BOOST

Description

The Boost C++ Libraries are a collection of peer-reviewed, open source libraries that extend the functionality of C++. Most of the libraries are licensed under the Boost Software License, designed to allow Boost to be used with both open and closed source projects. Many of Boost's founders are on the C++ standard committee and several Boost libraries have been accepted for incorporation into the Technical Report 1 of C++0x.

The libraries are aimed at a wide range of C++ users and application domains. They range from general-purpose libraries like SmartPtr, to OS Abstractions like FileSystem, to libraries primarily aimed at other library developers and advanced C++ users, like MPL.

In order to ensure efficiency and flexibility, Boost makes extensive use of templates. Boost has been a source of extensive work and research into generic programming and metaprogramming in C++.

Installations

MinoTauro:
Versions:
1.67.0
1.63.0
1.57
1.52.0
1.48.0_py_3.2.3
1.48.0
1.44.0
1.43.0

MareNostrum 4:
Versions:
1.80.0
1.79.0
1.75.0
1.71.0
1.69.0_py3
1.69.0
1.68.0_py3conda
1.68.0_cxx14
1.68.0
1.66.0_py3
1.64.0_py3
1.64.0_py2conda
1.64.0_py2
1.64.0
1.59.0

StarLife:
Versions:
1.74.0
1.72.0
1.69.0-system-gcc
1.69.0
1.67.0

Nord3:
Versions:
1_53_0
1_52_0_py_3.3.0
1_52_0_py_2.7.3
1_52_0
1_48_0_py_3.2.3
1.78.0
1.74.0
1.71.0
1.68.0
1.64.0
1.63.0_py3
1.63.0
1.59.0_py.2.7.3
1.59.0
1.56.0
1.52.0

CTE-AMD:
Versions:
1.76.0
1.64.0_py2

CTE-POWER:
Versions:
1.77.0
1.69.0_py2
1.69.0
1.68.0
1.67.0
1.66.0_py3
1.66.0