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Posted by Terry J. Hilsabeck on August 02, 1998 at 01:35:34:

In Reply to: CLAPACK/CBLAS/F2CLIB posted by Arkady Rovinsky on December 08, 1997 at 12:13:23:

I have successfully compiled CLAPACK with Visual C++
on a 486/66. You will need to alter f2c.h by
inserting the lines

#define Skip_f2c_Undefs
#define KR_headers

and altering line 28:
typedef long longint;

and line 132:
longint j;

also you'll need the includes from CygWin32

Godd luck.

: I am trying to install CLAPACK on my computer,which
: is Intel Pentium II (WinNT). When compiling CBLAS
: routines the compiler (VC++5)reports 70 instances of
: using uninitialized variables in a number of routines
: of CBLAS. There are also a number of unused variables,
: assignments of double to float (i.e. potential loss
: of precision) and apparently futile operations.
: Furthermore, f2clib does not compile as is - I had
: to explicitly define "complex" in the the complex
: routines. Moreover, the integer "pow" routines apparently
: have bugs: potential divide by zero.
: Could anybody comment on this and/or give any
: advice? Has anybody had a satisfactory experience of
: using this package? Is anybody aware of a BLAS version
: optimized for Pentium?
: Your reply would be greatly appreciated.
: Arkady Rovinsky,

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