cgnslib_3.1.3 fails to compile in Ubuntu 11.10 with parallel support.
Compiler gives following error message:
/home/user/cgnslib_3.1.3/pcgns/src/pcgns_util.c: Function ”new_str_attb”:
/home/user/cgnslib_3.1.3/pcgns/src/pcgns_util.c:264:2: error: too many arguments to function ”H5Acreate1”
/usr/include/H5Apublic.h:105:16: note: declared here
and two similar errors follow.
With Ubuntu 11.10 HDF5 library is compiled with option --with-default-api-version=v16 as there are these two lines in libhdf5.settings:
Default API Mapping: v16
With Deprecated Public Symbols: yes
It seems that pcgns_util.c uses old functions by default even if it should use newer ones. With hard-coded to use function H5Acreate2 compiling finishes without errors.
Expected behaviour: Compiling finishes without errors.
Current behaviour: Wrong version from function seems to be selected for pcgns_util.c and build process fails.