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python310-threadpoolctl-3.0.0-1.4 RPM for noarch

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Name: python310-threadpoolctl Distribution: openSUSE:Factory:zSystems
Version: 3.0.0 Vendor: obs://
Release: 1.4 Build date: Thu May 12 12:25:58 2022
Group: Development/Languages/Python Build host: s390zp23
Size: 119501 Source RPM: python-threadpoolctl-3.0.0-1.4.src.rpm
Summary: Thread-pool Controls
Python helpers to limit the number of threads used in native
libraries that handle their own internal threadpool (BLAS
and OpenMP implementations).






* Sat Oct 16 2021 Dirk Müller <>
  - update to 3.0.0:
    - New object `threadpooctl.ThreadpoolController` which holds controllers for all the
      supported native libraries. The states of these libraries is accessible through the
      `info` method (equivalent to `threadpoolctl.threadpool_info()`) and their number of
      threads can be limited with the `limit` method which can be used as a context
      manager (equivalent to `threadpoolctl.threadpool_limits()`).
    - Added support for OpenBLAS built for 64bit integers in Fortran.
    - Added the possibility to use `threadpoolctl.threadpool_limits` and
      `threadpooctl.ThreadpoolController` as decorators through their `wrap` method.
    - Fixed an attribute error when using old versions of OpenBLAS or BLIS that are
      missing version query functions.
    - Fixed an attribute error when python is run with -OO.
* Mon Jul 19 2021 Dirk Müller <>
  - update to 2.2.0:
    - Report the architecture of the CPU cores detected by OpenBLAS
      (`openblas_get_corename`) in `threadpool_info()` and BLIS
      (`bli_arch_query_id` and `bli_arch_string`).
    - Fixed a bug when the version of MKL was not found. The
      "version" field is now set to None in that case.
  - drop python_executable.patch (upstream)
* Fri Jul 24 2020 Marketa Calabkova <>
  - update to 2.1.0
    * New commandline interface: 'python -m threadpoolctl -i numpy'
      will try to import the `numpy` package and then return the output of
      `threadpoolctl.threadpool_info()` on STDOUT formatted using the JSON
      syntax. This makes it easier to quickly introspect a Python environment.
  - Add patch python_executable.patch
* Thu Mar 05 2020
  - initial version 2.0.0, required by python-joblib



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