liboil 0.3.17-2ubuntu3 source package in Ubuntu

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liboil (0.3.17-2ubuntu3) precise; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/05_disable-powerpc-resample.patch:
    + Disable optimised merge_linear_argb_powerpc since it fails tests.
 -- Colin Watson <email address hidden>   Tue, 24 Apr 2012 16:03:00 +0100

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Colin Watson on 2012-04-24
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Ubuntu Developers
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devel
Urgency:
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liboil0.3: Library of Optimized Inner Loops

 Liboil is a collection of functions that often benefit from having
 special implementations on various architectures or CPUs. Each function
 in liboil has several implementations which may perform faster or
 slower on a given CPU. Some implementations use alternate algorithms,
 some use hand-crafted assembly, and some use special instructions that
 are only available on certain CPUs, such as MMX, SSE, or Altivec.
 The fastest implementation is automatically chosen at runtime.
 .
 This package contains the liboil shared libraries. It is typically
 installed automatically when an application or library requires it.

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liboil0.3-doc: Library of Optimized Inner Loops (documentation)

 Liboil is a collection of functions that often benefit from having
 special implementations on various architectures or CPUs. Each function
 in liboil has several implementations which may perform faster or
 slower on a given CPU. Some implementations use alternate algorithms,
 some use hand-crafted assembly, and some use special instructions that
 are only available on certain CPUs, such as MMX, SSE, or Altivec.
 The fastest implementation is automatically chosen at runtime.
 .
 This package contains the documentation for liboil.