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Re: Task: parallel-* ?

Martin Quinson wrote:


typically, *-dev is used to designate the packages containing the headers
and other stuff to compile things yourself. So, I'll name the first of your
tasks 'parallel-computing-master', or something like that.

We could also make a third task called '-dev' containing all .h and so on.

Good point. The -dev task has traditionally had things like lam3-dev, etc., but those are not for the master/head node. I'll gladly change the description to reflect that.

So what does go on a master/head node, but not on the others? Is there a need for such a -master task?


-Adam P.

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