you are right, the classic trick only work in easy cases. I am glad you
found the way around by yourself on a harder case.
On Sat, 28 Jul 2007, Dima Sorkin wrote:
On 7/28/07, Julien Langou wrote:
A classic trick if one can not figure out the needed fortran libraries is
to link with the fortran compiler (and not the C compiler).
But then it will not find the c++/c libraries... ?! (Especially the
problem is with c++)
I resolved the issue by doing "ldd" to one of the lapack's self
The needed library is called "/usr/lib32/libftn.so" when compiling on SGI
for 32 bit.
On Sat, 28 Jul 2007, Sorkin Dima wrote:
I have built a lapack on SGI machine using
mipspro compiler, 32 bit.
Tested it, looks ok. make.inc is attached.
Now: how do I link it to "c" code ?
(all the usual fortran symbols, I listed them below)
With gcc we used libg2c or libgfortran,
but what with mipspro ?