CCL: The final PC GAMESS v. 7.1 release announcement

 Sent to CCL by: "Alex A. Granovsky" [gran(_)]
 Dear GAMESS users,
 I am proud to inform you that the final, official version of the PC GAMESS
 v. 7.1 was released today and is available from the PC GAMESS download site at
 The PC GAMESS page at MSU was updated as well:
 Our big thanks to all testers of the intermediate PC GAMESS releases!
 As compared with the previous public release v. 7.0.1,
 PC GAMESS v. 7.1 includes the following enhancements and new features:
    newly developed very efficient serial and parallel MP2 gradient program,
    state-specific gradients for state-averaged MCSCF,
    much faster multithreaded MCQDPT code for large-scale jobs,
    faster, more robust PCM code with parallel mode support,
    improved Linux compatibility, NPTL-based dynamically linked binaries,
    initial optimization for Intel Penryn/Harpertown and AMD Barcelona
 and many other improvements and performance enhancements.
 We are strongly encouraging all PC GAMESS users to upgrade to the most recent
 Beta testers, please upgrade as well, as there are several known bugs in the
 intermediate releases.
 Best regards,
 Alex Granovsky
 Dr. Alex A. Granovsky
 The PC GAMESS project,
 Laboratory of Chemical Cybernetics,
 Moscow State University