Commit ec89df85 authored by Pavan Balaji's avatar Pavan Balaji
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[svn-r10446] Rename MPICH2 to MPICH.

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......@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ external_libs = -lmpl -lopa
# The automake manual recommends thinking of DIST_SUBDIRS as the list of all
# *configured* subdirectories. The normal autotools model involves
# unconditional configure steps for all/most directories with conditional make
# steps (i.e., conditional inclusion in SUBDIRS). But in the MPICH2 case we
# steps (i.e., conditional inclusion in SUBDIRS). But in the MPICH case we
# almost always configure exactly the directories that will be included in
# SUBDIRS. So most additions to DIST_SUBDIRS should be conditional on the same
# condition as the corresponding SUBDIRS addition.
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ SUBDIRS = ${external_subdirs}
# lib/lib@MPILIBNAME@.la always contains the "PMPI_" functions and all of the
# functions and symbols that actually make up the MPICH2 implementation. If
# functions and symbols that actually make up the MPICH implementation. If
# weak symbols are fully supported (such as on Linux), then this library also
# contains weak symbols for "MPI_" aliasing the "PMPI_" symbols. This lib also
# always contains the F77 bindings, but not the F90 or C++ bindings.
......@@ -257,7 +257,7 @@ coverage-clean:
else !BUILD_COVERAGE
coverage:
@echo 'ERROR: MPICH2 was not configured with "--enable-coverage"'
@echo 'ERROR: MPICH was not configured with "--enable-coverage"'
exit 1
endif !BUILD_COVERAGE
......
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......@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@
reasons. A workaround is to use GNU Make instead. See the following
ticket for more information:
http://trac.mcs.anl.gov/projects/mpich2/ticket/1122
https://trac.mcs.anl.gov/projects/mpich2/ticket/1122
* Build fails with Intel compiler suite 13.0, because of weak symbol
issues in the compiler. A workaround is to disable weak symbol
......
......@@ -99,9 +99,9 @@ if test "!" -f $svn_externals_sanity_file ; then
ERROR: The file '$svn_externals_sanity_file'
is not present, indicating that you do not have a complete source tree.
This is usually caused by checking out MPICH2 with an SVN client version
This is usually caused by checking out MPICH with an SVN client version
less than v1.6. Please check your SVN client version (with
"svn --version") and use a newer version if necessary to obtain MPICH2.
"svn --version") and use a newer version if necessary to obtain MPICH.
If you do have a modern SVN client and believe that you have reached
this error case for some other reason, please file a ticket at:
......@@ -250,7 +250,7 @@ for arg in "$@" ; do
[ -atvercheck=[yes|no] ] \\
[ --verbose-autoreconf ] \\
[ --do=stepname ] [ -distrib ]
Update the files in the MPICH2 build tree. This file builds the
Update the files in the MPICH build tree. This file builds the
configure files, creates the Makefile.in files, extracts the error
messages.
......@@ -294,7 +294,7 @@ done
########################################################################
if [ -z "$autotoolsdir" ] ; then
autotoolsdir=$MPICH2_AUTOTOOLS_DIR
autotoolsdir=$MPICH_AUTOTOOLS_DIR
fi
if [ -n "$autotoolsdir" ] ; then
......@@ -618,7 +618,7 @@ fi
echo_n "Updating the README... "
. ./maint/Version
if [ -f README.vin ] ; then
sed -e "s/%VERSION%/${MPICH2_VERSION}/g" README.vin > README
sed -e "s/%VERSION%/${MPICH_VERSION}/g" README.vin > README
echo "done"
else
echo "error"
......
......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ dnl too old to be useful, 07/14/2010.
dnl builtin(include,aclocal_cross.m4)
builtin(include,aclocal_cxx.m4)
builtin(include,aclocal_f77.m4)
dnl aclocal_f77old.m4 contains PAC_PROG_F77_CMDARGS which is NOT used in MPICH2
dnl aclocal_f77old.m4 contains PAC_PROG_F77_CMDARGS which is NOT used in MPICH
dnl but it is still used by other packages, so leave it in confdb.
dnl builtin(include,aclocal_f77old.m4)
builtin(include,aclocal_util.m4)
......
