Hi Taran, From the configure output you sent in the configure.log attachment, it appears that the configure script accepted your ifort specification for the Fortran compiler, which you can see by grepping for "ifort" in that file. Another way to check is to look at the output from "make" or "make check" to see what compiler is actually being used to compile the library sources. If it's definitely "gfortran" rather than "ifort", please send us the "config.log" created by the configure script (not the "configure.log" file you generated by redirecting the output of configure) for further diagnosis. Also, is the NETCDF.mod file you are looking at from the /usr/local/netcdf_ifort/ directory, and does it have approximately the same creation time as when you ran "make install"? If not, you may be looking at a different netcdf.mod or not have specified -I/usr/local/netcdf_ifort_include when compiling Fortran applications with the newly installed library. Finally, when we build with gfortran, the resulting netcdf.mod (it's all lower case when created by gfortran) file doesn't have a header such as the one you sent, which makes me thin that maybe the compiler that creates that NETCDF.mod file is derived from gfortran but may be part of ifort? --Russ > I am trying to build the netcdf-fortran-4.2 on my local machine. I earlier > had a gfortran compiler and now recently installed an ifort compiler. When > i try to configure netcdf-fortran with my ifort compiler, it still reverts > back to gfortran compiler. I am using this command to configure : > > sudo ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/netcdf_ifort FC=ifort F90=ifort > F77=ifort CC=gcc --enable-shared 2>&1 | tee configure.log > > I am also attaching the "configure.log". If you check inside the file on > line, it still uses the GNU compiler. After doing a "make" and "make > install", the resulting "netcdf.mod" shows that I used "gfortran". I am > attaching the file as well. > > I am not sure why it is not getting configured with ifort when I specify > the flags to use ifort. > > Any help is appreciated. > > thanks, > Taran > > Russ Rew UCAR Unidata Program address@hidden http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ELI-872519 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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