Package Details: hdf5-java 1.10.5-1

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Package Base: hdf5-java
Description: General purpose library and file format for storing scientific data, w/java bindings
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Licenses: custom
Conflicts: hdf5, hdf5-openmpi
Provides: hdf5, hdf5-cpp-fortran, hdf5-java
Replaces: hdf5-cpp-fortran
Submitter: greyltc
Maintainer: greyltc
Last Packager: greyltc
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.000006
First Submitted: 2019-02-03 17:54
Last Updated: 2019-03-07 09:59

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Eothred commented on 2020-05-28 07:28

I tested a bit the different options, and found that the issue with cmake/hdf5 seems to be primarily with the combo of fortran and zlib. Turning off fortran and all builds fine, turning off only zlib and it still fails so there is also some other combo which is not quite working.

Maybe for this package it could be an option to not add fortran to simplify. I did not succeed in building this just updating the version number, I also did not succeed building the hdf5 1.12.0 from Arch, so I am wondering if that maintainer has some special setup to make it work.

flying-sheep commented on 2019-12-17 12:53

I get:

                   Parallel HDF5: no
Parallel Filtered Dataset Writes: no
              Large Parallel I/O: no
              High-level library: yes
                    Threadsafety: no
             Default API mapping: v110
  With deprecated public symbols: yes
          I/O filters (external): deflate(zlib),szip(encoder)
                             MPE: no
                      Direct VFD: no
                         dmalloc: no
  Packages w/ extra debug output: none
                     API tracing: no
            Using memory checker: no
 Memory allocation sanity checks: no
          Function stack tracing: no
       Strict file format checks: no
    Optimization instrumentation: no
Makefile:377: *** missing separator.  Stop.

petronny commented on 2019-10-29 05:54

I'm confused with the name of this package and hdf-java.
What's the difference of these 2 packages?
Could one of these packages use a more distinguishable name?