HARNESS FT-MPI complete software distribution
Complete distribution of the FT-MPI runtime library software and the ICL/UTK 'C' based HARNESS runtime system.
Version number 1.0.1
The distribution is self contained and includes extensive documentation as well as a number of FT examples codes that can be used as templates for new FT applications.
The MD5 hash of the distribution is:
File name: harness-ftmpi-1.0.1.tar.gz
The distribution is: 800 KBytes
- bug fix/clearification of MPI_LONG_LONG respectively MPI_LONG_LONG_INT
- bug fix in the datatype handling for IA64 (and MPI_Aint)
- bug fix in msg.c for intel-compilers on IA64
- README's are cleaned up
- g_hcore_d loading of multiple plug-ins handled correctly
- some minor warnings (prototype issues) in the ftmpi directory
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