On Jul 22, 2009, at 3:17 AM, Alexey Sokolov wrote:
> from /home/user/NetBeansProjects/Correlation_orig/
> request_inln.h:347: warning: declaration struct
> MPI::Grequest_intercept_t does not declare anything
That's fairly odd, but if your program is not using the C++ bindings
for MPI generalized requests, it won't matter.
But as Jody noted, updating to Open MPI v1.3.3 is a better bet,
anyway. Distro-default packages are great and convenient, but Open
MPI releases at a faster pace than distros. It's annoying, but
sometimes necessary to upgrade (especially if you're starting new and
have no legacy reasons to stick with older software).
FWIW: we slightly changed the routine that was issuing the warning to
you in 1.3.3.
Also, be aware that the MPI Forum is likely to deprecate the C++
bindings in MPI-2.2. They won't go away in MPI-2.2, but they may well
go away in MPI-3. Open MPI (and others) will likely still include C++
binding functionality for a long time (to keep legacy codes still
running), but they will become relegated to a minor subsystem.