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There are some other miscellaneous lam-mpi / mpich
dependencies/conflicts/gotchas in Portage; you probably won't see them
unless you're using ~x86 and trying to load the R packages that use
them. When I get some free time I'll document everything in Bugzilla.
Meanwhile, speaking of R, they are at R-2.2.0 and counting -- 2.3 should
be out in the spring. Portage appears to be stuck at R-2.1.1. Is there
any reason there hasn't been an R version bump?
Donnie Berkholz wrote:
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> Philippe Trottier wrote:
> | I have stooped using mpich and started use lam-mpi take a look at
> that ?
> That's ironic, because the lam-mpi team has stopped developing lam-mpi
> and now works on openmpi , along with a number of other groups. =)
> As far as moving into the future for MPI in Gentoo goes, there's an
> mpich2 ebuild in progress, and we'll probably start working on an
> openmpi ebuild once they have a 1.0 release.
> 1. http://www.open-mpi.org/
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M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
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