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|26 Oct 2013 00:52:36
Update to libmpc version 1.0.1 which brings the following fixes:
- Switched to automake 1.11.6, see CVE-2012-3386.
- #14669: Fixed extraction of CC from gmp.h.
- Fixed case of intermediate zero real or imaginary part in mpc_fma,
found by hydra with GMP_CHECK_RANDOMIZE=1346362345.
This is on top of the following changes from version 1.0
- Licence change towards LGPLv3+ for the code and GFDLv1.3+ (with no
invariant sections) for the documentation.
- 100% of all lines are covered by tests
- Renamed functions
. mpc_mul_2exp to mpc_mul_2ui
. mpc_div_2exp to mpc_div_2ui(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|20 Sep 2013 15:58:42
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
|03 Feb 2013 18:16:55
Bump PORTREVISON after devel/py-sip and devel/qscintilla2 update.
- mark BROKEN: does not build with latest devel/py-sip
|01 Jun 2012 05:26:28
- update png to 1.5.10
|25 May 2012 01:50:36
Chase PyQT update
|22 Oct 2011 23:50:23
- remove maintainer tags from pkg-descr
Approved by: portmgr
Approved by: bapt (mentor)
|15 Jul 2011 07:00:46
- Bump PORTREVISION for science/hdf5-18 shlib change
|04 Jan 2011 21:14:34
SALOME is a free software that provides a generic platform for Pre
and Post-Processing for numerical simulation.
+Supports interoperability between CAD modeling and
computation software (CAD-CAE link)
+Makes easier the integration of new components on heterogeneous systems
for numerical computation
+Sets the priority to multi-physics coupling between computation software
+Provides a generic user interface, user-friendly and efficient,
which helps to reduce the costs and delays of carrying out the studies
+Reduces training time to the specific time for learning the software solution
which has been based on this platform
+All functionalities are accessible through the programmatic
integrated Python console
This package contains NETGENPLUGIN module.
- Stas Timokhin
Submitted by: Stas Timokhin <devel at stasyan.com>