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Name: metis-devel Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 5.1.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.6.3 Build date: Sat May 16 16:59:40 2020
Group: Development/Libraries/C and C++ Build host: cloud104
Size: 10177 Source RPM: metis-5.1.0-lp152.6.3.src.rpm
Summary: Metis development files
METIS library provides to partitioning unstructured graphs and hypergraph
and computing fill-reducing orderings of sparse matrices. The underlying algorithms
used by METIS are based on a multilevel paradigm that, at the time, had been
shown to produce quality results and scale to large problems.

This package provides development files.






* Wed Feb 26 2020 Egbert Eich <>
  - Add support for gcc8/9 building (jsc#SLE-8604).
* Fri Mar 15 2019 Egbert Eich <>
  - Build HPC master package for 'examples'.
* Tue Feb 12 2019 Antoine Ginies <>
  - add a examples subpackage which include graphs* file to test Metis
* Mon Feb 11 2019 Egbert Eich <>
  - Set default module version correctly when installing
    master package, unset when deinstalling the default library
  - Fix %%post and %%postun scripts for HPC.
  - Fix dependencies for HPC.
  - Fix HPC modulefile:
    * Aibraries are always there when module file is installed.
  - Fix package group names.
* Mon Jan 14 2019
  - Remove dependency to a non-existing module package for HPC.
* Thu Nov 22 2018 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Edit description to put time-sensitive wording into context.
* Fri Oct 26 2018
  - General spec file clean up.
  - Touch-up to the HPC build.
* Thu Nov 30 2017
  - Implemented suse-hpc packaging
  - Added metis-makefile-c-directives.patch
    - Provides cflags option to help provide metis native build process
* Fri Jun 20 2014
  - Update to version 5.1.0, changes since version 4.0
    * strtoidx() addition for portable input file parsing
    * Fixed some bad memory allocation calls
    * Incorporated GKlib into METIS, which replaced many of its
      internal functions.
    * A nearly complete re-write of Metis' code-based that changed
      expanded the functionality of the command-line programs and
      API routines
    * Multi-constraint partitioning can be used in conjunction with
      minimization of the total communication volume.
    * All graph and mesh partitioning routines take as input the
      target sizes of the partitions, which among others, allow them
      to compute partitioning solutions that are well-suited for
      parallel architectures with heterogeneous computing capabilities.
    * When multi-constraint partitioning is used, the target sizes of
      the partitions are specified on a per partition-constraint pair.
    * The multilevel k-way partitioning algorithms can compute a
      partitioning solution in which each partition is contiguous.
    * All partitioning and ordering routines can compute multiple
      different solutions and select the best as the final solution.
    * The mesh partitioning and mesh-to-graph conversion routines can
      operate on mixed element meshes.
    * The command-line programs provide full access to the entire
      set of capabilities provided by Metis' API.
    * Re-written the memory management subsystem to reduce overall
      memory requirements.
    * Added back Fortran support in the form of alternate API names
      (see libmetis/frename.h).
    * Changed the license to Apache Version 2
  - Move metis shared library to separate package
  - Enable build tests
  - Use proper build parameters
    * metis-cmake.patch
  - Delete compilation time from metis programs to avoid unnecessary
    package republishing
    * metis-programs-no-compilation-time.patch
* Fri Aug 17 2012
  - Buildreqs libtool for 12.2 an higher
  - spec file reformating



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