Yes, I can, and I did use gfortran, and that fixed the problem. No need to edit mpif-config.h. Moreover the program of interest compiled quite happily. Thank you very much indeed. Did not realize that g95 was an outdated package. I can only think that I once had a problem with gfortran and tried g95 as a work-around.
On Mar 5, 2012, at 3:09 PM, Jeffrey Squyres wrote:
> Can you use gfortran instead? I don't think we've tested with g95 in years (if ever).
> Yes, you can manually edit mpif-config.h, if you need to. I'm guessing that OMPI's configure script got the wrong answer from g95, and therefore put in a 0 for those values. I don't know if we want to support that ancient compiler; so upgrading to a new compiler or manually editing mpif-config.h might be your best bet. (but if you manually edit, I hope there's no other as-yet-undiscovered dragons awaiting you around the corner...)
> On Mar 3, 2012, at 1:56 PM, Anthony Rollett wrote:
>> Greetings - I am able to configure and install 1.4.5 with fortran support. However, when I try to use MPI_ADDRESS_KIND and MPI_OFFSET_KIND, I find that mpif-config.h has these parameters set to 0 (and I get compiler errors). Is there a way to configure and have these be non-zero? Is it safe to manually edit mpif-config.h?! Obviously I can supply more details, but even a hint a two will probably allow me to solve this one.
>> Thanks, Tony Rollett.
>> PS: I used ./configure --prefix=/Users/Shared/openmpi-1.4.5 CC=gcc F77=g95
>> F90=g95 CFLAGS=-m64 CXXFLAGS=-m64 FFLAGS=-m64 FCFLAGS=-m64
>> LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include
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