Without the 1.4.2 fix in configure to correctly parse the PGI version
no. (the same fix you have in 1.5rc5), I'm pretty sure the make of
1.4.2 fails for PGI 10.x. Also, I think the inline assembly of atomic
instructions might not be correct for the C++ version of the library
without the other fix in configure to hard-code disabling that feature
I don't know anything about Libtool, like where it comes from, which
pieces of OpenMPI come from Libtool, and, probably more significant,
how those pieces might have been modified when they were incorporated
into OpenMPI. The fixes to configure and libtool.m4 that I sent seem
to already be well known. (They were passed on to me when I fixed
them while installing netCDF.) I'm happy to report bugs and fixes to
the developers of the code I use. I really have to leave it up to
them to decide whether to pass them on to their upstream providers.
US Geological Survey
On Aug 20, 2010, at 8:24 AM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
> On Aug 17, 2010, at 9:50 PM, Ralf Wildenhues wrote:
>>> I patched OpenMPI 1.4.2 to fix some problems/warnings when using the
>>> PGI compilers.
>> FWIW, if there are fixes suitable for upstream Libtool in your
>> we would be glad if you could send them as bug reports or even
>> 'diff -u'
>> patches to the bug-libtool at gnu.org list. Line numbers don't help
>> because they change too quickly, and issues might have been fixed
>> in the
>> git version of Libtool already.
> Yes, that would be great -- would you mind submitting these upstream
> to Libtool? We try to do that when I fix something so that it's
> there for us without patching in future releases.
> Thanks for the v1.4 fixes! But given that you also submitted them
> for v1.5, since none of them are drastic correctness issues, we
> might well opt to only fix them in the v1.5 series.
> Jeff Squyres
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