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--- Begin Message ---Package: libhdf5-dev Version: 1.8.12+docs-1.1 Severity: important User: alteh...@debian.org thanks Dear Maintainer,some time ago there was a package libhdf5-serial-dev that I could use to build a serial version of package meep. Nowadays this package was replaced by libhdf5-dev and the description still says:This package contains development files for serial platforms. Unfortunately there are these lines in /usr/include/H5pubconf.h /* Define if we have parallel support */ #define H5_HAVE_PARALLEL 1 which result in an error in /usr/include/H5public.h #ifdef H5_HAVE_PARALLEL # define MPICH_SKIP_MPICXX 1 # define OMPI_SKIP_MPICXX 1 # include <mpi.h> #ifndef MPI_FILE_NULL /*MPIO may be defined in mpi.h already */ # include <mpio.h> #endif #endif as there is no mpi.h available in a serial environment. So is this a bug or a feature and serial versions are no longer supported? Thanks! Thorsten
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--- Begin Message ---Hi, On Sun, 4 May 2014 15:10:35 +0200 (CEST) Thorsten Alteholz <alteh...@debian.org> wrote: > > > Could you double check? > > Oh. libhdf5-serial-dev and libhdf5-mpi-dev were installed simultaneously. > Is there some Conflict: missing? > After installing libhdf5-dev everything was fine. Starting with version 1.8.13 in unstable, and about to transition into testing, the three flavors of libhdf5 are now co-installable and libhdf5-serial-dev actually depends on libhdf5-dev which isn't provided by any of the libhdf5-*mpi*-dev packages anymore. Thanks, _g.
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