[Users] Compiling ET Using PGI

Haas, Roland rhaas at illinois.edu
Thu Nov 29 14:10:06 CST 2018

Hello Chris,

> Roland pointed out that I may be using an incorrect flag to include the
> c++11 standards so I'll review that as well. I also attached my config file
> in case that helps.
You should be able to make it work by adding the option I provided to

CXXFLAGS = -std=c++11

though you will probably have to add something like:


b/c some of the features that Cactus needs go beyond the strict
standard and are part of POSIX (2008 I think), and _GNU_SOURCE just
gives you all of it (for glibc / libstdc++).

I believe the configure script will tell you exactly what is needed if
you run without -D_GNU_SOURCE once.


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