This page tells you how to compile and link your program with CXML for the Fortran and C languages on various platforms. It also describes how to link with the CXML parallel library.
To compile and link a Fortran program that contains calls to CXML routines, use one of the following commands:
|Compaq Tru64 UNIX||f77 my_prog.f -lcxml|
|f90 my_prog.f90 -lcxml|
|LINUX||fort my_prog.f -lcxml|
To compile and link a Fortran program with the parallel version of CXML:
|f77 my_prog.f -lcxmlp|
To compile and link a C program that contains calls to CXML routines, use one of the following commands:
|Compaq Tru64 UNIX||cc -migrate my_prog.c -lcxml|
|LINUX||ccc my_prog.c -lcxml|
my_prog.f and my_prog.f90 are example Fortran programs.
my_prog.c is an example C program.
For Tru64 UNIX, using the -migrate flag lets you take advantage of the Compaq C compilation environment.
Index of CXML Routines