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Re: [Help-gsl] gsl on snow leopard

From: William Oquendo
Subject: Re: [Help-gsl] gsl on snow leopard
Date: Sat, 28 Aug 2010 06:46:28 -0500

Hi Giancarlo,

I am not sure about the solution of your problem, it seems related to a
lapack call. Are you linking correctly? do you need/have Lapack?

I am running Snow Leopard, and I do not have any problems with GSL. But, I
have compiled it from source. Have you tried it? Just uncompress the tar.gz
gsl, enter the directory, and write

./configure && make && make install

Please remember to link correctly when compiling, as in the following

g++ -lgsl -lgslcblas filename.cpp

Hope this helps.

Best regards / Cordialmente,

William Oquendo
Phd Candidate
Simulation Of Physical Systems Group
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Linux User # 321481
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On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 9:42 AM, Giancarlo Strippoli <
address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi all,
> thanks in advance for your help. I wrote my own code on several platform,
> making use of GSL.
> I still have troubles with GSL on  my mac OSX 10.6, whereas everything
> works fine on my mac OSX 10.5, linux, win32.
> At first, I used the universal binary from
> However, once compiled my code and linked the libraries, some errors like:
>  "ddot_(int const*, double const*, int const*, double const*, int const*)",
> referenced from:
>      dot_lapack(int, double const*, double const*)in
> aLiceAlgorithmCellBasedPoisson.o
> come in to play. I have no clue how to get rid of them. Could you or anyone
> else help?
> Thank you very much
> Alberto
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