1. 12 Aug, 2013 1 commit
    • Andreas Marek's avatar
      Change of versioning of ELPA lib and the API · 411999c8
      Andreas Marek authored
      Thanks to a comment to the Debian community, the versioning
      of the ELPA library and its API are changed:
      
      - the API version nummer starts now with 0.0.0 and not
        anymore with the version number of the first ELPA release,
        i.e. 2011.12
      
      - if ELPA is installed as library, the files are now named
        elpa.so.API_VERSION. All references to the ELPA version
        and the used compiler vanished, since these are considered
        harmeful.
      
      Note, that at a later stage, if neccessary, the library name might
      also contain the uses MPI version.
      411999c8
  2. 25 Jul, 2013 2 commits
  3. 22 Jul, 2013 1 commit
  4. 15 Jul, 2013 1 commit
    • Andreas Marek's avatar
      Automake build feature for ELPA_2011.12 · 5306eaa1
      Andreas Marek authored
      ELPA version 2011.12 can now be build with automake into
      a shared/static library. This should help the bundling in
      linux distributions
      
      The other versions of ELPA will be updated soon
      5306eaa1
  5. 28 Jun, 2013 1 commit
  6. 15 Jun, 2013 1 commit
  7. 21 May, 2013 1 commit
    • Andreas Marek's avatar
      License cleanup · 6f563aff
      Andreas Marek authored
      On behalf of the Elpa Consortium and due to a remark of
      Volker Blum the license model of ELPA is "corrected"
      
      - each file now contains the appropiate header
      - the files in the subdirectory "COPYING" are now
        in accordance with LGPL v. 3, the license we choose
        to use
      6f563aff
  8. 30 Nov, 2011 1 commit
    • Volker Blum's avatar
      VB, TA, RJ, AM: · d7a57612
      Volker Blum authored
      We have taken the unusual (one-time) step to modify the structure
      of the ELPA git repository as follows:
      
      1) The current ELPA version has been designated as a "stable"
         version. It has proven to be rock solid for us so far, and
         deserves this name.
      
      2) We have decided on a stable version naming scheme,
         "ELPA_year.month". The first such version is
         ELPA_2011.12. This version will only ever be updated
         for clear and unambiguous bug fixes.
      
      3) All further development will happen in the directory named
         ELPA_development_version. At this time, ELPA_2011.12 is an
         exact copy of ELPA_development_version.
      
      No substantial changes have been made to either repository as yet.
      (But we are happy to say that the present "ELPA" publication, which
      we hope ELPA users will cite, now has its final volume and page
      numbers.)
      
      We apologize if this change causes any inconvenience for you. Please
      try to make sure that any changes you might make really affect the
      development version, and not the stable version. We do not plan any
      structural changes of a similar scope at any point in the future,
      but it had to be done once.
      
      Happy ELPA stable version day!
      d7a57612