Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 221343
openmpi pkgconfig bad and header files mislocated
Last modified: 2008-05-04 07:24:45 EDT
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Description of problem:
The openmpi.pc installed for pkgconfig has unexpanded variables
resulting in incorrect include paths :
pkg-config openmpi --cflags
Also, there is a directory /usr/include/openmpi/openmpi/ompi which I believe should be /usr/include/openmpi/ompi instead, either that or add the /usr/include/openmpi/openmpi to the pkgconfig file so its included, since the file /usr/include/openmpi/mpi.h has a reference to "ompi/mpi/cxx/mpicxx.h" on line 1757.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Run pkg-config openmpi --cflags
2.Try to compile something including "mpi.h" with the CFLAGS from step 1
Compilation fails with unable to find "ompi/mpi/cxx/mpicxx.h"
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Bug appears to be fixed in Fedora 8.
Thank you for the bug report. Closing bug as per comment #2.