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Table of Contents
- May 20-22, 2015: MADNESS developers meeting at Virginia Tech The MADNESS developers met in Blacksburg, VA to discuss the current progress and solve pressing issues. Technical work during the meeting focused on task runtime issues, performance tuning, C++11 transition, and documentation.
- Nov 13-14, 2014: MADNESS developers meeting at Argonne National Laboratory The MADNESS developers are meeting to discuss the current state of the code and plan the upcoming releases v0.10 and v0.11.
- Aug 7-8, 2014: MADNESS developers meeting at Stony Brook University The MADNESS developers are meeting to discuss the current state of the code and plan releases v0.10.
- C++ compiler with C++11 support. Supported compilers:
- Linux x86_64 — GCC 4.8.3+, GCC 4.9.1, Intel 14.x, and Intel 15.x
- OS X — clang 6.x
- BG/Q — GCC 4.7.2, clang 3.6
- MPI-2 or later
- BLAS and LAPACK
- Elemental v0.84 (included in source via submodule)
- Google Test (included in source)
- GNU Autotools
- autoconf 2.59 or later
- automake 1.11 or later
- Gperftools (recommended on Linux; do not use on OS X)
- Coding Conventions
- Recommended software stack
- Debugging Strategies
- How to write and use an automakefile in MADNESS
- Adding new sub-directories
- Task Profiler
- Move Semantics
- Contributors, developers and participants
- Developer Activities
- A concise guide to intermediate C++ design from Google
- Professional C++
- summary MADNESS related mailing lists
Presently there is only one such list that is intended for internal use by developers. The list of members and message content are both private. At the group homepage new members can be sent an invitation to join by any current member (though I think that one of Robert, George or Scott must approve). The list is unmoderated.
As soon as we have users who are not developers we should add a user mailing list.