Intel MPI need to specify the compiler wrapped by the MPI wrapper. The default one seems to be gfortran. If use
Need to specify
-ifc=ifort in proper flags in
It would be nice if we can manage a repo that request support from other repo. For example, if you have repo A and hope to use repo B in A, and you hope to get updated with B. Simply use submodules!
First add from remote:
git submodule add https://github.com/user/repoB git commit -am 'Add submodule B' git push origin master
If you hope to clone A with submodule B:
git clone https://github.com/user/repoA git submodule init git submodule update
git clone --recurse-submodules https://github.com/user/repoA
If submodule B has been upgraded by the owner, we could simply update A with this modification by:
cd B git fetch git merge origin master
conda create -n test_pyroms python=3.8
pyromsto install libs
makefileto avoid link to pre-installed netCDF lib/inc by Intel/PGI for model usage, and redirect to anaconda packaged path.
netcdf.incis not found in conda env path, just copy one from pre-installed netCDF include path.