Hello, Building the tests, without running them, appears to be a tricky proposition when using the autotools toolchain (configure/make check/etc). It appears that you can build tests without running them, however, using the following command: $ make check TESTS= An alternative may be to leverage the 'cmake' support we have added to netcdf-c/fortran/cxx. CMake is a robust alternative to autotools; while I cannot offer advice in using it to cross-compile, I know that it will build the tests without running them (when you invoke 'make'). Information on cross-compiling with CMake may be found at the following page: http://www.cmake.org/cmake/help/v3.0/manual/cmake-toolchains.7.html#cross-compiling I hope this helps; have a great day! -Ward > Dear netCDF Support: > > I have cross-compiled netCDF-Fortran (with HDF5) for MIC, > but have found not all calls to it succeeded in my > application. I would like to test my build; but to do so, > I believe I would need to cross-compile the tests without > running them, so that I could later run them natively. > Would you please advise me on how I might do that? > > Best regards, > > Max > --- > Max R. Dechantsreiter > President > Performance Jones L.L.C. > address@hidden > Skype: PerformanceJones (UTC-05:00) > +1 414 446-3100 (telephone/voicemail) > http://www.linkedin.com/in/benchmarking > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: GWP-637632 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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