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#################################################################################################
# Copyright (c) 2010, Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC.
# Produced at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
# Written by Todd Gamblin, tgamblin@llnl.gov.
# LLNL-CODE-417602
# All rights reserved.
#
# This file is part of Libra. For details, see http://github.com/tgamblin/libra.
# Please also read the LICENSE file for further information.
#
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# permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
#
# * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of
# conditions and the disclaimer below.
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# WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
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#################################################################################################
#
# LX_FIND_MPI()
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This macro finds an MPI compiler and extracts includes and libraries from
# it for use in automake projects. The script exports the following variables:
#
# AC_DEFINE variables:
# HAVE_MPI AC_DEFINE'd to 1 if we found MPI
#
# AC_SUBST variables:
# MPICC Name of MPI compiler
# MPI_CFLAGS Includes and defines for MPI C compilation
# MPI_CLDFLAGS Libraries and library paths for linking MPI C programs
#
# MPICXX Name of MPI C++ compiler
# MPI_CXXFLAGS Includes and defines for MPI C++ compilation
# MPI_CXXLDFLAGS Libraries and library paths for linking MPI C++ programs
#
# MPIF77 Name of MPI Fortran 77 compiler
# MPI_F77FLAGS Includes and defines for MPI Fortran 77 compilation
# MPI_F77LDFLAGS Libraries and library paths for linking MPI Fortran 77 programs
#
# MPIFC Name of MPI Fortran compiler
# MPI_FFLAGS Includes and defines for MPI Fortran compilation
# MPI_FLDFLAGS Libraries and library paths for linking MPI Fortran programs
#
# Shell variables output by this macro:
# have_C_mpi 'yes' if we found MPI for C, 'no' otherwise
# have_CXX_mpi 'yes' if we found MPI for C++, 'no' otherwise
# have_F77_mpi 'yes' if we found MPI for F77, 'no' otherwise
# have_F_mpi 'yes' if we found MPI for Fortran, 'no' otherwise
#
AC_DEFUN([LX_FIND_MPI],
[
AC_LANG_CASE(
[C], [
AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])
if [[ ! -z "$MPICC" ]]; then
LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER(MPICC, [$MPICC], C)
else
LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER(MPICC, [mpicc mpiicc mpixlc mpipgcc], C)
fi
],
[C++], [
AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CXX])
if [[ ! -z "$MPICXX" ]]; then
LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER(MPICXX, [$MPICXX], CXX)
else
LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER(MPICXX, [mpicxx mpiCC mpic++ mpig++ mpiicpc mpipgCC mpixlC], CXX)
fi
],
[F77], [
AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_F77])
if [[ ! -z "$MPIF77" ]]; then
LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER(MPIF77, [$MPIF77], F77)
else
LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER(MPIF77, [mpif77 mpiifort mpixlf77 mpixlf77_r], F77)
fi
],
[Fortran], [
AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_FC])
if [[ ! -z "$MPIFC" ]]; then
LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER(MPIFC, [$MPIFC], F)
else
mpi_default_fc="mpif95 mpif90 mpigfortran mpif2003"
mpi_intel_fc="mpiifort"
mpi_xl_fc="mpixlf95 mpixlf95_r mpixlf90 mpixlf90_r mpixlf2003 mpixlf2003_r"
mpi_pg_fc="mpipgf95 mpipgf90"
LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER(MPIFC, [$mpi_default_fc $mpi_intel_fc $mpi_xl_fc $mpi_pg_fc], F)
fi
])
])
#
# LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER([compiler-var-name], [compiler-names], [output-var-prefix])
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# AC_SUBST variables:
# MPI_<prefix>FLAGS Includes and defines for MPI compilation
# MPI_<prefix>LDFLAGS Libraries and library paths for linking MPI C programs
#
# Shell variables output by this macro:
# found_mpi_flags 'yes' if we were able to get flags, 'no' otherwise
#
AC_DEFUN([LX_QUERY_MPI_COMPILER],
[
# Try to find a working MPI compiler from the supplied names
AC_PATH_PROGS($1, [$2], [not-found])
# Figure out what the compiler responds to to get it to show us the compile
# and link lines. After this part of the macro, we'll have a valid
# lx_mpi_command_line
echo -n "Checking whether $$1 responds to '-showme:compile'... "
lx_mpi_compile_line=`$$1 -showme:compile 2>/dev/null`
if [[ "$?" -eq 0 ]]; then
echo yes
lx_mpi_link_line=`$$1 -showme:link 2>/dev/null`
else
echo no
echo -n "Checking whether $$1 responds to '-showme'... "
lx_mpi_command_line=`$$1 -showme 2>/dev/null`
if [[ "$?" -ne 0 ]]; then
echo no
echo -n "Checking whether $$1 responds to '-compile-info'... "
lx_mpi_compile_line=`$$1 -compile-info 2>/dev/null`
if [[ "$?" -eq 0 ]]; then
echo yes
lx_mpi_link_line=`$$1 -link-info 2>/dev/null`
else
echo no
echo -n "Checking whether $$1 responds to '-show'... "
lx_mpi_command_line=`$$1 -show 2>/dev/null`
if [[ "$?" -eq 0 ]]; then
echo yes
else
echo no
fi
fi
else
echo yes
fi
fi
if [[ ! -z "$lx_mpi_compile_line" -a ! -z "$lx_mpi_link_line" ]]; then
lx_mpi_command_line="$lx_mpi_compile_line $lx_mpi_link_line"
fi
if [[ ! -z "$lx_mpi_command_line" ]]; then
# Now extract the different parts of the MPI command line. Do these separately in case we need to
# parse them all out in future versions of this macro.
lx_mpi_defines=` echo "$lx_mpi_command_line" | grep -o -- '\(^\| \)-D\([[^\"[:space:]]]\+\|\"[[^\"[:space:]]]\+\"\)'`
lx_mpi_includes=` echo "$lx_mpi_command_line" | grep -o -- '\(^\| \)-I\([[^\"[:space:]]]\+\|\"[[^\"[:space:]]]\+\"\)'`
lx_mpi_link_paths=` echo "$lx_mpi_command_line" | grep -o -- '\(^\| \)-L\([[^\"[:space:]]]\+\|\"[[^\"[:space:]]]\+\"\)'`
lx_mpi_libs=` echo "$lx_mpi_command_line" | grep -o -- '\(^\| \)-l\([[^\"[:space:]]]\+\|\"[[^\"[:space:]]]\+\"\)'`
lx_mpi_link_args=` echo "$lx_mpi_command_line" | grep -o -- '\(^\| \)-Wl,\([[^\"[:space:]]]\+\|\"[[^\"[:space:]]]\+\"\)'`
# Create variables and clean up newlines and multiple spaces
MPI_$3FLAGS="$lx_mpi_defines $lx_mpi_includes"
MPI_$3LDFLAGS="$lx_mpi_link_paths $lx_mpi_libs $lx_mpi_link_args"
MPI_$3FLAGS=` echo "$MPI_$3FLAGS" | tr '\n' ' ' | sed 's/^[[ \t]]*//;s/[[ \t]]*$//' | sed 's/ +/ /g'`
MPI_$3LDFLAGS=`echo "$MPI_$3LDFLAGS" | tr '\n' ' ' | sed 's/^[[ \t]]*//;s/[[ \t]]*$//' | sed 's/ +/ /g'`
OLD_CPPFLAGS=$CPPFLAGS
OLD_LIBS=$LIBS
CPPFLAGS=$MPI_$3FLAGS
LIBS=$MPI_$3LDFLAGS
AC_TRY_LINK([#include <mpi.h>],
[int rank, size;
MPI_Comm_rank(MPI_COMM_WORLD, &rank);
MPI_Comm_size(MPI_COMM_WORLD, &size);],
[# Add a define for testing at compile time.
AC_DEFINE([HAVE_MPI], [1], [Define to 1 if you have MPI libs and headers.])
have_$3_mpi='yes'],
[# zero out mpi flags so we don't link against the faulty library.
MPI_$3FLAGS=""
MPI_$3LDFLAGS=""
have_$3_mpi='no'])
# AC_SUBST everything.
AC_SUBST($1)
AC_SUBST(MPI_$3FLAGS)
AC_SUBST(MPI_$3LDFLAGS)
LIBS=$OLD_LIBS
CPPFLAGS=$OLD_CPPFLAGS
else
echo Unable to find suitable MPI Compiler. Try setting $1.
have_$3_mpi='no'
fi
])