So --enable-tecplot is the old behavior.
--enable-tecio controls this woe.
I see. Thanks for the info, it does indeed work with --disable-tecio.
BTW, perhaps you can comment on the following: I think I have gotten to the bottom of our troubles with building our own compilers from source on Mac. If I download and build libtool from source, and change the top-level Makefile's link command to:
i.e. just *prepend* "libtool --tag=CXX --quiet --mode=link" to what we already have there, most of the random segfaults we were seeing are magically gone! It works 100% if I also build the triangle shared library in contrib with the same method.
This libtool trick has been tested with both GCC 4.6.x and 4.7.x series compilers, so I don't think the issue was ever compiler-related, just shared-library-creation related.
.) Do you know what magic libtool could possibly be doing here?
.) On the automake branch, I still get the (system-level) segfaults with my hand-built compilers. Do you know how automake builds shared libraries? Is there any way I could try this libtool trick with the automake branch of libmesh as well?