Re: [AMBER-Developers] New release candidates for AmberTools 1.3; new CVS branch

From: Lachele Foley <>
Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2009 15:56:18 -0500

It installed for me (gnu, default), and most of the tests passed (or possibly passed), but this one died:

cd pbsa_lpb && ./Run.lsolver.min
Segmentation fault
  ./Run.lsolver.min: Program error
make: *** [test.pbsa] Error 1

Running in the directory gives:

[installer.frost pbsa_lpb]$ ../../exe/pbsa -O -i
Segmentation fault

Should this be sent to bugzilla? What other info do you want?

:-) Lachele
B. Lachele Foley, PhD '92,'02
Assistant Research Scientist
Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, UGA
----- Original Message -----
From: case
Tue, 24 Nov 2009 09:57:18 -0500
Subject: [AMBER-Developers] New release
candidates for AmberTools 1.3;	new CVS branch
> Hi everyone:
> The latest release candidate is here:
> As before, *this* (not CVS) is what you should test, since this is what
> users will see.  This works for me with gnu (4.4) and intel (11.1)
> compilers, but still needs extensive testing.  ALSO: the documentation
> needs updating: please look over "your" section of AmberTools.lyx, and
> make updates and corrections.
> I have also made a branch (tag "at3") corresponding to this release
> candidate.
> This corresponds to a feature-freeze: updates to the at3 branch will only
> consist of bug-fixes and documentation improvements.  (Requests for
> exceptions
> to this rule should be sent to me.)
> You may continue to commit new files to the CVS head (default); such
> changes will be slated to be released in April, 2010.  Please send patch
> files to me for updates that should be slated for the late December, 2009
> release of AmberTools 1.3.  ("Blessed" people like Scott and Ross may
> commit directly to the at3 branch, but please be careful and conservative;
> I'm hoping we are past the times when things seemed to break every third
> day.)
> ...thx...dac
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