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Re: [H5part] H5Hut fortran compiling

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  • From: "Gsell Achim (PSI)" <achim.gsell AT>
  • To: "Koch, Benjamin" <benjamin.koch2 AT>
  • Cc: "h5part AT" <h5part AT>
  • Subject: Re: [H5part] H5Hut fortran compiling
  • Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2021 13:46:04 +0000
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Hi Benjamin,

I will have a look soon. Since we are using the C bindings the Fortran
bindings are less well tested.



> On 25 Feb 2021, at 11:45, Koch, Benjamin <benjamin.koch2 AT>
> wrote:
> Hello team of H5Hut,
> I'm a master student of the RWTH-Aachen and I work for the Institute for
> Combustion Technology. My supervisor and I are interested in data
> management via HDF5.
> We are working on the simulation of nano-particle combustion. Because the
> current method for writing out particle quantities could be faster, we
> discover your program on github.
> Our simulation program uses fortran code, so we try to include the fortran
> part of H5Hut.
> I tried to run the examples and it worked for the C part of the code, but I
> can't get the fortran code working.
> I think there is a problem with the linking of the library. The library
> seems to be linked, but then the error messages follow that some functions
> are not found. For example "pathto/src/build/lib/ undefined
> reference to `h5_flush_iteration'".
> Before I get too deep into the solving this problem, I like to ask:
> The last updates of the fortran code seem to be some time ago, is it still
> up to date?
> Best regards
> Benjamin Koch

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