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Subject: Re: [hwloc-devel] Something lighter-weight than XML?
From: Jeff Squyres (jsquyres_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-09-22 09:39:47

Yes, I can get some testing of the ompi branch pretty quickly. I can bring in a new copy of this later today and see what we can see.

Many thanks!

On Sep 19, 2011, at 9:05 AM, Brice Goglin wrote:

> I pushed the new minimalistic XML import/export implementation without
> libxml2 to the nolibxml branch. If libxml2 is available, it's still used
> by default. --disable-libxml2 or some env variables can be used for
> force the minimalistic implementation if needed. The minimalistic implem
> is only guaranteed to import XML files that were generated by hwloc
> (even if libxml was enabled there).
> I also backported most of this to the new v1.2-ompi branch (required to
> backport some other XML cleanups from trunk). This branch will now serve
> as a base for Open MPI's embedded hwloc. The idea is to have a complete
> v1.2 + nolibxml somewhere so that we can at least run make check (Open
> MPI does not embed enough to run hwloc's make check).
> How do we proceed now? Can we have the OMPI guys test the new code soon?
> Should I wait for their feedback before merging the nolibxml branch into
> the trunk? I'd like to merge this in v1.3 too (and basically release rc2
> as the actual first feature-complete RC), so getting feedback early
> might be appreciated.
> Brice
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Jeff Squyres
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