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From: George Bosilca (bosilca_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-11-23 15:12:27

The problem seems to be fixed now.


On Nov 23, 2005, at 2:39 PM, Brian Barrett wrote:

> Fixed in SVN. Sorry about that...
> On Nov 23, 2005, at 2:15 AM, George Bosilca wrote:
>> As I continue to have the same problem with the missing ltdl.h
>> header I
>> reported few days ago, I spend some time today to dig a little bit
>> inside
>> to find out what and how happens. Finally, I figure out the
>> problem. It
>> happens only after the last set of changes on the and
>> only on
>> systems where there is not a ltdl.h installed on a default location.
>> Otherwise ... on systems where the ltdl.h is installed ... the
>> ugliest
>> things may happens. We can use our ltdl.h in some directories (like
>> the
>> opal base) and the system one in others (because a missing -I). How ?
>> Simply because most of the base components require the
>> opal/mca/mca_base_component_repository.h include. In this file at
>> line 27
>> there is a include "ltdl.h" supposely protected by the
>> This define is always true as it come from the ompi_config.h so the
>> ltdl.h
>> is always required. Now on system where this file does not exist on
>> some
>> system include directories we are supposed to get the one we have ...
>> except that the -I for our include is not added in all the base
>> directories after the last set of changes to the
>> Now your turn to have fun ... and to bring back a consistent
>> behaviour :)
>> Thanks,
>> george.
>> "We must accept finite disappointment, but we must never lose
>> infinite
>> hope."
>> Martin Luther King
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