The linear-algebra-cblas package

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Note There are some known bugs in this code, do not use it in production! this package is meant mostly for easy cblas vs haskell benchmarks, not real use.

The BLAS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms) are routines that provide standard building blocks for performing basic vector and matrix operations. The Level 1 BLAS perform scalar, vector and vector-vector operations, the Level 2 BLAS perform matrix-vector operations, and the Level 3 BLAS perform matrix-matrix operations. Because the BLAS are efficient, portable, and widely available, they are commonly used in the development of high quality linear algebra software, LAPACK for example.

For more information, see the Netlib BLAS webpage:

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Dependenciesbase (==4.*), ieee754, QuickCheck (>=2.1.1 && <3), storable-complex, test-framework (>=0.3.1), test-framework-quickcheck2 (>=0.2.7), vector (>=0.7) [details]
Copyright(c) 2010. Patrick Perry <>, Carter Schonwald <carter atsign wellposed dot com> 2012
AuthorPatrick Perry, Carter Schonwald
MaintainerCarter Schonwald <carter atsign wellposed dot com>
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UploadedThu Apr 18 17:53:18 UTC 2013 by CarterSchonwald
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For package maintainers and hackage trustees

Readme for linear-algebra-cblas-0.1

To build the package, there is no need to run the configure script.  Just
use the standard cabal commands:

    runhaskell Setup.lhs configure
    runhaskell Setup.lhs build
    runhaskell Setup.lhs install
The package uses a script to find what BLAS and LAPACK libraries to link with.
To link with a custom BLAS or LAPACK, add the "--with-blas=<lib>" 
or "--with-lapack=<lib>" argument to --configure-option.  For example,

    runhaskell Setup.lhs configure --configure-option="--with-blas=<lib>"

To build this package from the git repository, first run
    aclocal -I m4