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Re: [Condor-users] condor_compile in windows?

No, you haven't missed anything - condor_compile on Windows is in fact
a dead end.
There is no support for condor_compile or checkpointing on Windows.
(In theory, I'd imagine the actual condor_compiling could be made to
work as a cross compiler/linker for Linux jobs without too much
trouble, but I don't know why you'd want to bother with that)

I don't actually imagine that windows checkpointing is ever going to
be supported at a per-process level, but nearly everyone will be happy
with suspending and migrating virtual machines so it's not going to be
that big of a loss.


On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Rob Stevenson
<r.stevenson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Sorry if I've missed something obvious, but I have come to a seemingly dead
> end!
> Does anyone know anything about using condor_compile in a Windows
> environment? The normal install doesn't appear to contain a condor_compile
> script, is this normal? Is there any documentation about installing / using
> the condor_compile script in Windows?
> Also, I read in some old threads (2005) that ifort, the Intel Fortran
> compiler didn't work with condor_compile. Is this still the case?
> Thanks for any help that can be offered,
> Rob
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