Package babel: Information

Source package: babel
Version: 2.0.0-alt7
Latest version according to Repology
Build time:  Jul 20, 2022, 07:18 PM in the task #304039
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License: LGPLv2.1
Summary: Language tool for high-performance scientific computing community
  Babel is a language interoperability tool intended for use by
the high-performance scientific computing community.  Developed
by the Components project (
at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Babel supports the
Scientific Interface Definition Language (SIDL) for the language-
independent declaration of interfaces associated with scientific
software packages.

  The Babel tool, applied to a SIDL file, results in the automatic
generation of the associated skeleton and stub source files.  The
Babel user then need only add the necessary code to the _Impl source
files to complete the provision of a language-independent interface
to the package described by the SIDL file.  The languages currently
supported by Babel are C, C++, F77, F90, Java and Python.

This package contains main compiler files. Conflicts with Open Babel, because
contains another file named 'babel' in /usr/bin.

List of rpms provided by this srpm:
babel (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, armh, aarch64)
babel-common (noarch)
babel-j (noarch)
babel-javadoc (noarch)
babel-manual (noarch)
libbabel (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, armh, aarch64)
libbabel-debuginfo (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, armh, aarch64)
libbabel-devel (x86_64, ppc64le, i586, armh, aarch64)

Maintainer: Michael Shigorin

Evgeny Sinelnikov

    1. libltdl7-devel
    2. gnu-getopt
    3. rpm-build-compat
    4. openmpi-devel
    5. rpm-build-python >= 0.8
    6. python-devel = 2.7
    7. jpackage-1.8-compat
    8. /proc
    9. jpackage-utils
    10. libparsifal-devel
    11. chrpath
    12. gcc-c++
    13. gcc-fortran
    14. libxml2-devel

Last changed

July 20, 2022 Michael Shigorin 2.0.0-alt7
- E2K: completed the -alt5 change
Oct. 14, 2021 Aleksei Nikiforov 2.0.0-alt6
- Fixed build with gcc-11.
Sept. 2, 2021 Michael Shigorin 2.0.0-alt5
- E2K: avoid lcc-unsupported option (and fortran altogether)
- minor spec cleanup