gromacs_2016.4-1_i386.deb


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Description

gromacs - Molecular dynamics simulator, with building and analysis tools

Distribution: Debian Sid
Repository: Debian Main i386
Package name: gromacs
Package version: 2016.4
Package release: 1
Package architecture: i386
Package type: deb
Installed size: 811 B
Download size: 220.14 KB
Official Mirror: ftp.br.debian.org
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    Binary package: gromacs_2016.4-1_i386.deb
    Source package: gromacs

    Install Howto

    1. Update the package index:
      # sudo apt-get update
    2. Install gromacs deb package:
      # sudo apt-get install gromacs

    Changelog

    2017-09-17 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium * New upstream release. * Bump Standards-Version to 4.1.0. Set Priority to optional. * Drop Multi-Arch: same for libgromacs-dev, it seems to have some per-arch conflicts from autogenerated files. * Depend on sse2-support [any-i386] | neon-support [armhf], for the minimum useful levels of SIMD support on those architectures. Also enable NEON for arm64. * Set hardening options BINDNOW and PIE.

    2017-06-18 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016.3-2) unstable; urgency=medium * Upload to unstable after the stretch release. * Remove the old gromacs-dev metapackage, now that it's passed one stable release with libgromacs-dev available. Also remove some old Breaks: from well before oldstable. * Set Multi-Arch: foreign for gromacs-data, M-A: same for gromacs-dev and libgromacs2.

    2017-03-15 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016.3-1) experimental; urgency=medium * New upstream release.

    2017-02-08 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016.2-1) experimental; urgency=medium * New upstream release. Uploaded to experimental during freeze. * Remove dh_shlibdeps workaround introduced in 2016~rc1-3, which is fixed via the MPI implementations now. * Remove old .NOTPARALLEL restriction when building. * Use chrpath to remove RUNPATH on OpenMPI binaries -- see <https://github.com/open-mpi/ompi/issues/521>.

    2016-10-30 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016.1-2) unstable; urgency=medium * Disable OpenMPI tests on hurd-i386/kfreebsd-*. This appears related to <https://bugs.debian.org/839387>. * Move to debhelper compat version 10, requiring no changes. * Drop some obsolete lintian overrides, and add a pair for zero-length documentation files not yet shipped. * Update debian/copyright.

    2016-10-30 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium * New upstream release. * rules: Build without SIMD on ppc64.

    2016-09-08 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016-3) unstable; urgency=medium * rules: Adjust SIMD detection logic to set GMX_SIMD=None by default, and enable it case-by-case only on those architectures where it's safe to do so. (Closes: #834991) * Work around OpenMPI 2 test failures: (Closes: #837061) - control: Add openmpi-bin to Build-Depends. - rules: Apply the OMPI_MCA_plm_rsh_agent workaround from #494046.

    2016-08-19 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016-2) unstable; urgency=medium * Accept DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nocheck for the "build-openmpi" target, which was missing and causing m68k build failures. (Closes: #834786) * patches/hurd-disable-numa-test.patch: On hurd-i386 only, this test fails for what seem to be detection limitations rather than an actual problem, so disable the test conditionally on that architecture.

    2016-08-09 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release, upload to unstable. - Remove patches/gmxManageSimd.patch, incorporated upstream.

    2016-07-16 - Nicholas Breen <nbreen@debian.org> gromacs (2016~rc1-3) experimental; urgency=medium * Workaround for #831442: manually prepend /usr/lib/<TRIPLET> to search path for dh_shlibdeps -pgromacs-mpich. * Set SIMD extensions to VSX on ppc64el, already the minimum requirement for that architecture. Disable SIMD on ppc64 due to lower CPU baseline requirements and the lack of double-precision support in basic VMX.

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