Got our test application to compile... however, it segfaults almost instantly with:

Failed to convert N7libMesh13NumericVectorIdEE pointer to PKN7libMesh11PetscVectorIdEE
The N7libMesh13NumericVectorIdEE appears to be a N7libMesh11PetscVectorIdEE

That's enough for tonight... will continue tomorrow...

Derek


On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 11:46 PM, Derek Gaston <friedmud@gmail.com> wrote:
Here is a quick fix... although I'm not sure it's the right fix.  It does handle both cases of having an install dir or not though...

diff --git a/Make.common.in b/Make.common.in
index 1015dbb..af54254 100644
--- a/Make.common.in
+++ b/Make.common.in
@@ -110,7 +110,8 @@ ifeq (@enablelegacyincludepaths@,yes)
                      -I$(libmesh_dir)/include/reduced_basis \
                      -I$(libmesh_dir)/include/solvers \
                      -I$(libmesh_dir)/include/systems \
-                     -I$(libmesh_dir)/include/utils
+                     -I$(libmesh_dir)/include/utils \
+                     -I$(top_srcdir)/include/libmesh
 endif
 
 #




On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 11:20 PM, Derek Gaston <friedmud@gmail.com> wrote:
On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 11:02 PM, Derek Gaston <friedmud@gmail.com> wrote:
However, does this build system work with the old include paths?  I see an include path like: -I/Users/gastdr/projects/libmesh/install/include  on the compile line.  Is there a configure switch I need to throw to get it to be -I/Users/gastdr/projects/libmesh/install/include/libmesh  ??

Found the --enable-legacy-include-paths option... but I ended up with a bunch of bogus -I's like so:

-I/Users/gastdr/projects/libmesh/install/include -I/include/base -I/include/enums -I/include/error_estimation -I/include/fe -I/include/geom -I/include/mesh -I/include/numerics -I/include/parallel -I/include/partitioning -I/include/physics -I/include/quadrature -I/include/reduced_basis -I/include/solvers -I/include/systems -I/include/utils

Tracking it down now...

Derek