Ah ok, thanks for that. Following your advice definitely got me a step 
further with compiling.

Lucy

On 2016-09-13 6:26 pm, Frank Loeffler wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 05:00:06PM +0200, L.S. Oswald wrote:
>> I haven't been able to work out which gcc version I use, but I think 
>> you're
>> correct that it's an old version.
> 
> gcc --version
> 
>   should tell you the version
> 
>> Could you advise me on how to direct the code to compile with the 
>> correct
>> version of gcc? I attempted to do so by changing the CC flag in my
>> configuration file but that didn't seem to do anything: the program 
>> compiled
>> with gcc even when I changed the CC flag to a random word.
> 
> That's what you usually put into the config file.
> 
> That is, where you quoted:
> 
> # Whenever this version string changes, the application is configured
> 
> # and rebuilt from scratch
> 
> VERSION = 2012-04-11
> 
> 
> 
> CPP = cpp
> 
> FPP = cpp
> 
> CC  = gcc
> 
> CXX = g++
> 
> #F77 = gfortran
> 
> #F90 = gfortran
> 
> F77 = gfortran-4.6
> 
> F90 = gfortran-4.6
> 
> If you change something there, and especially if you just start out, it
> is safest to delete configs/YOURSPECIFIEDNAME before a retry. (Where
> YOURSPECIFIEDNAME is 'sim' be default if you used simfactory).
> 
> Frank
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