I tried the 1.5a1r23092 snapshot and I used CMAKE 2.6.4 and 2.8.1. In
the CMake GUI, I checked the OMPI_WANT_F77_BINDINGS option, and added a
FilePath for CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER of C:/Program Files
(x86)/Intel/Compiler/11.1/065/bin/ia32/ifort.exe. When I re-run the
Configure, CMake wipes the CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER variable and complains
about a missing Fortran compiler. Any suggestions?
On 07/05/2010 3:09 AM, Shiqing Fan wrote:
> Hi Damien,
> Currently only Fortran 77 bindings are supported in Open MPI on
> Windows. You could set the Intel Fortran compiler with
> CMAKE_Fortran_COMPILER variable in CMake (the full path to ifort.exe),
> and enable OMPI_WANT_F77_BINDINGS option for Open MPI, then everything
> should be compiled. I recommend to use Open MPI trunk or 1.5 branch
> I have successfully compiled/ran NPB benchmark with f77 bindings on
> Windows. If you want to compile f90 programs, this should also be
> possible, but it needs a little modification in the config file.
> Please let me know if I can help.
> On 2010-5-7 5:52 AM, Damien wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Can anyone tell me what the plans are for Fortran 90 support on
>> Windows, with say the Intel compilers? I need to get MUMPS built and
>> running using Open-MPI, with Visual Studio and Intel 11.1. I know
>> Fortran isn't part of the regular CMake build for Windows. If
>> someone's working on this I'm happy to test or help out.
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