I have seen strange things about fortran compilers and the suffix of
is a fortran 90 thing, not 77, many compilers want fortran 90 codes
to end in .f90 or .F90
Try renaming carfoo.f to cartfoo.f90 and try again.
I have attached a helloworld.f90 that uses use mpi that works on our
Center for Advanced Computing
On Jul 30, 2008, at 4:15 PM, Scott Beardsley wrote:
> Brock Palen wrote:
>> On all MPI's I have always used there was only MPI
>> use mpi;
> Please excuse my admittedly gross ignorance of all things Fortran
> but why does "include 'mpif.h'" work but "use mpi" does not? When I
> try the "use mpi" method I get errors like:
> $ mpif90 -c cart.f
> call mpi_cart_get( igcomm,2,ivdimx,lvperx, mygrid, ierr)
> pathf95-389 pathf90: ERROR CART, File = cart.f, Line = 34, Column = 12
> No specific match can be found for the generic subprogram call
> $ mpif90 -c cartfoo.f
> $ diff cart.f cartfoo.f
> < C include 'mpif.h'
> < use mpi;
> > include 'mpif.h'
> > C use mpi;
> From the googling I've done it seems like "use mpi" is preferred
> . I've made sure that my $LD_LIBRARY_PATH has the directory that
> MPI.mod is in.
>  http://www.mpi-forum.org/docs/mpi-20-html/node243.htm
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