[gmx-users] assembly loops for multiple architectures

David van der Spoel spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Sun Jan 8 12:31:17 CET 2006

P K wrote:

>  From the documentation, it's not clear to me how to build a version 
> of Gromacs 3.3 that includes assembly loops for multiple 
> architectures.  Is there a way to make a single set of executables 
> that will use appropriate assembly loops depending on the host 
> architecture?

No. You will to compile separately for e.g. Itanium, x86, x86_64 etc.

> (I'm not sure if this is necessary, but I've modified the source in 
> gmxlib/nonbonded to allow testing of multiple architectures.  However, 
> I still need to be able to compile the assembly loops.)
> Thanks,
> --Peter
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