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    • Andreas Marek's avatar
      ELPA_2014.06 prepare release · 53f2f2c6
      Andreas Marek authored
      Now it is possible
      - to choose the kernel (real and complex independently) at run-time
        via environment variables, or
      - to specify the kernel (real and complex independently) at runtime
        via specifing the kernel in the call to ELPA
      
      This has a few implications
      1) The ELPA 2014.06 release has a change in the API and is thus not
         binary compatible with previous versions
      2) if no kernels are specified, a default kernel is choosen
      3) if a wrong kernel is specified, a default kernel is choosen
      
      For sake of simplicity it is still possible to build ELPA with
      support for only one kernel, as in previous versions. However, it is
      still not binary compatible to previous versions
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