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boost-graph-openmpi - Runtime component of parallel boost graph library

Website: http://sodium.resophonic.com/boost-cmake/1.41.0.cmake0/
License: Boost
Vendor: Scientific Linux CERN, http://cern.ch/linux
Description:
Runtime support for the Parallel BGL graph library.  The interface and
graph components are generic, in the same sense as the the Standard
Template Library (STL).  This libraries in this package use OpenMPI
backend to do the parallel work.

Packages

boost-graph-openmpi-1.41.0-28.el6.i686 [97 KiB] Changelog by Jonathan Wakely (2015-12-23):
- Don't install .cmake files.
- Resolves: #1245805
boost-graph-openmpi-1.41.0-27.el6.i686 [97 KiB] Changelog by Petr Machata (2015-02-04):
- Fix the way MPI_VERSION is compared with (>=2 rather than ==2) so
  that an arg-less boost::mpi::environment ctor is exposed for MPI
  libraries with MPI_VERSION of 3.
  (boost-1.41.0-mpi-NOARG_INIT.patch)
- Fix boost::interprocess::move (boost-1.41.0-interprocess-move.patch)
- Fix copy construction of boost::weak_ptr
  (boost-1.41.0-weak_ptr-copy.patch)
- Undo the change of non-Requires: package references to not use
  %{?_isa} again.
boost-graph-openmpi-1.41.0-25.el6.i686 [99 KiB] Changelog by Michal Schmidt (2014-08-21):
- mpich obsoleted mpich2. Build against mpich and rename subpackages
  accordingly. Obsolete mpich2 subpackages.
boost-graph-openmpi-1.41.0-18.el6.i686 [95 KiB] Changelog by Petr Machata (2013-06-04):
- Build math portion of Boost.TR1, package DSOs in boost-math.
  (boost-1.48.0-mathlib.patch)
boost-graph-openmpi-1.41.0-17.el6_4.i686 [95 KiB] Changelog by Petr Machata (2013-03-14):
- Add in explicit dependence between boost-*mpich2* and
  boost-serialization.
boost-graph-openmpi-1.41.0-15.el6_4.i686 [95 KiB] Changelog by Petr Machata (2013-03-07):
- Add in explicit dependences between some boost subpackages
boost-graph-openmpi-1.41.0-11.el6_1.2.i686 [94 KiB] Changelog by Petr Machata (2011-07-20):
- Build with -fno-strict-aliasing due to the sheer amount of warnings
  that we get.
- Related: #723503

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