compiling new version in fortran

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Jochen Weller
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compiling new version in fortran

Post by Jochen Weller » February 28 2019

In the fortran version in the Makefile_main

it says:

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cp "$(DLL_DIR)/camblib.so "$(PYCAMB_OUTPUT_DIR)
This actually overwrites the camb executable with the camblib. Of course there are easy changes to be made to avoid this. (the quotes should not be there, but otherwise the Dollars are interpreted as commands here).

Antony Lewis
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Re: compiling new version in fortran

Post by Antony Lewis » February 28 2019

It should only overwrite the library with the just-compiled library - was there a problem?

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Re: compiling new version in fortran

Post by Jochen Weller » March 06 2019

Yes there is a problem. When I do "make all" in the fortran directory there is no camblib.so file. Actually the "camb" executable is overwritten
by the "camblib.so" file.

This has to do with this line in the Make_main:

cp $(DLL_DIR)/camblib.so $(PYCAMB_OUTPUT_DIR)

which is above just set to

PYCAMB_OUTPUT_DIR ?= camb


and should possibly be

PYCAMB_OUTPUT_DIR ?= ../camb/

Does this make sense? This worked at least, when I tested it.

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Re: compiling new version in fortran

Post by Antony Lewis » March 06 2019

Looks right, thanks!

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