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#60 worksforme compiler flags for compile_f2c andreasw stefan
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Hi,

when I do an optimized build with cl then the compiler flags for cl are set to include -MT, thus the objects want to be linked against LIBCMT.lib.

When I also use compile_f2c to build the fortran code, then this script also calls cl, but without setting extra flags, thus the objects from fortran code want to be linked against LIBC.lib.

Hopefully this will just result in warnings, but it's also a potential cause for problems. A workaround is to specify FFLAGS="-MT" on the command line, but maybe it is possible to improve the build system in the way that it does something like FFLAGS=$CFLAGS in case F77=compile_f2c?

Best, Stefan

#62 fixed header check in COIN_HAS_MUMPS andreasw stefan
Description

Hi,

if the user tries to provide its own mumps library using --with-mumps-dir, then the configure script checks for the presence of

  $mumps_dir/include/dmumps_c.h.

But the MUMPS_INCFLAGS are set to include

  $coin_mumpssrcdir/MUMPS/libseq and
  $coin_mumpssrcdir/MUMPS/include,

where $coin_mumpssrcdir=$mumps_dir, i.e., either there is one MUMPS too much, or the above check should be for $mumps_dir/MUMPS/include/dmumps_c.h. In the latter case, --with-mumps-dir is actually the path to a directory that contains a directory MUMPS which has the MUMPS source.

Best, Stefan

#63 worksforme config.site typo andreasw fmargot
Description

The file share/config.site contains

#with_cplex_incdir='/usr/ilog/cplex90/include/ilcplex' #with_cplex_lib='-L/usr/ilog/cplex90/lib/static_pic -lcplex -lpthread'

but the syntax is incorrect.

No quotes are needed for with_cplex_incdir, i.e. it should be:

#with_cplex_incdir=/usr/ilog/cplex90/include/ilcplex

Double quotes are necessary for the second one, i.e.:

#with_cplex_lib="-L/usr/ilog/cplex90/lib/static_pic -lcplex -lpthread"

This is at least true under Fedora 8.

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