I'm not sure if I got it correct. The libraries provided in the installers are MPI libraries with Fortran bindings, but they are not the Fortran libraries.

If you want to compile Open MPI, you need to install a Fortran compiler, for example, Intel Fortran Compiler. And in the CMake GUI, you'll be able to enable building MPI Fortran bindings.


On 2/3/2011 11:53 AM, Page, Andy (UK) wrote:
Dear Users,
I am looking to compile on windows against openmpi in particular the Fortran libraries,
I looked at the MS Release notes for 1.5.1 and it gave the impression Fortran libraries were included but after installing i dont see them !!
Can you advise what i am doing wrong.
Can i download just the Fortran side of openmpi and compile it up ( using hopefully a vsiual studio project file) ?
Or should a download the full release and try compiling it up ?
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