[RFC] Platforms

Damian Maguire <DMaguire@...>

Morning folks, 

It's stats gathering time for OpenMAMA ;-)

Myself and Frank are currently doing some work on our CI environment and wanted to get a bit of feedback regarding the platforms people are working with, either for development or production (or indeed, environments they expect to be working with in the not too distant future). If you have a bit of time, I'd really appreciate it if you could let me know a few details (off list is fine if you're more comfortable with that):
  • Operating Systems used 
  • Development environments (IDEs, compilers etc)
  • Python versions.
  • Other pertinent library versions
Note: I'd particularly like to hear about Windows users, since that's slightly more of an unknown for me.

Just to get the ball rolling, the following are the environments I'm typically working with:

Operating Systems (All 64bit):
  • Fedora 17
  • Centos 6.4
  • Red Hat 6
  • Windows 7
Development Environments:
  • Vim (with various plugins – NERDTree, YouCompleteMe, Syntastic etc)
  • Eclipse (Kepler) - With CDT
  • GCC 4.4 (Centos), GCC 4.7 (Fedora), Clang 3.3 (Fedora and Centos)
  • Visual Studio 2010 
Python Versions:
  • 2.7.5 (Fedora & Centos), 2.6.6 (Centos)
  • 2.6 (Windows)
Other Libraries:
  • Boost 1.54, 1.48 (Windows)



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