Thanks for the useful information. I guess I need to stick to CLAPACK
since LAPACKE doesn't provide the standard fortran interface required by
Unfortunately, I can't use a FORTRAN implementation of LAPACK since SuperLU
doesn't pass the FORTRAN hidden string lengths at the end of the function
call. On windows, this causes calls to a fortran-based library to crash.
On Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 2:04 PM, julie langou <julie@Domain.Removed> wrote:
CLAPACK is no longer maintained.
For Windows, You can build LAPACK and LAPACKE (the C Standard Interface to
If you wish to modify the CLAPACK build just look at the build section
Just change the configuration as you wish.
Hope it helps
On Sep 9, 2014, at 8:36 AM, Juan Sanchez <juan.e.sanchez@Domain.Removed>
Thank you for putting together the CLAPACK for windows. I noticed that
there are no floating point precision flags set in CMakeLists.txt. My
concern is that by default,
is used in Visual Studio 2013. This means that exceptions are not handled
immediately, and that some unsafe optimization may be used.
Would it be possible to set the default to
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