Should I pull from your repo into https://bitbucket.org/jsquyres/ompi-topo-fixes-fixed? Or did you effectively fork, and you guys will put back to SVN when you're done?
On Jan 18, 2013, at 5:47 AM, George Bosilca <bosilca_at_[hidden]>
> The MPI_Dist_graph effort is happening in ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/bosilca/ompi-topo. I would definitely be interested in seeing some test cases, and giving this branch a tough test.
> On Jan 18, 2013, at 02:43 , "Kawashima, Takahiro" <t-kawashima_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Fujitsu is interested in completing MPI-2.2 on Open MPI and Open MPI
>> -based Fujitsu MPI.
>> We've read wiki and tickets. These two tickets seem to be almost done
>> but need testing and bug fixing.
>> MPI-2.2: MPI_Dist_graph_* functions missing
>> MPI-2.2: Add reduction support for MPI_C_*COMPLEX and MPI::*COMPLEX
>> My colleagues are planning to work on these. They will write test codes
>> and try to fix bugs. Test codes and patches can be contributed to the
>> community. If they cannot fix some bugs, we will report details. They
>> are planning to complete them in around March.
>> With that two questions.
>> The latest statuses written in these ticket comments are correct?
>> Is there any more progress?
>> Where are the latest codes?
>> In ticket #2223 says it is on Jeff's ompi-topo-fixes bitbucket branch.
>> But Jeff seems to have one more branch with a similar name.
>> Ticket #3127 says it is on Jeff's mpi22-c-complex bitbucket branch.
>> But there is no such branch now.
>> Best regards,
>> Takahiro Kawashima,
>> MPI development team,
>> devel mailing list
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