> Sorry, I have not done it yet.
> BTW, there is no instruction for proper installation
> of libcpml.a.
> I see /lib/libm.so.* and /usr/lib/libm.a in the original RedHat
> distribution. So what should I do to use libcpml.a?
> Thank you.
> Those who wants to benchmark the new library with the
> Polyhedron's F77BENCH.ZIP on a Unix-like machine will find
> useful and much more convenient than the original
> zip file. It's got a Makefile!
> G. Hugh Song
> PS: Reply to ghsong "at" kjist "dot" ac "dot" kr, if you really have to.
I have read Steve Lionel's reply on the above question of mine.
In fact, I replaced /usr/lib/libm.a with libcpml.a.
I am not sure. But, I don't see any change (from libffm.a) in
the benchmark result after using libcpml.a. Maybe I am
not using it properly. BTW, I have installed GOTO's
other custom BLAS routines also.
Because the untared file is ready to compile and run, I would like
to ask people to obtain the benchmark results for all of us.
The original f77bench is found at http://www.polyhedron.co.uk/
G. Hugh Song
PS: Reply to ghsong "at" kjist "dot" ac "dot" kr, if you really have to.