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Re: [ESPResSo] compilation on AIX

From: Xinghua Shi
Subject: Re: [ESPResSo] compilation on AIX
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 14:56:24 -0500

Hi all,

Many thanks to Axel. Following Axel's instruction I recompiled the
Tcl8.4 with --disable-shared (if I use --disable-load, there is error
in the compiling) and the file libtcl8.4.a was successfully created.
Still I have a question. Since we didn't specify the fftw library, so
fftw actually didn't been used in the compiling, am I right? What we
need to do is to copy the fftw libraries here from elsewhere (just as
described in the manual), is that true?

Best regards


On 1/15/08, Axel Arnold <address@hidden> wrot Am
Dienstag 15 Januar 2008 17:19 schrieb Xinghua Shi:
> > It seems that the library of tcl cann't be found. However I did link
> > the library files in the above "configure" command. And I did install
> > the tcl8.4 in the directory
> > /Home5/hpc/hpc0611/code/tcl
> > Does anyone here has some idea? I'm really appreciateyour help!
> Can you please send me the obj-Pwoer5mpi-ibm-aix/config.log file? There should
> be some additional hints why Espresso didn't like your installed Tcl.
> In general, you need to build the static Tcl-library, not just the shared one.
> So, if /Home5/hpc/hpc0611/code/tcl/lib does not contain libtcl8.4.a, then you
> need to reconfigure tcl with -static. Can you check that?
> Axel

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