Rerun the autogen.sh script and the new BTL will get auto-magically
included in the build. You don't have to modify anything, just run
Once you get it compiled, you can specify --mca btl <whatever>,self
on your mpirun command line to get access at runtime to your BTL.
On Jun 21, 2007, at 3:36 PM, pcascon_at_[hidden] wrote:
> Hello all,
> I just arrived to open-mpi. I'm trying to create a new btl. The
> goal is
> to use open-mpi with a library that sends/receives packets with a
> network processor (IXP) based board. Since it's an ethernet board I
> thought the best way to start it's to reproduce the TCP btl. So I made
> a copy of the directory ompi/mca/btl/tcp/ just to have something to
> start. But then, I don't know how to include this "new" btl into the
> build system (./configure ; make all install). My knowledge about the
> GNU autotools it's not good enough I guess. I believe first step it's
> to modify the configure script through 'autoconf' but not sure how to
> do this. I've been searching for information about that on this
> maillist with no luck. What will be the steps to create a basic btl?
> What's the best way to integrate the code onto the whole open-mpi?
> Thanks a lot for reading :)
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