libcoro-perl 6.570-2build1 source package in Ubuntu


libcoro-perl (6.570-2build1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for the perl update.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Sun, 06 Feb 2022 14:11:45 +0100

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libcoro-perl: Perl framework implementing coroutines

 Coro is a collection of modules which manages continuations in general, most
 often in the form of cooperative threads (also called coros, or simply "coro"
 in the documentation). They do not actually execute at the same time, even on
 machines with multiple processors.
 The specific flavor of thread offered by this module also guarantees you that
 it will not switch between threads unless necessary. It switches at easily-
 identified points in your program, so locking and parallel access are rarely
 an issue, making threaded programming much safer and easier than using other
 threading models.
 Coro provides a full shared address space, which makes communication between
 threads very easy. A parallel matrix multiplication benchmark runs over 300
 times faster on a single core than perl's ithreads on a quad core using all
 four cores.
 This version of Coro has been patched by the Debian Project to provide
 compatibility with Perl 5.22 and Perl 5.24. Please send bug reports to
 Debian (<>) and not the original author.

libcoro-perl-dbgsym: debug symbols for libcoro-perl