PyOpenCL, PyCUDA, and Python 3

In the previous week the new versions of Debian packages for PyOpenCL and PyCUDA reached Debian unstable. The support for Python 3 is the largest change in the new PyCUDA.

Both PyOpenCL and PyCUDA support Python 3 now and contain compiled modules for Python 3.2 and 3.3. Both provide *-dbg packages for easier debugging. Because of addition of debug packages and Python 3 for PyCUDA all packages had to go through the Debian NEW queue.

Uploaded packages do not block Python 3.3 transition because they are built against and provide Python 3.3 support. They will need to be rebuilded during Boost 1.53 transition – and I hope to upload new versions at the same time.

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