High-performance object-based library for DLA computations
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Latest commit e6d7a29 Nov 18, 2016 @fgvanzee fgvanzee Unconditionally define _POSIX_C_SOURCE=200809L.
Details:
- Added -D_POSIX_C_SOURCE=200809L to build/config.mk.in template
  makefile fragment. Some recent version of POSIX was needed in order
  for clock_gettime() to be available (>= 199309L), and we ended up
  choosing 200809L. Thanks to Kiran Varaganti for reporting this bug
  and Devin Matthews for suggesting the fix.

README

libflame library
README
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Thank you for deciding to try out the libflame library!

libflame is a portable library for dense matrix computations, providing
much of the functionality present in LAPACK. In fact, libflame includes
a compatibility layer, FLAPACK, which includes a complete LAPACK
implementation. The source code for libflame is hosted on github:

  https://github.com/flame/libflame

For detailed instructions on how to configure, build, install, and link
against libflame, please visit the UTCS libflame webpage at:

  http://www.cs.utexas.edu/~flame/web/

We also encourage you to refer to the libflame reference manual. This
manual contains all the information you need to get started with
libflame, including installation directions, usage examples, and a
complete API reference. If you have LaTeX installed on your system, you
may simply change into the 'docs/libflame' subdirectory of the top-level
directory of the libflame source tree and build the document from its
source. You may also find a nightly build of the document here:

  http://www.cs.utexas.edu/~flame/web/libflame.pdf

You can keep in touch with developers and other users of the project by
joining the following mailing list:

  o libflame-discuss - http://groups.google.com/group/libflame-discuss
    Please join and post to this mailing list if you have general questions
    or feedback regarding libflame.

  o (NOTE: We do not yet have a developer's mailing list. For now,
    developers and those with developer-related questions can simply post
    to libflame-discuss.

Also, please read the LICENSE file for information on copying and
distributing this software.

Thanks again for your interest in libflame!

Regards,

Field G. Van Zee
(for the FLAME team)
field@cs.utexas.edu