[needs-packaging] ekopath -- Advanced high performance C/C++- and Fortan compiler suite

Bug #798157 reported by Mantas Kriaučiūnas on 2011-06-16
This bug affects 2 people
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Fix Released
Christopher Bergström

Bug Description

Please package ekopath -- Advanced high performance C/C++- and Fortan compiler suite

* Package name : ekopath
* URL : http://www.pathscale.com/ekopath-compiler-suite
* License : GPL
  Description : High performance C/C++- and Fortan compiler suite
EKOPath 4 suite includes documentation and the complete development stack, including compiler, debugger, assembler, runtimes and standard libraries. EKOPath is the product of years of ongoing development, representing one of the industry leading high performance Fortran, C and C++ compiler for AMD64, Intel® 64, MIPS processors for users desiring the highest level of performance from their applications. The PathScale EKOPath Compiler Suite has the world's most advanced optimization infrastructure and can fully exploit the potentials of many-core architectures.

Notes: The Path64 GitHub (https://github.com/path64 ) source tree isn't the full source to EKOPath currently (June 16, 2011). All of the sources are still being opened up and should be pushed publicly within a few days.

EKOPath 4 Compiler Suite just went open source, see:

tags: added: needs-packaging
summary: - ekopath -- Advanced high performance C/C++- and Fortan compiler suite
+ [needs-packaging] ekopath -- Advanced high performance C/C++- and Fortan
+ compiler suite
Brian Murray (brian-murray) wrote :

*** This is an automated message ***

This bug is tagged needs-packaging which identifies it as a request for a new package in Ubuntu. As a part of the managing needs-packaging bug reports specification, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/Specs/NeedsPackagingBugs, all needs-packaging bug reports have Wishlist importance. Subsequently, I'm setting this bug's status to Wishlist.

Changed in ubuntu:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist

FYI, there is some uncertainty as to whether a non-GPL program compiled by Path64 can be legally distributed. Some parts of the compiler are licensed as GPL without the GCC Exception.

There's really no doubt or question here and wasting time going to SFLC is or should be unnecessary. At the time of the announcement not everything was public. This was a result of Phoronix leaking it early and catching us off guard.

Please check the README for path64-suite for everything to clone and see that the licenses on the runtimes are *NOT* GPLv3.

Changed in ubuntu:
assignee: nobody → Christopher Bergström (cbergstrom)
Changed in debian:
status: Unknown → New
Changed in debian:
status: New → Fix Released
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