Makefile bug

From: Marc L. Smith (mlsmith_at_colby_dot_edu)
Date: Tue Jun 21 2005 - 21:07:58 PDT

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    Just learned about UPC from a colleague and plan to include its use  
    in my undergrad parallel and distributed processing course in the  
    fall.  I encountered the following problem during my gmake step, and  
    fixed it.   Here are the details:
    I was building UPC on my RocketCalc cluster, running Suse Linux on  
    Xeon processors.  The Makefile in the detect-upc directory had a typo  
    in the rule to build scanner.c -- here's the line:
    scanner.c: scanner.l detect_upc.h
    I needed to change detect_upc.h to detect-upc.h  (changed the  
    underscore to a hyphen)
    The rest of the gmake worked fine -- I think.  I'm still following  
    the installation procedures.
    If it helps, I installed from the tarball, and configured with the  
    following command:
    ./configure CC=/opt/intel_cc_80/bin/icc CXX=/opt/intel_cc_80/bin/icpc  
    MPI_CC=/opt/lam/7.1.1/gnu/bin/mpicc --prefix=/opt/upc
    (and now, back to my install...)
    Marc L. Smith
    Assistant Professor, Computer Science
    Colby College
    Waterville, Maine 04901-8858
    e-mail: mlsmith_at_colby_dot_edu
    voice: 207 859 5853
    fax: 207 859 5846

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