[Trilinos-Users] Building Zoltan on Windows
Bartlett, Roscoe A.
bartlettra at ornl.gov
Wed Jun 24 11:34:23 EDT 2015
It is flagged as being disabled by default on Windows in the file PackagesList.cmake with the command:
This makes the disabled by default in all logic but I think still allows you to try to enable it (in case you want to try to get it to work for some reason).
Just curious, if you grep the 'cmake' output for "Zoltan", what does it show?
I should think about how to handle situations like this. On one hand, we don't want users like you to think that a package might be supported on a platform when it is not but we don't want to stop a very eager user who wants to try to fix a port from enabling it either.
What should the behavior be?
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> From: Trilinos-Users [mailto:trilinos-users-bounces at trilinos.org] On Behalf
> Of Dave Wade-Stein
> Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 2015 11:27 AM
> To: trilinos-users at trilinos.org
> Subject: [Trilinos-Users] Building Zoltan on Windows
> Has anyone had success building Zoltan on Windows?
> We're finding that Trilinos says it's building Zoltan, but nothing happens-no
> failures, but no libraries are generated. Behavior is the same from the
> packages/zoltan subdir-jom (nmake) produces a couple of lines of output
> indicating that it's changing directory, but no build commands are being
> I'm slugging my way through the CMakeLists.txt files, but if anyone has
> already solved this issue, please let me know.
> I'm using Visual Studio 2013 (VS12) and Trilinos 11.14.3.
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