I'm attempting to install ATLAS (ver. 3.10.1) using Cygwin's gcc and gfortran compilers (ver. 4.7.3) on an Intel i5-2520M CPU @ 2.50GhZ. I was able to perform the configure step without any warnings or errors using the following basic command.
../configure -b 32 -D c -DPentiumCPS=2500 --prefix=/cygdrive/c/Users/nchishol/BLASLAPACKLIBS
However, I had to apply a previously suggested patch (https://sourceforge.net/p/math-atlas/windows-support/21/#7b95) in order to correct an issue with '(' characters in my system path, which seems to be a issue with 64-bit Windows 7. Also, the configure step was looking for a program named 'gcc-4', so I hard linked my usual '/bin/gcc.exe' compiler to '/bin/gcc-4.exe' (I think this may have been a change in newer versions of the Cygwin compilers).
Anyhow, after executing 'make build', things run for a good ~90 minutes on my system before encountering an error and aborting. I've included the resulting error report. I'm hunting around for the earlier ver. 4.7.0 of gcc/gfortran in case this is some sort of regression there. Also the output of 'make build' seems to give 'warning: SSE instruction set disabled. Using 387 arithmetics [enabled by default]' repeatedly at certain points. I'm not sure if this has anything to do with my problem. Hopefully I've provided enough detail.
I would be very grateful for any insight!
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