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make.inc.in from attempted compiling of quantum espresso GPU version
(/shared/users/thomasaar/py37) /shared/users/thomasaar/downloads/q-e-gpu/install: more make.inc.in
# @configure_input@
# compilation rules
.SUFFIXES :
.SUFFIXES : .o .c .f .f90
# most fortran compilers can directly preprocess c-like directives: use
# $(MPIF90) $(F90FLAGS) -c $<
# if explicit preprocessing by the C preprocessor is needed, use:
# $(CPP) $(CPPFLAGS) $< -o $*.F90
# $(MPIF90) $(F90FLAGS) -c $*.F90 -o $*.o
# remember the tabulator in the first column !!!
.f90.o:
@f90rule@
# .f.o and .c.o: do not modify
.f.o:
$(F77) $(FFLAGS) -c $<
.c.o:
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $<
@SET_MAKE@
# Top QE directory, useful for locating libraries, linking QE with plugins
# The following syntax should always point to TOPDIR:
TOPDIR = $(dir $(abspath $(filter %make.inc,$(MAKEFILE_LIST))))
# if it doesn't work, uncomment the following line (edit if needed):
# TOPDIR = @topdir@
# DFLAGS = precompilation options (possible arguments to -D and -U)
# used by the C compiler and preprocessor
# To use libxc (v>=3.0.1), add -D__LIBXC to DFLAGS
# See include/defs.h.README for a list of options and their meaning
# With the exception of IBM xlf, FDFLAGS = $(DFLAGS)
# For IBM xlf, FDFLAGS is the same as DFLAGS with separating commas
# MANUAL_DFLAGS = additional precompilation option(s), if desired
# BEWARE: it does not work for IBM xlf! Manually edit FDFLAGS
MANUAL_DFLAGS =
DFLAGS = @dflags@
FDFLAGS = @fdflags@
# IFLAGS = how to locate directories with *.h or *.f90 file to be included
# typically -I$(TOPDIR)/include -I/some/other/directory/
# the latter contains .e.g. files needed by FFT libraries
# for libxc add -I/path/to/libxc/include/
IFLAGS = @iflags@
# MOD_FLAG = flag used by f90 compiler to locate modules
MOD_FLAG = @imod@
# BASEMOD_FLAGS points to directories containing basic modules,
# while BASEMODS points to the corresponding module libraries
# Each Makefile can add directories to MODFLAGS and libraries to QEMODS
BASEMOD_FLAGS= $(MOD_FLAG)$(TOPDIR)/iotk/src \
$(MOD_FLAG)$(TOPDIR)/Modules \
$(MOD_FLAG)$(TOPDIR)/FFTXlib \
$(MOD_FLAG)$(TOPDIR)/LAXlib \
$(MOD_FLAG)$(TOPDIR)/UtilXlib \
$(MOD_FLAG)$(TOPDIR)/FoX/finclude
# Compilers: fortran-90, fortran-77, C
# If a parallel compilation is desired, MPIF90 should be a fortran-90
# compiler that produces executables for parallel execution using MPI
# (such as for instance mpif90, mpf90, mpxlf90,...);
# otherwise, an ordinary fortran-90 compiler (f90, g95, xlf90, ifort,...)
# If you have a parallel machine but no suitable candidate for MPIF90,
# try to specify the directory containing "mpif.h" in IFLAGS
# and to specify the location of MPI libraries in MPI_LIBS
MPIF90 = @mpif90@
F90 = @f90@
CC = @cc@
F77 = @f77@
# GPU architecture (Kepler: 35, Pascal: 60, Volta: 70 )
GPU_ARCH=@gpu_arch@
# CUDA runtime (Pascal: 8.0, Volta: 9.0)
CUDA_RUNTIME=@gpu_runtime@
# CUDA F90 Flags
CUDA_F90FLAGS=@cuda_fflags@
