Re: [R] Solaris10-amd64-studio10 compilers

From: Vin Everett <vin.everett_at_cimr.cam.ac.uk>
Date: Sat 20 Aug 2005 - 21:15:39 EST

Prof Brian Ripley wrote:

> On Fri, 19 Aug 2005, Vin Everett wrote:
> 

>> I am trying to compile R-2.1.1 on Solaris10, with the Studio10 compilers.
>>
>> When I try to compile 64bit with
>> CFLAGS="-xarch=amd64"
>> export CFLAGS
>>
>> I get a configure failure on
>>
>> checking for rl_callback_read_char in -lreadline... no
>> checking for history_truncate_file... no
>> configure: error: --with-readline=yes (default) and headers/libs are not
>> available
>>
>> unset CFLAGS and its fine will compile 32bit.
>>
>> Any ideas gratefully received.
>>
>> I should say I installed the readline headers etc /usr/local
> 
> 
> So, your readline is probably not 64-bit: see the R-admin manual and 
> check in config.log.
> 

>> a configure with --without-readline but with CFLAGS="-xarch=amd64"
>> goes on to
>>
>> checking for dummy main to link with Fortran libraries... none
>> checking for Fortran name-mangling scheme... unknown
>> configure: WARNING: unknown Fortran name-mangling scheme
>> checking whether f77 appends underscores to external names... unknown
>> configure: error: cannot use Fortran
>>
>> Again this is the studio10 fortran.
> 
> 
> Please note you need to set FFLAGS to match.  If you consult the R-admin 
> manual you will see that sparc users need somewhat different settings: 
> please emulate those.
> 


Thanks Brian,

I will give that a try.

Cheers Vin

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