Fixed in the trunk, and change move request filed for the v1.2 branch.
On Apr 25, 2007, at 8:30 PM, Bruce Foster wrote:
> The README instructions for PGI compilation have a typo:
> Current context:
> - The Portland Group compilers require the "-Msignextend" compiler
> flag to extend the sign bit when converting from a shorter to
> integer. This is is different than other compilers (such as GNU).
> When compiling Open MPI with the Portland compiler suite, the
> following flags should be passed to Open MPI's configure script:
> shell$ ./configure CFLAGS=-Msignextend CXXFLAGS=-signextent \
> --with-wrapper-cflags=-Msignextend \
> --with-wrapper-cxxflags=-Msignextend ...
> This will both compile Open MPI with the proper compile flags and
> also automatically add "-Msignextend" when the C and C++ MPI
> compilers are used to compile user MPI applications.
> Should be:
> shell$ ./configure CFLAGS=-Msignextend CXXFLAGS=-Msignextend \
> That fixes the CXXFLAGS definition.
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