[mpich-discuss] Adding libraries to the mpicc wrapper
balaji at mcs.anl.gov
Wed Jan 15 10:07:49 CST 2014
User libraries are prioritized over MPICH and other libraries when passed to mpicc.
So mpicc foo.c -lmylibrary will result in:
gcc foo.c -lmylibrary -lmpich
Is that what you want to do? If then, I’d recommend Jeff’s approach of creating a wrapper mpicc.new script that internally calls mpicc.
On Jan 15, 2014, at 8:55 AM, Matthieu Dorier <matthieu.dorier at irisa.fr> wrote:
> I have written an ADIO backend that depends on a library. So far to make the use of the library transparent when compiling a program, I added the library at line 226 of the mpicc wrapper (mpilibs=" -lmpich -lmylibrary"). I'd like to know if there is a "cleaner" way of adding it: mpicc being generated from a template, there should be a way to simply set a variable somewhere for that, shouldn't it? How is it done for other ADIO backends?
> Thank you,
> Matthieu Dorier
> PhD student at ENS Rennes
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