Interpret version information in the following ways:
*Compilers: Versions are given as a range, from the earliest supported version to the latest supported version, which is usually the current version. All versions within the range are supported.
Version information first lists compilers that support both C/C++ and Fortran, followed by compilers specific to one language or the other.
*Operating Systems: Specific supported versions are listed. If a whole number is given, all minor versions of that whole number are supported.
*MPI Products: No versions are given. The rule is: if a product version can be compiled with a supported compiler, that product version is supported.