Ok. I think most were fixed after you reported them last year, but a few new MPI-3 functions were added after that, and they accidentally had "ierr" instead of "ierror".
On Jun 3, 2014, at 11:47 AM, W Spector <w6ws_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Jeff Squyres wrote:
> > Did you find any other places where we accidentally had ierr instead of ierror?
> I will have to check the trunk and see.
> The only place I know of where the Standard wants IERR instead of IERROR is with the user-defined subroutines for MPI_KEYVAL_CREATE - which is deprecated. And that is only important if you create a proper interface spec for the COPY_FN and DELETE_FN arguments - rather than simply declaring them EXTERNAL.
> The user-defined subroutines for the newer MPI_COMM_KEYVAL_CREATE call use IERROR.
> I had found some other keyword issues last year besides IERROR. I only reported the IERROR arguments because they were so pervasive across almost every interface definition. Again, I will need to recheck the trunk.
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