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First of all, check that your question is not already in our FAQ.
Then, you can submit a support ticket at the inria helpdesk portal (inria account is mandatory). On this portal, select "IT support request", then "ask for a fix" or "service request", and then select "services for research", then "inriaforge". You can also submit a support ticket by mail at address sed-forge.helpdesk-prc at inria.fr (this is the way to go if you don't have an inria account).
The old support email address help.et.gforge at inria.fr is an alias to sed-forge.helpdesk-prc at inria.fr.
When submitting your request, don't forget to provide accurate details of what's going wrong. Read, for example, How to Report Bugs Effectively.
Finally, you can also have a look at our bug tracker.

Presentation

InriaForge is a service offered to facilitate the scientific collaborations of people working at Inria (for more info, see the principles document). It offers easy access to the best in Git (as well as Subversion), mailing lists, bug tracking, message boards/forums, task management, site hosting, permanent file archival, full backups, and total web-based administration.

Participation in InriaForge

First timers should read "A gentle introduction to InriaForge" (aka InriaForge for dummies) to have ready info on the following:

  1. Private and Public projects
  2. Creating an account
  3. Creating a project
  4. Joining a project
  5. Configuring your ssh access
  6. Creating a code repository
  7. Configuring Eclipse to work with the forge
For those wanting more details there is a tutorial and before submitting a problem you might consider looking in the FAQ.

Site maintenance

Site updates happen on Tuesday mornings, around 9am. Service may be interrupted a few minutes on these occasions. Moreover, the webserver is restarted every night.

Latest News

Polyphemus 1.10 is out

Youngseob KIM - 1 week ago - Polyphemus

We are pleased to announce the release of Polyphemus 1.10.

SimGrid v3.19 released

Martin Quinson - 2018-03-22 09:10 - SimGrid

The Moscovitly-cold Spring release.

Scotch 6.0.5 is out !

Francois PELLEGRINI - 2018-02-15 07:22 - Scotch

It provides bugfixes as well as new features, such as the ability to map onto potentially disconnected pieces of a given target architecture (e.g., a set of nodes of a large parallel computer, assigned by a batch scheduler).

GNU MPFR 4.0.1 is released

Vincent Lefèvre - 2018-02-08 21:02 - MPFR

GNU MPFR 4.0.1 ("dinde aux marrons", patch level 1), a C library for multiple-precision floating-point computations with correct rounding, is now available for download from the MPFR web site:

IMPORTANT : Code migration

Rachid Benshila - 2018-01-30 08:01 - CROCO

CROCO has been move there:

SimGrid v3.18 released

  2018-01-08 07:13

execo release 2.6.3

  2017-12-13 16:32

Flocq 2.6.0 released

  2017-09-11 06:15

GNU MPFR 3.1.6 is released

  2017-09-11 06:15

git-annex available on the forge

  2017-07-04 13:39

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