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From: Michael Hanke
Subject: Re: BLAS, LAPACK, ...
Date: Mon, 11 May 1998 11:37:43 +0200 (MET DST)

On Mon, 11 May 1998, Markus Svensen wrote:

> Hi
> As far as I understand, Octave is (largely) built on the BLAS, LAPACK,
> LINPACK and EISPACK libraries? 
> For a number of architectures, there exist specific,
> architecture-tweaked versions of  these libraries which offer
> significant increase in performance, compared the standard version (e.g.
> offering parallelized code on multi-processor systems). Does anyone
> knows if there is a way to make Octave use such pre-existing libraries?
The build tree uses the DEC OSF dxml library if it is available. I am
working on a SUN architecture. I include the Sun Performance Library
instead of the Fortran packages. I tried to include it in the
autoconfigure script but I got lost. I had to struggle much with the
Sun loader and the Sun licensing system. Finally it worked. if
somebody could help me to taylor the autoconfig script I could give
the necessary informations.

Hope that helps.


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