1. 08 Jul, 2016 1 commit
    • Lorenz Huedepohl's avatar
      Fix actual reason for linker problems · 2121b2e5
      Lorenz Huedepohl authored
      The actual reason for the linker problems was that the Fortran libraries
      where listed before the object files, by modifying the _LINK automake
      variables. The proper way to do is of course to add the necessary
      libraries after the object files by appending them to the _LDADD
      variables.
      
      As the MPI module was not responsible for the linker problems it is now
      used by default, unless explicitly switched off with
      
        --disable-mpi-module
      
      Also, the C test programs that had these linker errors where previously
      not compiled in the OpenMP case, for no obvious reason. Now they are
      also included there.
      2121b2e5
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  19. 20 Apr, 2016 1 commit
    • Andreas Marek's avatar
      Additional configure check for gcc SSE intrinsics · 896388e9
      Andreas Marek authored
      It turned out that if a CPU supports SSE the already existing
      test for SSE assembly instructions always passes.
      However, the compilation of gcc SSE intrinic instructions might
      nevertheless fail if gcc is not called with one of the options
      "-msse3", "-msse4" , "-msse4.1", "-msse4.2", "-mavx", or "-mavx2"!
      
      Obviously gcc does still not consider SSE as a standard on X86_64
      Intel CPUs.
      
      An additional configure test has been introduced, which test for
      gcc intrinsic sse instructions. If this test fails, the corresponding
      kernels are switched off.
      896388e9
  20. 19 Apr, 2016 3 commits
  21. 08 Apr, 2016 1 commit
    • Lorenz Hüdepohl's avatar
      AVX kernels need aligned memory · 59e405e0
      Lorenz Hüdepohl authored
      For the Intel compiler, this was assured with the pragma
      
        !DEC$ ATTRIBUTES ALIGN: 64:: a
      
      however, other compilers such as gcc of course did not honour this,
      which could result in SIGSEGVs in case the variable was not aligned to
      32 bytes (by chance!).
      
      This fixes issue #11, thanks to Nico Holmberg for reporting this.
      59e405e0