......@@ -408,7 +408,7 @@ AC_COMPILE_IFELSE([],[
#
# If there are any compilers still out there that are totally brain-dead and
# don't support an output directory flag, we can write a wrapper script to tell
# users to use. Alternatively they can use an older version of MPICH2.
# users to use. Alternatively they can use an older version of MPICH.
pac_cv_fc_module_outflag=
for mod_flag in '-J' '-J ' '-qmoddir=' '-module ' '-YMOD_OUT_DIR=' '-mdir ' '-moddir=' '-fmod=' ; do
......
......@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ if test "X$pac_lib_mpi_is_building" != "Xyes" ; then
fi
fi
# Look for MPILIB first if it is defined
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(MPI_Init,$MPILIB mpi mpich mpich2)
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(MPI_Init,$MPILIB mpi mpich mpich)
if test "$ac_cv_search_MPI_Init" = "no" ; then
ifelse($2,,
AC_MSG_ERROR([Could not find MPI library]),[$2])
......@@ -125,8 +125,8 @@ AC_DEFUN([PAC_ARG_MPI_KNOWN_TYPES],[
AC_ARG_WITH(mpich,
[--with-mpich=path - Assume that we are building with MPICH],
ac_mpi_type=mpich)
# Allow MPICH2 as well as MPICH
AC_ARG_WITH(mpich2,
# Allow MPICH as well as MPICH
AC_ARG_WITH(mpich,
[--with-mpich=path - Assume that we are building with MPICH],
ac_mpi_type=mpich)
AC_ARG_WITH(lammpi,
......@@ -436,7 +436,7 @@ case $ac_mpi_type in
LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -L$with_mpichnt/lib"
AC_CHECK_LIB(mpich,MPI_Init,found="yes",found="no")
if test "$found" = "no" ; then
AC_CHECK_LIB(mpich2,MPI_Init,found="yes",found="no")
AC_CHECK_LIB(mpich,MPI_Init,found="yes",found="no")
fi
if test "$enable_cxx" != no ; then
AC_PROG_CXX
......@@ -470,7 +470,7 @@ case $ac_mpi_type in
;;
generic)
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(MPI_Init,mpi mpich2 mpich)
AC_SEARCH_LIBS(MPI_Init,mpi mpich mpich)
if test "$ac_cv_lib_mpi_MPI_Init" = "yes" ; then
MPILIBNAME="mpi"
fi
......
......@@ -787,7 +787,7 @@ EOF
rm -f conftest$EXEEXT mpitest.c
])dnl
define(PAC_TEST_MPIU_FUNCS,[
AC_MSG_CHECKING(support for MPICH2 memory macros)
AC_MSG_CHECKING(support for MPICH memory macros)
rm -f mpitest.c
cat > mpitest.c <<EOF
#include "mpi.h"
......@@ -801,7 +801,7 @@ EOF
$CC $USER_CFLAGS -I$MPI_INCLUDE_DIR -o conftest$EXEEXT mpitest.c $MPI_LIB > /dev/null 2>&1
if test -x conftest$EXEEXT ; then
AC_MSG_RESULT(yes)
AC_DEFINE(HAVE_MPIU_FUNCS,1,[Define if MPICH2 memory tracing macros defined])
AC_DEFINE(HAVE_MPIU_FUNCS,1,[Define if MPICH memory tracing macros defined])
else
AC_MSG_RESULT(no)
fi
......
......@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ case "$enable_sharedlibs" in
C_LINK_SHL='${CC} -dynamiclib -undefined suppress -single_module -flat_namespace'
CC_SHL='${CC} -fPIC'
# No way in osx to specify the location of the shared libraries at link
# time (see the code in createshlib in mpich2/src/util)
# time (see the code in createshlib in mpich/src/util)
# As of 10.5, -Wl,-rpath,dirname should work . The dirname
# must be a single directory, not a colon-separated list (use multiple
# -Wl,-rpath,path for each of the paths in the list). However, os x
......@@ -410,8 +410,8 @@ dnl PAC_COMPILER_SHLIB_FLAGS(compiler-var,output-file)
dnl
dnl Uses confdb/config.rpath to determine important linking flags and
dnl information. This is mainly intended to support the compiler wrapper
dnl scripts in MPICH2 ("mpicc" and friends) which cannot directly use libtool to
dnl handle linking. MPICH2's compiler wrappers attempt to link executables with
dnl scripts in MPICH ("mpicc" and friends) which cannot directly use libtool to
dnl handle linking. MPICH's compiler wrappers attempt to link executables with
dnl an rpath by default. The resulting variable assignment statements will be
dnl placed into "output-file", which is then suitable for AC_SUBST_FILE or
dnl sourcing in a shell script (including configure itself).
......
dnl PAC_RESET_ALL_FLAGS - Reset precious flags to those set by the user
AC_DEFUN([PAC_RESET_ALL_FLAGS],[
if test "$FROM_MPICH2" = "yes" ; then
if test "$FROM_MPICH" = "yes" ; then
CFLAGS="$USER_CFLAGS"
CPPFLAGS="$USER_CPPFLAGS"
CXXFLAGS="$USER_CXXFLAGS"
......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([PAC_RESET_ALL_FLAGS],[
dnl PAC_RESET_LINK_FLAGS - Reset precious link flags to those set by the user
AC_DEFUN([PAC_RESET_LINK_FLAGS],[
if test "$FROM_MPICH2" = "yes" ; then
if test "$FROM_MPICH" = "yes" ; then
LDFLAGS="$USER_LDFLAGS"
LIBS="$USER_LIBS"
fi
......@@ -51,8 +51,8 @@ AC_DEFUN([PAC_CONFIG_SUBDIR_ARGS],[
. $pac_abs_srcdir/$1/setup
fi
# Adapted for MPICH2 from the autoconf-2.67 implementation of
# AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS. Search for "MPICH2 note:" for relevant commentary and
# Adapted for MPICH from the autoconf-2.67 implementation of
# AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS. Search for "MPICH note:" for relevant commentary and
# local modifications.
# Remove --cache-file, --srcdir, and --disable-option-checking arguments
......@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([PAC_CONFIG_SUBDIR_ARGS],[
--disable-option-checking)
;;
*)
# MPICH2 note: this is a more robust version of the "precious
# MPICH note: this is a more robust version of the "precious
# variable" propagation code that was present in the previous
# incarnation of this macro
for pac_pvar in $ac_precious_vars ; do
......@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([PAC_CONFIG_SUBDIR_ARGS],[
# Always prepend --prefix to ensure using the same prefix
# in subdir configurations.
# MPICH2 note: see tt#983 for an example of why this is necessary
# MPICH note: see tt#983 for an example of why this is necessary
pac_arg="--prefix=$prefix"
case $pac_arg in
*\'*) pac_arg=`AS_ECHO(["$pac_arg"]) | sed "s/'/'\\\\\\\\''/g"` ;;
......@@ -140,12 +140,12 @@ AC_DEFUN([PAC_CONFIG_SUBDIR_ARGS],[
# parts of a large source tree are present.
test -d "$srcdir/$pac_dir" || continue
# MPICH2 note: modified to remove the internal "_AS_*" macro usage, also
# MPICH note: modified to remove the internal "_AS_*" macro usage, also
# msg is already printed at top
dnl _AS_ECHO_LOG([$pac_msg])
dnl _AS_ECHO([$pac_msg])
AS_MKDIR_P(["$pac_dir"])
# MPICH2 note: we leave this internal macro reference for now. We can clone
# MPICH note: we leave this internal macro reference for now. We can clone
# the macro locally if this turns out to be non-portable across several autoconf
# versions. It sets the following variables: ac_builddir,
# ac_top_builddir_sub, ac_top_build_prefix, ac_srcdir, ac_top_srcdir,
......@@ -169,7 +169,7 @@ dnl _AS_ECHO([$pac_msg])
# The recursion is here.
if test -n "$pac_sub_configure"; then
# MPICH2 note: overriding the cache file on purpose to prevent strange
# MPICH note: overriding the cache file on purpose to prevent strange
# issues resulting from inter-dir caching
dnl # Make the cache file name correct relative to the subdirectory.
