[Paraview] Paraview's HDF5 upgraded to 1.8.5
dave.partyka at kitware.com
Wed Aug 25 09:58:43 EDT 2010
Hey Mike, I just did a universal build now. What specifically were you doing
to get the runtime errors?
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 2:50 PM, Michael Jackson <
mike.jackson at bluequartz.net> wrote:
> So can I back that back off to hdf5 version 1.6.9? There are SERIOUS issues
> with HDF5 version 1.8 being built as a universal binary on OS X. One arch
> will work just fine, the other will give runtime errors. So for instance if
> someone is going to build both ppc and i386 binaries depending which one
> they list first the other will not work. I can demonstrate this with the
> latest HDF5 1.8.5 sources.
> Mike Jackson www.bluequartz.net
> On Aug 23, 2010, at 10:53 AM, Dave Partyka wrote:
> Hi All,
>> Late last week we updated ParaView's hdf5 from 1.6.2 to 1.8.5. In addition
>> to the traditional C library we have also brought in the C++ version of the
>> library (hdf5_cpp). The high level versions of the library are also
>> available (hdf5_hl & hdf5_hl_cpp). This should provide ParaView developers a
>> number of avenues to use the latest HDF5 in their readers/writes.
>> The HDF5 group has has started using CMake as a build system for HDF5.
>> Using the new build system John Biddiscombe and Brad King were able to
>> create a slimmed down version of HDF5 that just builds the core libraries
>> and easily integrates into ParaView. Many thanks to them for their efforts!
>> See here for the release notes for HDF5 1.8.x.
>> As always, we value feedback from the community. Feel free to report any
>> issues. In the mean time I will be monitoring the dashboards.
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