[Users] Issue with ExternalLibraries/HDF5 in dev version

Ian Hinder ian.hinder at aei.mpg.de
Fri Oct 16 08:17:49 CDT 2015

On 16 Oct 2015, at 14:47, Christian D. Ott <cott at tapir.caltech.edu> wrote:

> Hi Frank,
> On 10/15/15 21:24, Frank Loeffler wrote:
>>> I fixed the problem locally by introducing
>>> HDF5_LIB_DIRS="${HDF5_DIR}/lib"
>> That would work, but another function earlier should have picked up the
>> library and set the variable already at that point. I'll look into it,
>> but don't have the time immediately. For the moment it might help if you
>> could set CCTK_HOME, just run detect.sh alone outside of Cactus, and
>> send the output. It would be interesting to see whether it failed to
>> find the library, or whether it just failed to set the variables as it
>> should.
> What do I have to set CCTK_HOME to for this to work? Sorry, I have no 
> experience with how the ExternalLibraries stuff works.

You could try reverting Frank's recent commits to the HDF5 thorn.  That fixed a similar problem on Datura.

Ian Hinder

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