[Lapack] [susan@xxxxxxxx: Re: Lapack95 Improvement of make clean]
From: Axel von_Engeln
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 18:08:25 +0100
Okay, maybe this email works...
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From: Susan Blackford <susan@Domain.Removed>
Subject: Re: Lapack95 Improvement of make clean
To: Axel von_Engeln <engeln@Domain.Removed>
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Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 19:10:41 -0500
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I'm told that the lapack95 mailing list doesn't exist anymore and you
should submit your question to the LAPACK forum.
Hope this helps.
Axel von_Engeln wrote:
some info I tried to get to the lapack95 developers, seems like the email
longer valid. So I try you instead.
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From: Axel von_Engeln <engeln@Domain.Removed>
Subject: IBM Compilation of lapack95
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 10:07:18 +0100
just noticed a problem with the installation of lapack95 using an xlf IBM
compiler. I did use the provided make.inc file, but when running just
'make' first, I only got the single precision compilation. When then trying
to run 'make double' I get an error message. Even 'make clean' does not
help here. I also tried different xlf compilers here available.
I tried the same with other platforms and compilers, but there it works.
For IBM the problem is that it reads the existing *.mod files in the
lapack95_modules directory and cannot match them to the current double
precision run. So it exits with an error.
I found no information on this particular error on the web, only that
somebody else had the same problem with no solution given. To avoid this
happening, I suggest to wipe out the lapack95_modules directory in a
'make clean' call as well.
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