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User's Guide: Linking MathKeisan
To link, use the SUPER-UX command f90, or the cross-compile command sxf90. If your code is compiled with the f90 -dw flag (the default), link with the libraries listed in Table 1. If your code is compiled with the f90 -ew flag, link with the libraries in Table 2. Link the libraries in the order shown, or use the f90 -h lib_cyclic flag. Please see Table 3 for the integer and real data types used in the libraries.
Link errors may occur if the MathKeisan libraries cannot be found.
The default directory containing MathKeisan libraries is
When linking with MathKeisan Libraries (except CBLAS and BLACS) using the C/C++ compiler,
append -f90lib compile/link option on the command line.
When linking with f90, if any of the symbols
The MathKeisan SX libraries for different data types are listed in Table 3.
Libraries in Table 3 are for either 4-byte (32-bit) integer data type
Code compiled with the f90 default -dw uses 4-byte integers, and should be linked to libraries shown under the heading "4-byte integer".
Code compiled with f90 -ew uses 8-byte integers, and should be linked to libraries shown under the heading "8-byte integer".
The floating-point data type is either implicit, which is indicated when the "Prefix" column is empty, or is determined by the prefix of the subprogram name, as follows:
Note that in Table 4, the subprograms for 8-byte integer data type
(f90 -ew) have 8-byte real data type for both the