Roy Mendelssohn <Roy.Mendelssohn@xxxxxxxx> writes:
> If I understand the message correctly, Netcdf creates it's Fortran
> bindings to C using cfortran.h to define how things are passed, see
> http://www-zeus.desy.de/~burow/cfortran/cfortran.html. The error
> suggests that the intel compiler isn't included.
> To be certain, find the cfortran.h file in he Fortran folder and see
> if it defines the intel compiler. If it does, include in the Fortran
> flags -Dwhateverthenames
> If you can't find the Intel compiler, I believe there is one for
> AbsoftProUnix so adding -DAbsoftProUnix or whatever the name is might
> Also, I believe cfortran.h is only used for f77, not for F90. So if
> you only need F90. exclude in the configure. I forget the exact
> option for this, but do ./configure --help and it should tell you how
> to do that.
No, actually the F90 API is built atop the F77 API, so you need F77 to
work if you want to use F90...
Ed Hartnett -- ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx