[gmx-developers] windows blues

Roland Schulz roland at utk.edu
Thu Nov 12 16:48:40 CET 2015


the dll should be in the bin folder. You need to set the PATH to include
that bin folder.


On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 9:40 AM, Mark Abraham <mark.j.abraham at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> master branch has a bug that a new Windows configuration is provoking. I
> suspect I know what the problem is, but it'd be nice to break into the
> debugger to be sure. Details are at
> http://jenkins.gromacs.org/job/Gromacs_Gerrit_master_nrwpo/OPTIONS=icc-16.0%20msvc-2015%20fftpack%20host=bs-win2012r2,label=bs-win2012r2/164/consoleFull,
> but when I log into that machine to run the correct offending
> gmxpreprocess-test binary, I get a nice Windows popup telling me that
> libxml2.dll is missing. Yet by design we only have
> C:/utils/lib64/lib/libxml2.lib available, i.e. for static linking. The
> linking succeeded, so this library got found, and the Jenkins setup got
> this binary to run, so it must be possible. My own build with VS+Intel has
> the same problem. Is there some special sauce needed to get it to know what
> to do?
> Mark

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