libpfm4 4.9.0-2 source package in Ubuntu

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libpfm4 (4.9.0-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fix mips event name containing space: "OCP_WRITE_CACHEABLE REQUESTS".
  * Fix armhf building for arm64 on 64-bit CPU.
  * Set Rules-Requires-Root: no.

 -- Andreas Beckmann <email address hidden>  Thu, 25 Jan 2018 06:46:24 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Vincent Danjean on 2018-01-25
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Original maintainer:
Vincent Danjean
Architectures:
linux-any
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libpfm4: Library to program the performance monitoring events

 Libpfm4 helps convert from an event name, expressed as a string, to
 the event encoding. The encoding can then be used with specific OS
 interfaces. Libpfm4 also provides OS-specific interfaces to directly
 setup OS-specific data structures to be passed to the kernel. The
 current libpfm4, for instance, provides support for the perf_events
 interface which was introduced in Linux v2.6.31.
 .
 This package provides the shared library.

libpfm4-dbgsym: debug symbols for libpfm4
libpfm4-dev: Development files for the libpfm4 library

 Libpfm4 helps convert from an event name, expressed as a string, to
 the event encoding. The encoding can then be used with specific OS
 interfaces. Libpfm4 also provides OS-specific interfaces to directly
 setup OS-specific data structures to be passed to the kernel. The
 current libpfm4, for instance, provides support for the perf_events
 interface which was introduced in Linux v2.6.31.
 .
 This package provides the development files of the library.

python-libpfm4: Python bindings for libpfm4

 This package allows you to write simple Python scripts that monitor
 various hardware performance monitoring events. It may be more efficient
 to use this approach instead of parsing the output of other tools.

python-libpfm4-dbgsym: debug symbols for python-libpfm4