From: Linchen Gong <glc02@ma...> - 2006-04-18 00:28:49
The compilation exit does not harm apbs results, results seem quite reasonable:)
>Hi Linchen -
>As for your first question, it looks like the nofor_main flag is
>tripping APBS up during the installation of some of the APBS tools.
>These don't effect the binary, so that's why you're still able to
>compile and use APBS. I'm not exactly sure why that flag is passed
>during the compilation of C code - usually the flag is used when
>compiling Fortran to indicate that the main program is not written in
>Fortran. You might want to check if this flag is currently set in an
>LD_FLAGS or CFLAGS variable, and remove it. Of course, if this breaks
>regular APBS compilation, please let me know and I'll try to look into
>it. Otherwise, APBS should work regardless of whether or not the
>tools directory has been compiled.
>You already answered your second question, and you are correct - the
>VASSERT error from vmem indicates a memory issue where the system is
>able to allocate enough memory for the desired input file.