CDI-PIO depends on
PPM, the latter is being integrated into the
ICON building system too.
These are some changes that I have come up with during the integration:
Make 'scripts/reconfigure' compatible with Mac OS.- not really needed for
ICONbut I implemented this while working on other MacOS-related issues.
Replace "echo $(ECHO_N)" with "printf '%s'" in the makefiles for compatibility with Mac OS.-
Zshbecame the default shell, which results in an empty value for
ECHO_Nand empty Fortran dependency files. It looks like
printf '%s'is more portable.
Enable maintainer mode by default.- not really needed but just shows that it doesn't matter for
ICONwhether the maintainer mode is disabled by default. The requirement is that it can be disabled.
Allow for the manual generation of 'test/package.m4' when '--disable-maintainer-mode'.- not really needed for
ICON, just uses the variable in a more
Add 'test/testsuite' to the repo to allow for 'make check' when '--disable-maintainer-mode'.-
make checkfor all bundled packages. I can introduce an exception for
PPMif having this file in the repo is a problem. A better option than merging this into the
masterbranch would probably be adding this file to the release branches as it's done for other automatically generated
Fix 'make clean' and 'make distclean'.- just a fix, hopefully, no objections here?
Unify silencing for the Fortran dependency generation rules.- not really needed, just some cosmetic changes for the output.
Update '.gitignore'.- removes annoying
modified: externals/ppm (untracked content)for the
Get rid of 'rm: conftest.dSYM: is a directory when configuring on MacOS.- removes annoying messages when building on MacOs.
Enable building with 'gfortran -std=f2008'.- enables building with a compiler flag used in
Do not search for alternative LIBM when configuring with 'PLATFORM_OPT_LIBM='.- paranoic attempt to make sure that a dirty build environment does not influence the building of
ICON: the configure script of
PPMis run with an additional argument
Add configure option to enable/disable OpenMP support.- finds the required compiler flags and builds with OpenMP support when
--enable-openmp. Also, makes sure that OpenMP support is disabled when
Feel free to remove this branch once the merge is done.