Compiles and links MPI programs written in Fortran 90
This command can be used to compile and link MPI programs written in
Fortran 90. It provides the options and any special libraries that are
needed to compile and link MPI programs.
This command is still under development, as is support in MPICH
for Fortran 90.
It is important to use this command (or a Makefile processed with
mpireconfig) particularly when linking programs, as it provides
the necessary libraries. It can also simplify the use of the MPE
profiling libraries, through the use of the -mpilog, -mpitrace,
and -mpianim commands.
Command line arguments
- Build version that generate MPE log files
- Build version that generates traces
- Build version that generates real-time
- Show the commands that would be used without
- Give short help
- Show exactly what this program is doing.
This option should normally not be used.
- are passed to the compiler or linker. For example, -c
causes files to be compiled, -g selects compilation with debugging
on most systems, and -o name causes linking with the output
executable given the name name.
The environment variables MPICH_F90 and MPICH_F90LINKER may be used
to select different Fortran compiler and linker. Note that since
MPICH is built with a particular C and Fortran compiler, change the
compilers used can cause problems. Use this only if you could intermix
code compiled with the different compilers.
To compile a single file foo.f, use
mpif90 -c foo.f
To link the output and make an executable, use
mpif90 -o foo foo.o
Combining compilation and linking in a single command
mpif90 -o foo foo.f
is a convenient way to build simple programs.
mpicc, mpif77, mpiCC, mpireconfig