[petsc-dev] Question converning integration of Pardiso in PETSc ...

Matthew Knepley knepley at gmail.com
Fri Feb 28 08:25:52 CST 2014

On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 1:14 AM, <pascal.tremblay at fr.michelin.com> wrote:

> Dear PETSc developper,
> I am interested in testing / using (contributing to improve) the Intel MKL
> Pardiso interface developped by Jose Bermeo.
> I have seen the two pull request in the petsc-dev repository (the pull
> requests #105 and #103 in https://bitbucket.org/petsc/petsc/pull-requests)
> and
> would like to know if it will be included in the next PETSc release and
> approximately when (or at least integrated in the dev version).
> I have also followed the discussion concerning the plugin approach to the
> integration of external packages in PETSc and would also be interested in
> that (I could
> work on if you guide me through this new plugin approach. It would be very
> convenient to us to be able to compile external plugins without recompiling
> the core of PETSc, especially when corrections to these plugins are
> needed.)

I wrote some about this for SIAM PP.


> Thank you for your input,
> Regards,
> Pascal Tremblay
> Mécanique Numérique
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