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RE: X11 library package
- From: Sonya Blade <sonyablade2010 at hotmail dot com>
- To: "cygwin at cygwin dot com" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2013 15:14:40 +0100
- Subject: RE: X11 library package
- References: <DUB119-W221DA61519881A4FF5031AC8DF0 at phx dot gbl>,<515AC496 dot 70108 at cs dot umass dot edu>,<DUB119-W482DEF3326B254853A0A6BC8DF0 at phx dot gbl>
>Sonya Blade writes:
> What do you think about the MPI complaints that the compiler produces?
> Is it also related to the incomplete cygwin installation or something else ?
>You are trying to compile with TLS, which doesn't work with gcc-4.5.3 â
>you need to configure to not use TLS (or use a later version of gcc,
>which isn't released for Cygwin yet).
This TLS stands for the Transport Layer Security right? As a result, it seems that
I need to compile the Petsc without parallel support.
This may sound a bit silly, but how about If I just simply copy the supported compilers
obtained from recent MinGW directly to corresponding cygwin folder.
And how about those erros, the only corresponding library to those in cygwin/lib/ folder
is "libX11.dll.a" but it doesn't look like a valid library or am I wrong here ?
ndefined reference to `_XMatchVisualInfo'
/cygdrive/c/Users/...../petsc-3.3-p6/src/sys/draw/impls/x/xcolor.c:272: undefined reference to `_XMatchVisualInfo'
/cygdrive/c/Users/...../petsc-3.3-p6/src/sys/draw/impls/x/xcolor.c:274: undefined reference to `_XMatchVisualInfo'
C:/Users/...../petsc-3.3-p6/...../libpetsc.a(xcolor.c.o): In function `PetscDrawXiSetColormap':
/cygdrive/c/Users/...../petsc-3.3-p6/src/sys/draw/impls/x/xcolor.c:301: undefined reference to `_XSetWindowColormap'
C:/Users/...../petsc-3.3-p6/...../libpetsc.a(xcolor.c.o): In function `PetscDrawXiFindColor':
/cygdrive/c/Users/...../petsc-3.3-p6/src/sys/draw/impls/x/xcolor.c:327: undefined reference to `_XParseColor'
/cygdrive/c/Users/...../petsc-3.3-p6/src/sys/draw/impls/x/xcolor.c:329: undefined reference to `_XAllocColor'