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I want to use lapack and make C++ matrix wrapper for it, but lapack is written in Fortran, there are some clapack but I want to use it from source. compile firstly *.f and *.cpp files to object files then link it into a application..
the following apps and sources that I have.
visual studio proff edition,dev c++,ultimate++,mingw whatever
g95 and gfortran (under mingw) compiler
lapack (latest source)
blas (included in lapack)
How can I make an application please help...
My Operating System is Windows 7 and CPU Core2Duo and I dont have Intel math kernel
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you can take a look here: http://icl.cs.utk.edu/lapack-for-windows/lapack/index.html
You can either download the dll or use CMAKE and Mingw to generate your own libraries.
You will be able to call the Fortran from a C visual studio solution (see example on the webpage).
I am currently working on porting LAPACKE to work under Windows and CMAKE.
Once this will be ready, you will be able to call the LAPACK C Wrapper directly.
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The 32-bit version of LAPACKE from VS Studio proposed below (http://icl.cs.utk.edu/lapack-for-window ... k/#lapacke) works fine.
However trying to use it on a 64-bit configuration of Visual Studio 2010 constantly fails.
Any idea how/where to get a 64-bit version (dlls or libs) of LAPACKE for Windows?
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