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On 6/05/2011 10:01 AM, Vitaly Chaban wrote:
<div class="gmail_quote">On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 7:23 PM, Peter C.
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On 2011-05-05 03:22:14PM -0500, Vitaly Chaban wrote:<br>
> Could anybody share the executable of gromacs 4.X.X for
> On a related note, if the procedure of compilation is
available, why not to put the resulting executable(s) for
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Not sure if it will help, as you will still need to figure out
get the FFTW libraries on there, and then gromacs would have
had to be<br>
(re)compiled so it knew where to locate them. Plus how to
you wanted 32bit or 64bit and single vs. double precision. IMO
just way too many permutations to provide binaries for all of
if it was statically linked to fftw.<br>
Anyway, there are no binaries for any other platforms to
(so it's not like it's a windows-specific observation).</blockquote>
For teaching purposes, it would be really great to have a line of
statically linked windows versions. Even if it the only default
executable per version, i.e. single-precision, 32-bit, so on....</blockquote>
Sure, but it's work to set up and maintain a database of relocatable
binaries, and it creates the expectation that it will be done for
more platforms... Someone who values it would have to take
responsibility for it :-)<br>