Re: [AMBER-Developers] can people try an AmberTools/Amber build using the current master branch?

From: Daniel Roe <>
Date: Thu, 20 May 2021 16:06:00 -0400


Current master builds fine for me using cmake (serial + OpenMP) with
gcc 10 (including readline-enabled cpptraj). Still need to run tests.
Will test gcc11 next.


On Thu, May 20, 2021 at 11:01 AM David A Case <> wrote:
> Hi everyone:
> We think we have been able to squash a number of minor problems with
> AmberTools21: getting readline support into cpptraj; fix python installation
> problems; supporting gfortran11; fixing NAB compiles on some OSX
> configurations. These have been merged to the master development branch.
> I'm hoping to get some tests of this before we push out updates to users.
> So, it would be great if a few people (especially OSX users) could do the
> following:
> cd amber20_src/build
> ./clean_build
> ./run_cmake
> make install
> It's not really necessary to run all the tests, although you can if you
> wish. I'm mainly interested to see if the build breaks on someone's
> machine. And please try the following:
> $AMERHOME/bin/pdb4amber -h
> to see if you get the help prompt.
> Probably simplest to reply to amber-developers with results: brief reports
> are best unless you are finding problems.
> ....thx...dac
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