> Hi, > > I'm trying to use netCDF 4.1.3 and find the configure to be extremely > slow. Someone operating the install script for the system in which > netCDF is use d is likely to believe something is wrong and kill it. > > Why is it so slow? Why do the checks for fortran (ifort in particular) > take several minutes on a relatively fast computer? The check for the > presence of ifort ought to be limited to checking the path, and if not > found moving on. > > Another question: the C++ interface isn't set up in the target (prefix) > dir ectory as the result of the "make install" step. The C interface is > set up (includes and libs) but not the C++. Shouldn't it be? > > Thanks, > > > Christopher C. Arena > SAST EXT Developer > NUWC SMMTT Lab > Middletown, RI > 401 832 8566 (SMMTT Lab) > 757 831 9255 (Cell) > > Howdy Christopher! Starting in version 4.2, the C++ and Fortran APIs will no longer be part of the C API distribution. As a result the configure is a lot shorter and quicker. Another way to speed it up is to use the -C option (see the --help option for more info.) Thanks, Ed Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ROQ-388981 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Critical Status: Closed
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