dnl case $cache_file in
......@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ dnl esac
AC_MSG_NOTICE([running $SHELL $pac_sub_configure $pac_sub_configure_args --cache-file=$pac_sub_cache_file --srcdir=$ac_srcdir])
# The eval makes quoting arguments work.
# MPICH2 note: we want to execute the provided actions, not be silent
# MPICH note: we want to execute the provided actions, not be silent
# or error out if the subconfigure succeeded/failed
dnl eval "\$SHELL \"\$pac_sub_configure\" $pac_sub_configure_args \
dnl --cache-file=\"\$pac_sub_cache_file\" --srcdir=\"\$ac_srcdir\"" ||
......
......@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([AX_TLS], [
case $ax_tls_keyword in
none) ac_cv_tls=none ; break ;;
*)
# MPICH2 modification: This was an AC_TRY_COMPILE before, but
# MPICH modification: This was an AC_TRY_COMPILE before, but
# Darwin with non-standard compilers will accept __thread at
# compile time but fail to link due to an undefined
# "__emutls_get_address" symbol unless -lgcc_eh is added to the
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([AX_TLS], [
])
if test "$ac_cv_tls" != "none"; then
# MPICH2 modification: this was "TLS" before instead of
# MPICH modification: this was "TLS" before instead of
# "MPIU_TLS_SPECIFIER", but TLS had a reasonably high chance of conflicting
# with a system library.
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([MPIU_TLS_SPECIFIER], $ac_cv_tls, [If the compiler supports a TLS storage class define it to that here])
......
#! /bin/sh
#
################################################################################
# MPICH2 custom modifications:
# MPICH custom modifications:
#
# This is the latest git version of config.rpath from gnulib as of 2011-06-16.
# The only modifications can be found at the bottom of the script where all of
......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
# was the "official" upstream source of this script for a while, but it appears
# that gnulib is now where the most up-to-date version can be found.
#
# See PAC_COMPILER_SHLIB_FLAGS in confdb/aclocal_shl.m4 for MPICH2's use of this
# See PAC_COMPILER_SHLIB_FLAGS in confdb/aclocal_shl.m4 for MPICH's use of this
# script. [goodell@ 2011-06-16]
################################################################################
#
......@@ -680,7 +680,7 @@ escaped_hardcode_libdir_flag_spec=`echo "X$hardcode_libdir_flag_spec" | sed -e '
: ${PAC_CC_PREFIX=acl_cv_}
LC_ALL=C sed -e 's/^\([a-zA-Z0-9_]*\)=/'"$PAC_CC_PREFIX"'\1=/' <<EOF
# MPICH2 ADDITION
# MPICH ADDITION
# Shared library suffix, including any period (normally "so").
shrext="$shrext"
......
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This directory contains non-essential code that complements MPICH2 but
is not part of MPICH2 itself. Code in this directory may have a
different license and copyright than MPICH2 and should be explained in
This directory contains non-essential code that complements MPICH but
is not part of MPICH itself. Code in this directory may have a
different license and copyright than MPICH and should be explained in
each subdirectory.
......@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@ knem ("kernel nemesis")
-------------------------
This is a Linux kernel module that provides high-bandwidth message
transfers on Linux when using the nemesis communication subsystem. In
order to use MPICH2 with knem you must build and install knem according
configure MPICH2 with the following arguments:
order to use MPICH with knem you must build and install knem according
configure MPICH with the following arguments:
--enable-device=ch3:nemesis(:net_mod)
--with-nemesis-local-lmt=knem
......
