Hello! I appreciate your help. I received a library of my algorithm's. But I
don't know how to use it.
2008/12/6 Jeff Squyres <jsquyres_at_[hidden]>
> On Dec 6, 2008, at 10:32 AM, íÁËÓÉÍ þÕÓÏ×ÌÑÎÏ× wrote:
> Hello. Thanks for your response. I'm create a my module and component
>> into the coll. But when I execute autogen.sh, it's return ../../libtool:
>> line 847: X--tag=CC: command not found
>> ../../libtool: line 880: libtool: ignoring unknown tag : command not found
>> ../../libtool: line 847: X--mode=compile: command not found
>> I have a libtool v 1.5.26. Can you get me a some guide about create
> You might want to upgrade your Libtool; Libtool 2.x has been stable for
> quite some time now. See the HACKING file in the top-level Open MPI
> directory for how to upgrade your GNU Auto/Libtools.
> If upgrading your Auto tools doesn't work, let's move this conversation to
> the devel list and send all relevant information (e.g., your configure.m4,
> autogen.sh output, etc.), and we'll diagnose from there.
> Good example configure.m4 files can be found throughout the OMPI code base;
> do a "find . -name configure.m4" from the top-level dir and you'll see all
> of them. A relatively simple one to template from is
> ompi/mca/btl/tcp/configure.m4 (it only has one test in it, but you can see
> that you're required to define an M4 macro named
> MCA_coll_<your_component_name>_CONFIG). Just make sure to
> s/btl_tcp/coll_<your component name>/ in your configure.m4. Keep in mind
> that per my first mail, you may not need a configure.m4 -- you only need
> configure.m4 if you need configure to figure out if your component can build
> (e.g., if you need some specific libraries or header files that aren't
> generally universally installed on POSIX-like operating systems, such as
> support for specific network libraries/hardware like MX, OpenFabrics, etc.).
> Jeff Squyres
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