[easybuild] BOOST_ROOT

2016-08-11 Thread Joachim Hein
Hi, I had a user complaining that the easybuild generated Boost modules do not set a BOOST_ROOT env variable. Having done a bit of research, it seems that this is quite common (standard?) thing to have and many set-ups expect this. They figured themselves by export BOOST_ROOT=$EBROOTBOOST

[easybuild] Lua modules and Lmod

2016-08-11 Thread Maxime Boissonneault
Hi, I am looking at modules generated with EasyBuild. I have the following config parameters: modules-tool: Lmod module-naming-scheme=HierarchicalMNS module-syntax=Lua For some reason, the GCC module contains a conflict over GCC: [mboisson@colosse1 easybuild]$ cat

Re: [easybuild] Lua modules and Lmod

2016-08-11 Thread Kenneth Hoste
Hi Maxime, On 11/08/16 15:15, Maxime Boissonneault wrote: Hi, I am looking at modules generated with EasyBuild. I have the following config parameters: modules-tool: Lmod module-naming-scheme=HierarchicalMNS module-syntax=Lua For some reason, the GCC module contains a conflict over GCC:

Re: [easybuild] Lua modules and Lmod

2016-08-11 Thread Maxime Boissonneault
Hi Kenneth, I just used the default GCC-4.9.2.eb file. Indeed, I would expect this to be a config parameter. If I can get a bit of guidance on how to define a new config parameter and then how to use it in the module generation, I don't mind doing a pull request for it. Regards, Maxime

Re: [easybuild] Lua modules and Lmod

2016-08-11 Thread Pablo Escobar Lopez
Hi Maxime, maybe this simple example showing how to add a new cli flag to easybuild can help you as reference https://github.com/hpcugent/easybuild-framework/pull/1250/files regards, Pablo. 2016-08-11 15:51 GMT+02:00 Maxime Boissonneault < maxime.boissonnea...@calculquebec.ca>: > Hi Kenneth, >