On Mon, 2006-08-21 at 09:38 +0200, Ralf Wildenhues wrote: > Revision 11268 makes me curious: > > | M /trunk/config/ompi_setup_cxx.m4 > | > | Reorder the C++ compiler discovery stages. Check first the compiler vendor > | before checking if we are able to compile the test program. This is required > | for windows as the C++ conftest.c file generated by configure cannot be > | compiled with the Microsoft cl.exe compiler (because of the exit function > | prototype). So if we detect a vendor equal to microsoft we will assume > | that the compiler is correctly installed (which is true on Windows most > | of the time anyway). > > I believe to have killed all problematic exit cases from the OpenMPI > configury some time ago. Did I miss any, or did the remaining ones > come from some other package (so we can fix that one)? Which Autoconf > version was used (2.60 should not use any exit declarations itself any > more)?
For one, I think I forgot to commit the patch you sent (shame on me!). But I know George wasn't using AC 2.60 at the time. He was going to try that and see if it helped. Brian