using other compilers
I got my answers and this topic can be closed
i am not a good programmer but for some studies i am trying to recompile the icoFoam solver (not really necessary) with an other c++ compiler.
First there were many problems with missing header files, but after putting them (about 2000) into a special folder, the compiler got them.
Now the Header files produce many errors like:
/home/me/include/scalar.H(40): error: pTraits is not a template
/home/me/include/scalar.H(40): error: identifier "Scalar" is undefined
/home/me/include/scalar.H(42): error: "Scalar" is not a type name
the code of scalar.H in that lines is:
i am wondering that the makefile compiler works with that file and mine produces many errors.
Can you give me a hint how to go on ?
I guess the compiler wants to have an other syntax, but than i would have to change each used header file..:eek:
have you experiences with other compilers ?
I have the same problem. Could u plz tell me how u fixed your problem?
Thank u in advance.
my post is 5 years old and I dont know my aim of compiling it.
I guess there are two possibilities:
The first is compiling it on windows.
Finally I used blueCFD http://joomla.bluecape.com.pt/index....d=18&Itemid=30 which is a whole package of compiled windows solvers. It is very good working.
The second possibility is that i wanted to modify the solver in order to get the kernel processing on GPU.
Have a look at http://www.vratis.com/.
Sorry it is too long time ago :(
For future reference:
The error results from the environment variable $WM_SP not being set. Because of that, scalar.H does not define the type scalar.
I encountered this error while trying to compile a C++ file with Intel Compiler using an OpenFOAM header file.
This post told me to use the compiler flag -DWM-DP (double precision) and now it works!
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