On 1/28/13 10:50 AM, "David Beer" <dbeer_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> By way of introduction, I'm a TORQUE developer and I probably should've joined
> this list - even if only to keep myself informed - years ago.
> At any rate, we're in the process of changing TORQUE so that it compiles using
> g++ instead of gcc. We're starting to use some C++ constructs to make our
> lives easier. In doing this, we've noticed that OpenMPI doesn't like TORQUE's
> libraries when built by gcc, it fails at the configure time claiming in can't
> find tm_init() in libtorque.so. I've been trying to track down exactly why,
> and where I am now is making me think that something in the configure script
> is assuming that TORQUE's libraries are compiled by gcc. Is there someone who
> could advise me on how to resolve this issue?
We assume that we can link lib torque into a C application (if this is a
problem for you, it's a huge deal breaker for us, since OMPI is a C
library). What does config.log say when checking for tm_init?
Brian W. Barrett
Scalable System Software Group
Sandia National Laboratories
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