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On May 15, 2014, at 2:34 PM, Fabricio Cannini <fcannini_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Em 15-05-2014 07:29, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) escreveu:
>> I think Ralph's email summed it up pretty well -- we unfortunately have (at least) two distinct groups of people who install OMPI:
>> a) those who know exactly what they want and don't want anything else
>> b) those who don't know exactly what they want and prefer to have everything installed, and have OMPI auto-select at run time exactly what to use based on the system on which it's running
>> We've traditionally catered to the b) crowd, and made some not-very-easy-to-use capabilities for the a) crowd (i.e., you can manually disable each plugin you don't want to build via configure, but the syntax is fairly laborious).
>> Ralph and I talked about the possibility of something analogous to "make menuconfig" for Linux kernels, where you get a menu-like system (UI TBD) to pick exactly what options you want/don't want. That will output a text config file that can be fed to configure, something along the lines of
>> ./configure --only-build-exactly-this-stuff=file-output-from-menuconfig
>> This idea is *very* rough; I anticipate that it will change quite a bit over time, and it'll take us a bit of time to design and implement it.
> Please allow me to chip in my $0.02 and suggest to not reinvent the wheel, but instead consider to migrate the build system to cmake :
LOL - that would require a massive rewrite that I don't think any of us are wiling to undertake! Besides, we looked at cmake before, and the negatives outweighed the benefits from our perspective at that time - not sure we'd change that opinion today.
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