This page is for developers
who want to work on the internals of Open MPI itself.
If you are a
general user or system administrator looking to simply download
and install Open MPI, please
Open MPI provides a official mirror of its entire public Subversion
tree (including all tags and branches) in a Mercurial
repository. It is updated at least once an hour. The mirror is "one-way" --
pushing upstream is disallowed. This repository is mainly for third
parties who want to fork Open MPI but want a convenient mechanism to
stay up-to-date with Open MPI's development.
If you are a general Open MPI developer and simply want to use
Mercurial instead of Subversion, see this wiki page for instructions on how to use Mercurial to
push and pull from the main Subversion repository.
- First, you will need a Mercurial client. We recommend getting the
latest version available. If you do not have the command
hg" in your path, you will likely need to download and
- The Open MPI Mercurial SVN mirror is hosted at Atlassian
- Use the above URL with the "hg clone" command to clone the
repository. For example (as of August, 2012):
shell$ hg clone https://bitbucket.org/ompiteam/ompi-svn-mirror
requesting all changes
adding file changes
added 20505 changesets with 118541 changes to 23927 files (+11 heads)
updating to branch default
6784 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved
- The web interface available by clicking on the above URL shows a
nice summary of recent activity and allows navigating into individual
- Once you have successfully cloned the repository,
continue on to the instructions on how to build
from a developer checkout.
Note that Mercurial is natively capable of using many forms of web
proxies. If your network setup requires the user of a web proxy,
Mercurial documentation for more details.