[Trilinos-Users] Windows port and pamgen

Heroux, Michael A maherou at sandia.gov
Thu Jul 30 09:53:17 MDT 2009

We need to be careful with GPL code.  We can't include it in Trilinos proper since GPL copylefting is stronger than LGPL.

Using f2c with the Fortran code, followed by some cleanup is probably the best path.  Jim Willenbring has done this with other functions in Trilinos with success.


On 7/30/09 10:07 AM, "Kevin Long" <kevin.long at ttu.edu> wrote:


Alternatively, you could use the C source from glibc. It's available from
http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/glibc/, and is GPL.


On Thursday 30 July 2009 09:57:09 am Bill Hoffman wrote:
> Kevin Long wrote:
> > Bill,
> >
> > You can find public domain Fortran source for all three functions at
> > http://www.netlib.org/specfun/.
> I guess we could f2c them.  For the most part depending on a Fortran
> compiler being installed would be a bad idea for the average windows
> user.  Fortran is not included in the MS compilers set, you can get
> Fortran from Intel, but it is not common.
> -Bill

Kevin Long
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX

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