......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
\usepackage{graphics}
\usepackage[dvipdfm]{hyperref}
%
% This is the new (September 2005) MPICH2 design document. The plan is
% This is the new (September 2005) MPICH design document. The plan is
% to make this available both as a PDF document and split on the web in
% an easy to read fashion. We can use latex2html to tohtml to provide a
% simple version of this, and that may be enough. However, to retain the
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@
\markright{MPICH Design Document}
\title{MPICH2 Design Document}
\title{MPICH Design Document}
\author{William D. Gropp and Rajeev Thakur}
\maketitle
......@@ -36,10 +36,10 @@
\pagenumbering{arabic}
\pagestyle{headings}
\part{MPICH2 organization for users}
\part{MPICH organization for users}
\chapter{Overview}
<<up here, explain that MPICH2 is a framework for MPI implementation with many possible choices, including specialized communication devices and interfaces to process managers, not ch3+mpd. Duplicate this discussion in the top-level entry for developers>>
<<up here, explain that MPICH is a framework for MPI implementation with many possible choices, including specialized communication devices and interfaces to process managers, not ch3+mpd. Duplicate this discussion in the top-level entry for developers>>
\chapter{Communication Devices}
......@@ -57,12 +57,12 @@
\section{Buglist archives}
\part{MPICH2 organization for developers and hackers}
\part{MPICH organization for developers and hackers}
<<each section (as appropriate) contains a rationale for the choices and a brief discussion of alternatives and why they were not chosen>>
\chapter{Goals of MPICH2}
\chapter{Goals of MPICH}
\section{Principles}
......@@ -218,14 +218,14 @@ special args used to allow singleton init.
Components still evolving (a placeholder for things that we want to do)
\chapter{Working with MPICH2 itself}
<<for people that edit MPICH2 rather than use the component interface>>
\chapter{Working with MPICH itself}
<<for people that edit MPICH rather than use the component interface>>
Coding standards
Keeping configure clean
Keeping MPICH modular
\section{Parameters within the MPICH2 code}
\section{Parameters within the MPICH code}
The purpose of this part is to enable the configure, compile, and
run-time control of parameters in the collective implementation.
......@@ -260,7 +260,7 @@ special args used to allow singleton init.
\item Environment variable on the process with rank 0 in MPI\_COMM\_WORLD.
\item Value is user-specified parameter file (e.g., ~/.mpichrc)
\item Value in site-specified parameter file (e.g.,
/usr/local/mpich2/.mpichrc)
/usr/local/mpich/.mpichrc)
\item Compile-time value set at configure time (e.g.,
--enable-collective-config=file)
\item Compile-time value set within the collective code (the
......@@ -458,7 +458,7 @@ automate the collection of registration information from the source code.
%% b) Environment variable on rank-0 communicator
%% c) Value is user-specified parameter file (e.g., ~/.mpichrc)
%% d) Value in site-specified parameter file (e.g.,
%% /usr/local/mpich2/.mpichrc)
%% /usr/local/mpich/.mpichrc)
%% e) Compile-time value set at configure time (e.g.,
%% --enable-collective-config=file)
%% f) Compile-time value set within the collective code (the
......
ALL: all-redirect
SHELL = @SHELL@
srcdir = @srcdir@
MPICH2_VERSION = @MPICH2_VERSION@
MPICH_VERSION = @MPICH_VERSION@
.SUFFIXES: .pdf .dvi .tex
# Set these to the location of the web and ftp locations for the documents
WEBDIR = /mcs/www/mpi/mpich2/docs
FTPDIR = /home/ftp/pub/mpi/mpich2
WEBDIR = /mcs/www/mpi/mpich/docs
FTPDIR = /home/ftp/pub/mpi/mpich
@VPATH@
......@@ -16,9 +16,9 @@ BIBTEX = BIBINPUTS=".:$(srcdir):" ; export BIBINPUTS ; bibtex
DVIPDFM = TEXINPUTS=".:$(srcdir):" ; export TEXINPUTS ; dvipdfm
LATEX2HTML = latex2html
# Update the %MPICH2_VERSION% with current version string.
# Update the %MPICH_VERSION% with current version string.
install.tex: install.tex.vin
sed -e "s/%MPICH2_VERSION%/${MPICH2_VERSION}/g" $? > $@
sed -e "s/%MPICH_VERSION%/${MPICH_VERSION}/g" $? > $@
install.dvi: install.tex
-$(LATEX) install.tex
......
......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
# discards the top boilerplate and lists just the features added by these
# packages. Use
# find . -name configure -exec `pwd`/maint/getusage \{\} \;
# to generate a list for all configures in mpich2
# to generate a list for all configures in mpich
# Removes the most common options (enable-echo, cache, and strict)
dir=$1
if [ -z "$dir" ] ; then dir=. ; fi
......
