we are not supporting LAPACK++, (we are supporting LAPACK, CLAPACK, BLACS and ScaLAPACK).
I have warned the author of LAPACK++ (Roldan Pozo) below is his answer.
Lapack++ is an old package, written more than a decade ago, when C++ was a different language. In particular, complex numbers were not
yet defined by the ANSI C++ standard, so different compilers implemented different schemes. This is why these libraries may no longer
The Lapack++ souce code is no longer supported, since the it has been superceded by the Template Numerical Toolkit interface, which has
a linear algebra interface that allows for implememtations to use Lapack/C underneath. The baseline implementation curerently
available on the TNT website uses classical algorithms, for simplicity and portability, but another implementation which uses Lapack/C
could be developed in the future.
NB: we are not supporting TNT neither! Let's hope that somebody that know the answer will see your post and help you out.