From: Steve Conrad <lemuel_houyhnhnm@ya...> - 2008-01-27 23:44:04
Belive a closer reading of the list has solved my problem for me. Sorry
for not reading more carefully. Missed the link the the wiki on first
pass, it was so small and tucked away at the bottom of the message like
a signature or something.
The pertinent bit being:
When you run "configure" for the FFTW library, add the arguments
*--enable-shared* and *--enable-float* to the command line
From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2008-01-28 00:01:33
On Sunday 27 January 2008, Steve Conrad wrote:
> The pertinent bit being:
> When you run "configure" for the FFTW library, add the arguments
> *--enable-shared* and *--enable-float* to the command line
Yeah, I was about to dig that up. Sorry about the trouble there. A lot of
people have this problem with that lib. It's frustrating for everyone.
D. Michael McIntyre
Perhaps updating the page listing the software dependencies for RG to mention the need to add a couple of flags to the ./configure invocation would be a good idea.
"If you're compiling fftw from source, you will need to run './configure --enable-shared --enable-float' rather than just ./configure with no flags.
If you haven't got a library file named fftw3f.so then you haven't got a compatible version of fftw.
fftw3.a won't cut it."
Just a suggestion.
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