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......@@ -3,8 +3,8 @@
\parskip=.1in
\begin{document}
\markright{MPICH2 Logging}
\title{MPICH2 Logging\\
\markright{MPICH Logging}
\title{MPICH Logging\\
Version 0.1\\
DRAFT of \today\\
Mathematics and Computer Science Division\\
......@@ -24,14 +24,14 @@ Argonne National Laboratory}
\section{Introduction}
\label{sec:introduction}
This manual assumes that MPICH2 has already been installed. For
instructions on how to install MPICH2, see the MPICH2 Installer's Guide,
or the README in the top-level MPICH2 directory. This manual will
This manual assumes that MPICH has already been installed. For
instructions on how to install MPICH, see the MPICH Installer's Guide,
or the README in the top-level MPICH directory. This manual will
explain how the internal logging macros are generated and how the user
can generate log files viewable in Jumpshot.
\section{Configuring mpich2 to create log files}
\section{Configuring mpich to create log files}
\label{sec:configuring}
When users run configure they can specify logging options. There are three
......@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ configure options to control logging.
Add this option to enable timing. The two options for timing\_type are
\texttt{log} and \texttt{log\_detailed}. The \texttt{log} option will log
only the MPI functions. The
\texttt{log\_detailed} will log every function in mpich2. This option gives
\texttt{log\_detailed} will log every function in mpich. This option gives
fine grained logging information and also creates large log files. It must
be used in conjunction with a timer-type that can log very short intervals
on the order of 100's of nanoseconds.
......@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ should only be used if you're sure you know what you're doing.
Here is an example:
\begin{verbatim}
mpich2/configure
mpich/configure
--enable-timing=log
--with-logging=rlog
--enable-timer-type=gettimeofday
......@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ log2.irlog
For performance reasons each process produces a local intermediate log file
that needs to be merged into a single rlog file. Use the rlog tools to merge
the \texttt{.irlog} files into an \texttt{.rlog} file. The rlog tools are
found in \texttt{mpich2\_build/src/util/logging/rlog}. Currently they are not
found in \texttt{mpich\_build/src/util/logging/rlog}. Currently they are not
copied to the install directory.
\begin{description}
......@@ -151,7 +151,7 @@ This is how the \texttt{maint/genstates} script works:
perl and then runs \texttt{genstates}.
\item \texttt{genstates} finds all \texttt{.i}, \texttt{.h} and \texttt{.c} files
in the mpich2 directory tree, searches for \texttt{\_STATE\_DECL} in each
in the mpich directory tree, searches for \texttt{\_STATE\_DECL} in each
file and builds a list of all the MPID\_STATEs. It validates that the states
start in a \texttt{\_STATE\_DECL} statement, followed by a \texttt{FUNC\_ENTER}
statement, and then at least one \texttt{FUNC\_EXIT} statement. Errors are printed
......@@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ out if the code does not follow this format except for macros. State declaratio
in macros are assumed to be correct.
\item \texttt{genstates} finds all the \texttt{describe\_states.txt}
files anywhere in the mpich2 tree. \texttt{describe\_states.txt} files are
files anywhere in the mpich tree. \texttt{describe\_states.txt} files are
optional and are used to set the output name of the state and its associated
color.
......@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ If you don't specify a state in a \texttt{describe\_states.txt} file then
the state user name will be automatically created by stripping off the
\texttt{MPID\_STATE\_} prefix and the color will be assigned a random value.
\item \texttt{genstates} ouputs \texttt{mpich2/src/include/mpiallstates.h}
\item \texttt{genstates} ouputs \texttt{mpich/src/include/mpiallstates.h}
with this \texttt{enum} in it:
\begin{verbatim}
enum MPID_TIMER_STATE
......@@ -186,7 +186,7 @@ enum MPID_TIMER_STATE
\end{verbatim}
\item \texttt{genstates} outputs
\texttt{mpich2/src/util/logging/describe\_states.c} with the
\texttt{mpich/src/util/logging/describe\_states.c} with the
\texttt{MPIR\_Describe\_timer\_states()} function in it. Currently, only
the rlog version of \texttt{MPIR\_Describe\_timer\_states()} is generated.
......
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