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/diffs/hydra:

_DIR: 3.3rc1_vs_3.3 (22 Nov 10:34, directory)
Hydra (MPICH) is a process management system for starting parallel jobs. Hydra is designed to natively work with existing launcher daemons (such as ssh, rsh, fork), as well as natively integrate with resource management systems (such as slurm, pbs, sge).
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 3.2.1_vs_3.3 (22 Nov 09:00, directory)
Hydra (MPICH) is a process management system for starting parallel jobs. Hydra is designed to natively work with existing launcher daemons (such as ssh, rsh, fork), as well as natively integrate with resource management systems (such as slurm, pbs, sge).
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 3.2.1_vs_3.3rc1 (10 Nov 19:31, directory)
Hydra (MPICH) is a process management system for starting parallel jobs. Hydra is designed to natively work with existing launcher daemons (such as ssh, rsh, fork), as well as natively integrate with resource management systems (such as slurm, pbs, sge).
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 3.2_vs_3.2.1 (12 Nov 2017, directory)
Hydra (MPICH) is a process management system for starting parallel jobs. Hydra is designed to natively work with existing launcher daemons (such as ssh, rsh, fork), as well as natively integrate with resource management systems (such as slurm, pbs, sge).
Source code changes report.
_DIR: 3.1.4_vs_3.2 (12 Nov 2015, directory)
Hydra (MPICH) is a process management system for starting parallel jobs. Hydra is designed to natively work with existing launcher daemons (such as ssh, rsh, fork), as well as natively integrate with resource management systems (such as slurm, pbs, sge).
Source code changes report.

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