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#50 worksforme ThirdParty/Mumps configure requires to have Mumps source code andreasw stefan
Description

Hi,

my project has an external to ThirdParty/Mumps, so people who want to build Ipopt with Mumps can do it using the ThirdParty way. However, on some machines I want to build my own MUMPS library and provide it with the --with-mumps-dir flag. In this case, the configure-script in ThirdParty/Mumps is failing with the error

configure: error: cannot find sources (MUMPS/src/dmumps_part1.F) in ../../../GAMSlinks-trunk/ThirdParty/Mumps
configure: error: /bin/sh '../../../GAMSlinks-trunk/ThirdParty/Mumps/configure' failed for ThirdParty/Mumps

and the whole configure process is stopping.

I can avoid this by removing the ThirdParty/Mumps directory before running configure. However, this does not seem to be the elegant solution ;-).

Best, Stefan

#52 fixed libcoinhsl.a not created on intel/solaris/gcc if no HSL available andreasw stefan
Description

Hi,

the idea to creat a libcoinhsl.a with no objects in there seem to be a nice idea to deal with an absent HSL library, and it seem to work well on Linux systems.

However, when I build Ipopt with MUMPS instead of HSL on a Sun-machine with Intel CPU, SunOS sol10vm 5.11, and gnu compiler 4.3.0, the libcoinhsl.a is not created and building of Ipopt is failing.

My solution to get around this is to create an empty libcoinhsl.a by hand (create a libcoinhsl.a with some content and then delete this content from it again), put it into ThirdParty/HSL/.libs, and to run make again. However, this does not seem to be an elegant solution ;-).

Best, Stefan

#53 fixed --xlic_lib=sunperf doesn't work with CC compiler on SUN andreasw andreasw
Description

It seems that CC -xlic_lib=sunperf does not work.

configure:27421: CC -o conftest -O4  -DNDEBUG      conftest.cc -xlic_lib=sunperf
  >&5
ld: fatal: library -lm: not found
ld: fatal: library -lc: not found

The C compiler (cc) has no problem.

Question is whether this can be fixed, or if we should take that option out of coin.m4

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