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Wed, 15 Jan 2020
[ 18:20 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:523153
523153 math/blis/Makefile
523153 math/blis/distinfo
523153 math/blis/pkg-plist
math/blis: update to 0.6.1

Bugfix release.

While there, update LLVM requirement to llvm90.
Wed, 4 Dec 2019
[ 18:20 linimon ] Original commit   Revision:519040
519040 math/blis/Makefile
Refactor hardcoded string "llvm60" into LLVM_VER for future ease
of maintainence.
Sat, 27 Jul 2019
[ 20:26 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:507472
507472 math/blis/Makefile
507472 math/blis/distinfo
math/blis: update to release 0.6.0

Major improvements include faster dgemms with small matrix configurations.
Tue, 25 Dec 2018
[ 05:17 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:488291
488291 math/blis/Makefile
math/blis: Fix wrong application of patch file.

Reported by:	fallout
Tue, 11 Dec 2018
[ 17:03 linimon ] Original commit   Revision:487243
487243 audio/caps-lv2/Makefile
487243 audio/ncmpcpp/Makefile
487243 comms/uarduno/Makefile
487243 emulators/hatari/Makefile
487243 graphics/aseprite/Makefile
487243 graphics/kix-kmod/Makefile
487243 math/acalc/Makefile
487243 math/blis/Makefile
487243 math/flint2/Makefile
487243 math/gap/Makefile

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These ports now build on powerpc64.

Approved by:	portmgr (tier-2 blanket)
Mon, 5 Nov 2018
[ 01:09 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:484161
484161 math/blis/Makefile
484161 math/blis/distinfo
484161 math/blis/pkg-plist
math/blis: update to release 0.5.0.

Most important addition to this release are mixed precision interfaces. This
allows one to, e.g., put in single precision data but carry the computation
out in double precision accuracy.

Note that flame/blis is the upstream for the BLIS library. AMD has forked
BLIS and releases independently from the FLAME project but is strightly
downstream.
Tue, 31 Jul 2018
[ 13:12 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:476000
476000 math/blis/Makefile
476000 math/blis/distinfo
476000 math/blis/pkg-plist
math/blis: update to 0.4.0

This release incorporates the changes needed for us which were previously only
available through a snapshot. It also allows us to drop some install hacks and
brings general improvements to blis itself.

Switch to llvm6 as the compiler.

Reviewed by:	zeising (mentor)
Approved by:	zeising (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D16522
Wed, 23 May 2018
[ 12:12 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:470695
470695 math/blis/Makefile
math/blis: fix compilation failure due to missing python

Reported by:	pkg-fallout
Reviewed by:	zeising (mentor)
Approved by:	zeising (mentor)
Sun, 20 May 2018
[ 21:31 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:470486
470486 math/blis/Makefile
470486 math/blis/distinfo
470486 math/blis/pkg-plist
math/blis: update to post 0.3.2 snapshot.

Among other changes, this improves performance on recent AMD architectures and
contains the official runtime kernel selection we asked them for.

Reviewed by:	zeising (mentor)
Approved by:	zeising (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D15334
Tue, 12 Dec 2017
[ 02:49 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:456082
456082 math/blis/Makefile
456082 math/blis/distinfo
456082 math/blis/pkg-plist
math/blis: update to the first snapshot working on FreeBSD to support runtime
kernel selection. For amd64, this will now select, if available, an assembly
optimized kernel for the CPU architecture blis is running on. The other
architectures continue to only use what is now called the generic kernel but in
theory arm and power7 assembly optimizations are available.

Due to this, remove the old explicit kernel selection. Also switch to use
devel/llvm50 as a compiler to actually support all the architectures (and
upstream compile flags) properly. This hopefully will also help with getting
blis to work on other architectures out of the box.

Reviewed by:	swills (mentor)
Approved by:	swills (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D13264
Fri, 2 Jun 2017
[ 15:49 linimon ] Original commit   Revision:442405
442405 databases/galera/Makefile
442405 deskutils/growl-for-linux/Makefile
442405 games/openclonk/Makefile
442405 graphics/gcolor3/Makefile
442405 lang/swi-pl/Makefile
442405 math/blis/Makefile
442405 math/qalculate/Makefile
442405 multimedia/pwcbsd/Makefile
442405 net-im/corebird/Makefile
442405 security/wolfssl/Makefile

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Mark some ports failing on powerpc64.  These ports are either new
ports, or had been recently unblocked.

While here, pet portlint.

Approved by:	portmgr (tier-2 blanket)
Thu, 25 May 2017
[ 01:25 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:441631
441631 math/blis/Makefile
441631 math/blis/pkg-plist
math/blis: Change to also always compile a shared library version of the
library. This is in line with other BLAS libraries in the tree.

While there, correct LOCALBASE to be PREFIX.

Reviewed by:	swills (mentor)
Approved by:	swills (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D10865
Sat, 20 May 2017
[ 23:09 jmd ] Original commit   Revision:441353
441353 math/Makefile
441353 math/blis
441353 math/blis/Makefile
441353 math/blis/distinfo
441353 math/blis/pkg-descr
441353 math/blis/pkg-plist
new port: math/blis

BLIS is a portable software framework for instantiating high-performance
BLAS-like dense linear algebra libraries. The framework was designed to isolate
essential kernels of computation that, when optimized, immediately enable
optimized implementations of most of its commonly used and computationally
intensive operations. BLIS is written in ISO C99 and available under a
BSD3CLAUSE. While BLIS exports a new BLAS-like API, it also includes a BLAS
compatibility layer which gives application developers access to BLIS
implementations via traditional BLAS routine calls. (from their github)

Reviewed by:	swills (mentor)
Approved by:	swills (mentor)
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D10811

Number of commits found XX: 13

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