyopencl.array.Array, a numpy work-alike array class for
 GPU computations. The high-level interface takes some inspiration
 from pyFFTW. For details of the high-level interface see fft.py.
 .
 This package installs the library for Python 3.

python3-gpyfft-dbg: Wrapper for the OpenCL FFT library clFFT (Python 3 debug)

 This python wrapper is designed to tightly integrate with
 PyOpenCL. It consists of a low-level Cython based wrapper with an
 interface similar to the underlying C library. On top of that it
 offers a high-level interface designed to work on data contained in
 instances of pyopencl.array.Array, a numpy work-alike array class for
 GPU computations. The high-level interface takes some inspiration
 from pyFFTW. For details of the high-level interface see fft.py.
 .
 This package installs the library for Python 3 debug.

python3-gpyfft-dbgsym: debug symbols for python3-gpyfft