Thank you for mentioning this possibility (yes, I'm aware of available
cmake packages). However...
Can we simply conclude that there is no such documentation without
further questioning the question itsself?
On Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 01:02:58PM -0500, Jed Brown wrote:
> manday_at_[hidden] writes:
> > I've frankly got no idea what you're talking about or whom you're
> > adressing for that matter. There is no student with any assignment and
> > neither are there any m4 files anywhere in the openmpi installation (at
> > least on Gentoo).
> > I'm simply a software developer trying to "properly" compile my OpenMPI
> > software like I would compile any other program (that is, without
> > auxilliary software). In more practical regard, I'd prefer that the
> > compilation of this program integrate well with CMake and the normal
> > compile process, in which additional tools such as mpicc are uncalled
> > for.
> As a CMake user, surely you are familiar with FindMPI.cmake, which uses
> mpicc -showme (an variants) to figure out how to compile and link.
> It's also common that people just expect CMAKE_C_COMPILER=/path/to/mpicc.