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[Scalapack] ScaLAPACK Installer version 0.95

Jorge,
Thank you.
Actually the fix had been done a couple month ago, but the link on the  
website was not correct. (It was pointing on 0.94 instead on 0.95)
Concerning the optimized BLAS library, this is a good suggestion.
My only concern is that it would complicate a lot the installer and  
increase the installation time (as some optimized libraries like ATLAS  
take a long time to get installed)
Let us know if you have any other comments.
Julie

On Jul 3, 2009, at 3:27 AM, jdelia@Domain.Removed wrote:

Dear developers,

1) Very useful the scalapack_installer.tgz !! However, in lines  
118-119 of

        scalapack_installer_0.94/script/lapack.py

we had to change

        # change to LAPACK dir
        os.chdir(os.path.join(os.getcwd(),'lapack-3.2'))

by

        # change to LAPACK dir
        os.chdir(os.path.join(os.getcwd(),'lapack-3.2.1'))


2) Perhaps, in some time, an optimized BLAS library installer can be
also included.


Regards,
Jorge D'Elia.
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