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 Rich May 11, 2010 18:06

Using the MinGW Compiler with MPI

Hello All:

Has anyone used the Open-MPI system in combination with the MinGW compiler suite? I've got MinGW (a gcc-compatible compiler collection for Windows) on my machine and I need to find an MPI release that can be used with it. Anyone have experience here?

Regards,

Rich

 valgrinda May 15, 2010 17:20

code::blocks + mingw + MPICH2

Hei,

I use code::blocks as an IDE for mingw on windows xp 32 bit. For MPI I use the MPICH2 implementation, that works very well in a windows environment, I am not sure about Open MPI (I use it on a mac, though). For the code::blocks/MPICH2 combination, just add the linker and include paths to the compiler settings and you are all set (if you use the default install folders for MPICH2):
Search Directories: C:\Program Files\MPICH2\include

cheers

Hans

 Rich May 17, 2010 17:25

Quote:
 Originally Posted by valgrinda (Post 258943) Hei, I use code::blocks as an IDE for mingw on windows xp 32 bit. For MPI I use the MPICH2 implementation, that works very well in a windows environment, I am not sure about Open MPI (I use it on a mac, though). For the code::blocks/MPICH2 combination, just add the linker and include paths to the compiler settings and you are all set (if you use the default install folders for MPICH2): linker: C:\Program Files\MPICH2\lib\mpi.lib Search Directories: C:\Program Files\MPICH2\include cheers Hans
Hello Hans:

Thanks for your response. Where did you get your MPICH2 implementation? Did it come with code::blocks, or did you find it elsewhere?

Regards,

Rich

 valgrinda May 17, 2010 17:28

Mpich2

Hei Rich,

Cheers
Hans

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