Re: [AMBER-Developers] Adding fortran module into nab with some catches.

From: case <>
Date: Tue, 9 Feb 2010 10:06:23 -0500

On Tue, Feb 09, 2010, MengJuei Hsieh wrote:
> Currently I am trying to provide a Fortran library for nab to call, and so
> far I got some issue that may be interesting.
> For nab, I have to use something like this:
> $AMBERHOME/bin/nab -o exe -L$AMBERHOME/lib -lmylib -lgfortran
> This is due to the fact the linker doesn't know it's linking some Fortran
> subroutines. I can imagine that it's going be a different library if I am
> using Intel compiler. (like, -L/opt/intel/Compiler/11.1/056/lib/intel64
> -lifcore -lifport)
> Any idea that could generalize this kind of thing in configure script or
> just hack nab?

The extra libraries that are needed should get put into the FLIBS variable
in config.h; that way they will be automatically searched for. I think this
is a better solution than trying to change nab itself.

I've been travelling, and have not had a chance to look in any detail at what
you have done with the sff interface. I'll try to get to that sometime this
week. Thanks for your work on this.


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