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[Support #SUQ-510406]: problem building UDUNITS on mac OSX 10.5 with intel



Tim,

> I tried to configure the udunits-pacage and the configure-script
> failed ...
> 
> I use the command:
> 
> sudo configure CC=icc CFLAGS="-O3 -xT -ip -no-prec-div -static -no-
> multibyte-chars" CPP="icc -E" CPPFLAGS="icpc -E" LANG=C LC_TYPE=C
> LC_AL=C LDFLAGS="-O3 -xT -ip  -no-prec-div -static"

The following fatal error occurred during execution of the
"configure" script:

> checking for C compiler default output file name... configure: error:
> C compiler cannot create executables
> See `config.log' for more details.

The file "config.log-intel" contained the following:

> configure:2297: checking for C compiler default output file name
> configure:2300: icc -O3 -xT -ip -no-prec-div -static -no-multibyte-chars icpc 
> -E -O3 -xT -ip  -no-prec-div -static conftest.c  >&5
> Catastrophic error: could not open source file "icpc"

If you wish to use the same compiler that was used to build the
netCDF library (always a good idea), then change the setting of
the CPPFLAGS environment variable from "icpc -E" to "-icpc -E"
and try again.

Also, be sure to define a Fortran calling convention.  See the
file INSTALL for examples.  If nothing else, add the option
"-Df2cFortran" to the CPPFLAGS environment variable.  Otherwise,
the package won't build.

If you don't need the Perl interface, then set the environment
variable PERL to the empty string.

> Thanks for your help,
> Tim
> 
> Tim Bruecher
> Institute of Geophysics and Meteorology
> University of Cologne
> 50923 Cologne Germany
> 
> T: +49/(0)221/470 - 3689
> F: +49/(0)221/470 - 5161
> @: address@hidden
> W: http://www.meteo.uni-koeln.de/tbruech

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
===================
Ticket ID: SUQ-510406
Department: Support UDUNITS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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