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The HDF 4.2.15 release is now available from the HDF 4.2.15 download page on the HDF Support Portal. For information on HDF, see the HDF4 page. While this is a minor release there are several important changes to be aware of: Many improvements were made to the CMake configuration, including: The configuration variables between systems were synchronized and HDF4 can now build on 64-bit platforms. The system library that provided XDR functions on Mac does not function properly in 64-bit. To resolve this issue the XDR library provided with HDF was ported to 64-bit (which it did not previously support), and newer 64-bit Macs (10.13 and above) must be built using HDF’s XDR version. This can be done by specifying the...

On February 6, 2020, the members of the ECP ExaIO project, Elena Pourmal and Scot Breitenfeld (The HDF Group), Quincey Koziol (NERSC), and Suren Byna (LBNL), presented HDF5 Tutorial at the ECP Annual Meeting. We've posted the slide deck and Q&A for your convenience....

The HDF Group is ready to announce a new major release, HDF5 1.12.0. This will be the first release that allows our users to access HDF5 data stored on non-POSIX storage, such as Cloud or Object Store. The release will also include performance enhancements to the parallel and sequential HDF5 libraries.Learn more about these new features in this upcoming webinar....