[zeromq-dev] compiling zeromq 2.0 beta2 with pgm on centOS

Steven McCoy steven.mccoy at miru.hk
Wed Jan 20 14:31:54 CET 2010

2010/1/20 Guo, Yanchao <Yanchao.Guo at sac.com>

> tel icc/icpc, there are couple of issues. First I have to replace the
> option "--param max-inline-insns-single=600" with "finline-limit=600", and
> make icpc as the C compiler so that code like "for (int i = 0, i < 100...) "
> will compile, but I still have the following error related to "gpointer":
Hi Guo,

  It would appear the Intel compiler is not C99 compliant, the C99 standard
allows assigning of any pointer type to and from a void pointer.  The Intel
compiler should work against a C99 built library though, G++ and MSVC both
work fine with only c++98 compliance.  Compiler optimizations make no
significant differences to the PGM protocol performance.

I have no license for the Intel Compiler Suite and no intention of
supporting the C89 standard for OpenPGM, so currently this compiler is not
supported for OpenPGM.

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