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Re: fortran open mpi - getting mpif77 and mpif90 to work
This is what I get on a fresh, default install of cygwin:
The Open MPI wrapper compiler was unable to find the specific compiler
ifort.exe in your PATH.
Note that this compiler was either specified at configure time or in
one of several possible environment variables.
So for some reason writing mpif77 on the command line does not result on
a "bash: command not found" error. For some reason the command is
even though it doesn't work out of the box.
I installed cyg-apt in the vain hope that it would be able to download open
or mpich2, but no such luck.
Tim Prince-4 wrote:
> On 12/13/2011 8:41 AM, Stitchz wrote:
>> Is it possible to have a mpif90 command (mpi fortran 90 compiler) working
>> under cygwin? I've tried to download several packages (open mpi, mpich2,
>> ...) but the configure scripts always fail.
> OpenMPI list indicated recently that cygwin support is a work in
> progress. I recall it depending on mingw cross compilation, but I may be
> wrong. mpich2 is pre-packaged, and works in a Visual Studio framework,
> as does current OpenMPI.
>> Since a fresh install of cygwin includes the mpif77 command (even though
>> just points to a missing ifort.exe in the path), should mean that it
>> be able to work...
> This doesn't make sense, nor to I see any evidence of it. When ifort is
> supported, it's by an mpiifort wrapper, so as to avoid confusion with
> gfortran. This would be a cross compilation, not using cygwin
> facilities, and would not be supported specifically by anyone, as far as
> I know.
> Tim Prince
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