From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-01-27 15:16:12
On Saturday 27 January 2007 22:25, Jeffrey Holle wrote:
> which I got from CVS on Wed Jan 24 22:51:56 EST 2007.
> I am running Ubuntu Linux with gcc 4.02.
> 1. Boost.Python says it can't find Python (and failed to build)
> I have python2.4.dev package on my Ubuntu system.
> It is in /usr/include/python2.4 on my system.
> I have:
> What is wrong?
Using environment to configure python is not longer supported. Add
using python : 2.4 ;
to your user-config.jam
> 2. In running bjam I get:
> MPI auto-detection failed: unable to find wrapper compiler `mpic++'
> or `mpiCC'
> This is after I followed a "hint" to add "using mpi" in my
> user-config.jam file. Even the fact that there are multiple such files
> in my boost directory now,
> I believe this is the active one since
> uncommenting "using gcc" had the desived affect.
> How do I either get "mpi" capacity or get rid of the error message?
I am not familiar with the MPI library. Doug, does the message means that MPI
library won't be built, or that some functionality is not available, or what?
Maybe you can reword the message to indicate its not a fatal problem?
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