Do you need these flags when you run pgf90 or mpif90?
If you need it with mpif90, then using --with-wrapper-ldflags=<foo> should add <foo> to mpif90 every time you link something. If you need something added to mpif90 every time you compile or line, then use --with-wrapper-fcflags=<foo>.
If neither of those work, then it's a bug and please send us the info listed here:
FWIW, all that --with-wrapper-*flags=<foo> does is influence the contents of $prefix/share/openmpi/<name>-wrapper-data.txt file, where <name> is mpif90, mpicc, ...etc.
You can edit those files directly; the --with-wrapper-*flags options are meant to be an easier way to access what goes in there.
On Jan 30, 2012, at 6:41 PM, Reuti wrote:
> Am 31.01.2012 um 00:24 schrieb Cable, Sam B Civ USAF AFMC AFRL/RVBXI:
>> I need to build OpenMPI with Portland Group Fortran. I need to add a flag to the pgf90 linker command that is run when mpif90 is invoked. I have tried configuring with LDFLAGS and with-wrapper-ldflags, but nothing works. I am thinking that surely there is a way to get non-default flags put into the pgf90 command, but I am out of options, as far as I can tell. Anyone know how to do this? Thanks.
> Do you need it all the time? There is a preferences file which will always be applied called ~/.mypgirc, I suggest to ask in the pgroup forum for the detailed syntax for your case (I think it's still undocumented and only mentioned in the user's guide briefly on page 14/15). In my case the syntax they suggested was:
> set POSTOPTIONS=$ifn(-tp,-tp=k8-64);
> to always compile for a common AMD64 platform, independent where the compiler runs on and w/o command line options; maybe you can adjust it for your case along the brief description in the user's guide.
> -- Reuti
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