Cool thanks. It works now !
On Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 9:38 AM, Vikram Garg <email@example.com> wrote:It's probably because you didn't put everything on one line in the
> Thanks, that seems to have resolved the file format not recognized error.
> However I am now getting a different error:
> Linking heat-dbg...
> libtool: link: you must specify an output file
> libtool: link: Try `libtool --help --mode=link' for more information.
> make: *** [heat-dbg] Error 1
Makefile (it came through the email on two lines)
In a Makefile you need to either put everything on one line or put a
backslash (line continuation character) anywhere you break the line.
> [tab] @echo "Linking "$@"..."
# Production rules: how to make the target - depends on library configuration
> $(notdir $(target)): $(objects)
> [tab] @$(libmesh_LIBTOOL) --tag=CXX $(LIBTOOLFLAGS) --mode=link --quiet \
> $(libmesh_CXX) $(libmesh_CXXFLAGS) $(objects) -o $@ $(libmesh_LIBS) \[tab] should be replaced with an actual tab.
> $(libmesh_LDFLAGS) $(EXTERNAL_FLAGS)