MOCASSIN 2.02 manual
Writing a new Makefile
MOCASSIN’s source code is identical for all platforms, only the makefile changes. To write a new makefile a good place to start is to find out what Fortran 90 compiler is installed on your machine and then read the compiler’s man pages. e.g. if you are using xlf90, then just type
man xlf90 and read all the available compiler options. You will need to include some sort of optimisation ﬂag and some other MPI related ﬂags. You can refer to the makefiles given here for the other platforms.
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