1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 12, 2009 5:12 PM by chipf

    Plato + ACML 4.2.0 32bit for Windows

    weikoon

      I downloaded Intel Fortran ACML 4.2.0 32bit for Windows to use with Salford Plato 3.

      I link to the library (static/dynamic) via the Reference in the project tree. After compilation, I get the message:

      WARNING the following symbols are missing:
      _fltused                                 C:\AMD\acml4.2.0\ifort32\lib\libacml.lib (dgetri.obj/    )
      _alloca_probe                            C:\AMD\acml4.2.0\ifort32\lib\libacml.lib (dtrtri.obj/    )
      _chkstk                                  C:\AMD\acml4.2.0\ifort32\lib\libacml.lib (dgemv.obj/     )
      __intel_f2int                            C:\AMD\acml4.2.0\ifort32\lib\libacml.lib (/12742         )
      .....

      What's wrong? My questions are;

      Do I need to compile ACML? How?

      What's the header file in the \ifort32\INCLUDE\ directory for?

      Rreally gald if anyone can advise.

       

        • Plato + ACML 4.2.0 32bit for Windows
          chipf

          There is a terse description of how to link with the Salford compiler in the ACML User Guide, in section 2.3.4.  Not sure if that helps you at all.

          What is the command line you're using?

          The acml.h file is intended for C users.  You shouldn't need it for building fortran programs.