[Trilinos-Users] [EXTERNAL] problem building Intrepid2 library
Peterson, Kara J.
kjpeter at sandia.gov
Mon Dec 5 17:44:27 EST 2016
I’m wondering now whether there is a problem with your Trilinos repository.
Looking at your cmake.out, it appears that cmake is not recognizing Intrepid2. Near the end of the file under "Manually-specified variables not used by the project” both Trilinos_ENABLE_Intrepid2 and Intrepid2_ENABLE_TESTS are listed.
Another strange thing is that the number of packages and number of SE packages are different from what I get when building Trilinos 12.10.1. In your cmake.out file it’s
But I see
Could you check and make sure that Intrepid2 is listed in /fscratch/jatempl/trilinos-12.10.1-Source/PackagesList.cmake?
From: "Templeton, Jeremy Alan" <jatempl at sandia.gov<mailto:jatempl at sandia.gov>>
Date: Monday, December 5, 2016 at 1:20 PM
To: "Bosler, Peter Andrew" <pabosle at sandia.gov<mailto:pabosle at sandia.gov>>
Cc: "Peterson, Kara J." <kjpeter at sandia.gov<mailto:kjpeter at sandia.gov>>, "trilinos-users at trilinos.org<mailto:trilinos-users at trilinos.org>" <trilinos-users at trilinos.org<mailto:trilinos-users at trilinos.org>>
Subject: Re: [Trilinos-Users] [EXTERNAL] problem building Intrepid2 library
Hi all, my typical workflow is to blow away everything in the build directory prior to running cmake. Just to be safe, I did that again and have attached the output and the CMakeCache.txt file. I can see at the end of the output that cmake is aware that it is not configuring intrepid2, so I’m not going to both trying a rebuild. I can’t see anything in the cmake file telling me why, but I’m also not a cmake expert. I’ll try swapping out the models as suggested by Peter below next.
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