# C preprocessor and preprocessing flags - for explicit preprocessing,
# if needed (see the compilation rules above)
# preprocessing flags must include DFLAGS and IFLAGS
CPP = @cpp@
CPPFLAGS = @cppflags@ $(DFLAGS) $(IFLAGS)
# compiler flags: C, F90, F77
# C flags must include DFLAGS and IFLAGS
# F90 flags must include MODFLAGS, IFLAGS, and FDFLAGS with appropriate syntax
CFLAGS = @cflags@ $(DFLAGS) $(IFLAGS)
F90FLAGS = @f90flags@ @pre_fdflags@$(FDFLAGS) $(CUDA_F90FLAGS) $(IFLAGS) $(MODFLAGS)
FFLAGS = @fflags@
# compiler flags without optimization for fortran-77
# the latter is NEEDED to properly compile dlamch.f, used by lapack
FFLAGS_NOOPT = @fflags_noopt@
# compiler flag needed by some compilers when the main program is not fortran
# Currently used for Yambo
FFLAGS_NOMAIN = @fflags_nomain@
# Linker, linker-specific flags (if any)
# Typically LD coincides with F90 or MPIF90, LD_LIBS is empty
# for libxc, set LD_LIBS=-L/path/to/libxc/lib/ -lxcf90 -lxc
LD = @ld@
LDFLAGS = @ldflags@
LD_LIBS = @ld_libs@
# External Libraries (if any) : blas, lapack, fft, MPI
# If you have nothing better, use the local copy via "--with-netlib" :
# BLAS_LIBS = /your/path/to/espresso/LAPACK/blas.a
# BLAS_LIBS_SWITCH = internal
BLAS_LIBS = @blas_libs@
BLAS_LIBS_SWITCH = @blas_libs_switch@
# If you have nothing better, use the local copy via "--with-netlib" :
# LAPACK_LIBS = /your/path/to/espresso/LAPACK/lapack.a
# LAPACK_LIBS_SWITCH = internal
# For IBM machines with essl (-D__ESSL): load essl BEFORE lapack !
# remember that LAPACK_LIBS precedes BLAS_LIBS in loading order
LAPACK_LIBS = @lapack_libs@
LAPACK_LIBS_SWITCH = @lapack_libs_switch@
SCALAPACK_LIBS = @scalapack_libs@
# nothing needed here if the the internal copy of FFTW is compiled
# (needs -D__FFTW in DFLAGS)
FFT_LIBS = @fft_libs@
# HDF5
HDF5_LIB = @hdf5_libs@
FOX_LIB = -L$(TOPDIR)/FoX/lib -lFoX_dom -lFoX_sax -lFoX_wxml -lFoX_common\
-lFoX_utils -lFoX_fsys
FOX_FLAGS = @foxflags@
# For parallel execution, the correct path to MPI libraries must
# be specified in MPI_LIBS (except for IBM if you use mpxlf)
MPI_LIBS = @mpi_libs@
# IBM-specific: MASS libraries, if available and if -D__MASS is defined in FDFLAGS
MASS_LIBS = @mass_libs@
# CUDA libraries
CUDA_LIBS=@cuda_libs@
CUDA_EXTLIBS = @cuda_extlibs@
# ar command and flags - for most architectures: AR = ar, ARFLAGS = ruv
AR = @ar@
ARFLAGS = @arflags@
# ranlib command. If ranlib is not needed (it isn't in most cases) use
# RANLIB = echo
RANLIB = @ranlib@
# all internal and external libraries - do not modify
FLIB_TARGETS = all
LIBOBJS = $(TOPDIR)/clib/clib.a $(TOPDIR)/iotk/src/libiotk.a
LIBXC_LIBS = @LIBS_LIBXC@
QELIBS = $(CUDA_LIBS) $(SCALAPACK_LIBS) $(LAPACK_LIBS) $(FOX_LIB) $(FFT_LIBS) $(BLAS_LIBS) $(MPI_LIBS) $(MASS_LIBS) $(HDF5_LIB) $(LIBXC_LIBS) $(LD_LIBS)
# wget or curl - useful to download from network
WGET = @wget@
# Install directory - "make install" copies *.x executables there
PREFIX = @prefix@
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