Alin Marin Elena writes:
> i was looking today at hdf5 to use it. All nice for the parallel
> version but then i noticed there is no hpc version for the serial
> Would be nice to have one with compiler as dependency (fortran
> interface will have a lot of .mod which are compiler depedent). Also
> the serial version seems to miss a .pc
The 'serial' version is there mostly for 'legacy' purposes:
Other packages which require hdf5 may use it.
For those packages .mod files are not really interesting
as they usually do not use the fortran API.
Since the hdf5 package does not create .pc files these are
generated by special macros which are only available in the
HPC build. Whoever maintains the non-HPC build is welcome to
add a .pc file.
However, bottom line: one should use the HPC version when building
user software. There is a little overhead involved using modules,
however this can easily be used to the users environment.
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