Commit 0580c302 authored by Philip Carns's avatar Philip Carns

break long lines at 80 columns

- Just for text reading/printing convenience since these are
  documentation files.  Most was 80 column already except for a parts of
  the top level readme.
parent 524304f4
......@@ -36,10 +36,9 @@ is `ofi+tcp`, using the `fabrics=tcp,rxm` variant in libfabric.
Job management
--------------
JLSE uses the Cobalt workload manager.
The provided `job.qsub` script is an example
of job file. Please modify the header (lines starting with `#COBALT`)
to set relevant parameters.
JLSE uses the Cobalt workload manager. The provided `job.qsub` script is an
example of job file. Please modify the header (lines starting with
`#COBALT`) to set relevant parameters.
Once modified, the job script may be submitted as follows.
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......@@ -11,15 +11,18 @@ Using spack.yaml files
----------------------
Each platform subdirectory in this repository provides a `spack.yaml` file.
A `spack.yaml` file fully describes a Spack environment, including system-provided
packages and compilers. It does so independently of any `compilers.yaml` or `packages.yaml`
files installed in `~/.spack`, thereby preventing interference with user-specific spack configurations as much as possible.
A `spack.yaml` file fully describes a Spack environment, including
system-provided packages and compilers. It does so independently of any
`compilers.yaml` or `packages.yaml` files installed in `~/.spack`, thereby
preventing interference with user-specific spack configurations as much as
possible.
You may use `spack.yaml` files to create a
[Spack environment](https://spack.readthedocs.io/en/latest/environments.html) in
which Mochi packages will be installed.
[Spack environment](https://spack.readthedocs.io/en/latest/environments.html)
in which Mochi packages will be installed.
If you don't have Spack installed on your platform, clone it and set it up as follows.
If you don't have Spack installed on your platform, clone it and set it up
as follows.
```
$ git clone https://github.com/spack/spack.git
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