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Fri Oct 14 08:05:47 PDT 2005
In message from "Robert G. Brown" <rgb at phy.duke.edu> (Fri, 14 Oct 2005
09:22:57 -0400 (EDT)):
>On Fri, 14 Oct 2005, Leif Nixon wrote:
>> "Robert G. Brown" <rgb at phy.duke.edu> writes:
>>> a) Is cernlib prebuilt in rpm's in SL?
>> Which version? Jakob Nielsen used to repackage ATLAS-related stuff
>> into RPMs. His old src.rpm for cernlib 2002 is here:
>(Hoping that the following isn't too off-topic, given that cernlib is
>very much a cluster tool...)
But what is today free fortran source alternative to Cernlib for
"universal" numerical library ?
>Thanks, that's very useful.
>Well, (with this) I now have source rpms for both 2002 and 2005.
Some years ago I attempted to find Cernlib for Linux in Joint
of Nuclear Research here in Russia (in Dubna). It was not simple task
:-) As a result I received Linux source, but source RPM is clear step
forward ;-) BTW, where is now available RPMS (you worote) ?
>I mean (reluctantly taking a peek at actual source at a point of
>failure), this code is still #ifdef'd for the Apollo! For VMS! For
>(and is there darker Evil in the world?) MVS!.
:-) I have some plus: I have MVS 3.8 working under x86 Linux at my
home ! It works through Hercules emulator and includes Fortran IV (!)
compiler. (I worked w/mainfarmes about 20 years, so it's good for
nostalgie ;-)). So theoretically I can to try to compile some sources
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