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Subject: Re: [hwloc-devel] plugins update
From: Brice Goglin (Brice.Goglin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-11-08 07:48:09

Did anybody look at leastc at the documentation links below?
I am willing to merge this tomorrow. I split the merge into several
commits to make things more bisectable in case of problems.


Le 02/11/2012 17:51, Brice Goglin a écrit :
> I pushed big changes to the components in the last days (what came from
> last month discussion + recent CPUModel feature requests).
> Now we ombine information from multiple "cpu" backends. For instance the
> x86 backend will add socket CPUModel to what native OS backends did.
> Aside from xml/synthetic/custom excluding everything else, other
> backends let others try to complete the topology if they have something
> to add/annotate.
> Only component management has changed. Their "pluginification" is still
> the same as earlier.
> Old "core" components are now called "disc" for discovery (that's all
> they do, binding doesn't need to be componentified).
> Instead of describing everything, here are pointers to the new
> documentation:
> Lines 1635-1725 for how it works from the user side
> Lines 974-1011 for environment variables
> The components branch has a ugly SVN history now. Hopefully SVN will
> combine all that history into one single commit and nobody will see the
> ugly components history (except people using git-svn maybe).
> Brice
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