paflib 0.3.0-1 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

paflib (0.3.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release 0.3.0
  * d/copyright: fix typo for Leitao and update copyright dates.
  * d/control: remove ceseo as Maintainer
    (he is Upstream Maintainer)
  * Update Standards-Version to 3.9.8, no changes required.
  * d/patches/series: patch refresh
  * d/rules: added hardening flags
  * d/watch:
    - Fixed filenamemangle variable
    - Removed useless pgpsigurlmangle setting

 -- Thierry Fauck <email address hidden>  Fri, 05 Sep 2016 21:08:02 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Thierry FAUCK on 2016-09-08
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Original maintainer:
Thierry FAUCK
Architectures:
ppc64 ppc64el powerpc
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libpaf-dev: paf library development files

 PAFLib is a IBM written library which exposes Power Architecture Facilities to
 userspace via an API. This includes the Data Stream Control Register Facility
 (DSCR) and the Event-Based Branching facility (EBB). Linux kernel 3.9 has
 exposed problem-state DSCR usage for ISA 2.06 (POWER7 - emulated) and ISA 2.07
 (POWER8 - in hardware). Linux 3.10 has exposed the EBB facility.
 This package contains the static library and header files used in
 development.

libpaf-dsc0: library which exposes DSC Power Facilities to userspace via an API

 PAFLib is a IBM written library which exposes Power Architecture Facilities to
 userspace via an API. This includes the Data Stream Control Register Facility
 (DSCR) and the Event-Based Branching facility (EBB). Linux kernel 3.9 has
 exposed problem-state DSCR usage for ISA 2.06 (POWER7 - emulated) and ISA 2.07
 (POWER8 - in hardware). Linux 3.10 has exposed the EBB facility.
 .
 The Data Stream Control Register (DSCR for short) of POWER processors is used
 to control the degree of aggressiveness of memory prefetching for load and
 store.

libpaf-dsc0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libpaf-dsc0

 PAFLib is a IBM written library which exposes Power Architecture Facilities to
 userspace via an API. This includes the Data Stream Control Register Facility
 (DSCR) and the Event-Based Branching facility (EBB). Linux kernel 3.9 has
 exposed problem-state DSCR usage for ISA 2.06 (POWER7 - emulated) and ISA 2.07
 (POWER8 - in hardware). Linux 3.10 has exposed the EBB facility.
 .
 The Data Stream Control Register (DSCR for short) of POWER processors is used
 to control the degree of aggressiveness of memory prefetching for load and
 store.

libpaf-ebb0: library which exposes EBB Power Facilities to userspace via an API

 PAFLib is a IBM written library which exposes Power Architecture Facilities to
 userspace via an API. This includes the Data Stream Control Register Facility
 (DSCR) and the Event-Based Branching facility (EBB). Linux kernel 3.9 has
 exposed problem-state DSCR usage for ISA 2.06 (POWER7 - emulated) and ISA 2.07
 (POWER8 - in hardware). Linux 3.10 has exposed the EBB facility.
 .
 Event Based Branches (EBBs) are a feature which allows the hardware to branch
 directly to a specified user space address when certain events occur.

libpaf-ebb0-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libpaf-ebb0

 PAFLib is a IBM written library which exposes Power Architecture Facilities to
 userspace via an API. This includes the Data Stream Control Register Facility
 (DSCR) and the Event-Based Branching facility (EBB). Linux kernel 3.9 has
 exposed problem-state DSCR usage for ISA 2.06 (POWER7 - emulated) and ISA 2.07
 (POWER8 - in hardware). Linux 3.10 has exposed the EBB facility.
 .
 Event Based Branches (EBBs) are a feature which allows the hardware to branch
 directly to a specified user space address when certain events occur.