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  • #11
    Originally posted by Jakobson View Post

    Windows support is also under development. Keep in mind that package development is typically done on desktops.
    You're quite right, I was looking at it too narrowly. Thx.

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    • #12
      Another useless bureaucratic piece of ***

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      • #13
        The bouncer told electron to f*off.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
          Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) -- OpenZFS. They do more than that, but that's what I know them for.
          Also Slurm:

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          • #15
            They better enforce the use of Assembly language in the software sponsored by this foundation, or else they will receive a strong worded letter from me.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by numacross View Post
              HPC software distribution is a fascinating problem with some ingenious solutions like EESSI, which uses the globally distributed CernVM-FS network filesystem to share common HPC software without the hassle of having to build everything yourself. They use EasyBuild instead of Spack, and a very interesting compatibility layer based on Gentoo.
              Glad that this is getting noticed - it is actually an amazing project with a potential to take over the world. It definitely saves a huge amount of time when rolling out a new HPC system and you can use it on your desktop too, easily.

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              • #17
                High Performance?
                That would mean to kick out useless software bloat in the first place. But that is just my personal opinion. ;-)
                Stop TCPA, stupid software patents and corrupt politicians!

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