We managed to have LAPACKE work on all machines so far with non-commercial
GNU gfortran is available for Mac, and we managed to do build LAPACKE under
Windows with Mingw, and link directly a C Program from MS Visual Studio.
Moving away from CLAPACK was not an easy decision, but so far our LAPACKE users
love it. We have very good feedbacks.
LAPACKE is a joint project with Intel and as I said earlier, included in the
LAPACK package. Hopefully, this will guarantee its sustainability.
Let me know if you have more questions.
On Aug 4, 2014, at 9:50 AM, Paul Price <price@Domain.Removed> wrote:
On Aug 4, 2014, at 12:38 PM, julie langou wrote:
The LAPACKE C standard interface (that is include in Intel products) is the
replacement of CLAPACK.
Thanks for getting back to me.
It looks like LAPACKE requires a Fortran compiler to build (since it depends
on lapack). Is there an option available that doesn't require a Fortran
compiler? We're trying to put together something that will work on a variety
of systems that don't all necessarily have gfortran (e.g., Macs).