> .. and also,
> ..boost/numeric/bindings/detail/property_map.hpp(30): error C2039:
> 'property_map' : is not a member of
> The compiler is right, there is no such type in the adaptor_access..(just
> poured it from the sandbox)
You have to include the bindings for your matrix (probably
"ublas/matrix_proxy.hpp" in your case). I suggest
then you don't need to bother with any special headers.
> Please allow for a couple more questions.
> Want to use the bindings with mkl. Can I ? I thought I saw people
> on the web claiming they could - no problem, they said.
> Assuming this to be the case, can I also do it for the 64-bit builds?
when you use the "ilp64" memory model, you have to define
> If I do not use CLAPACK does this mean that I use the fortran interface?
> I have been assured from intel that mkl and clapack have the same
The name "clapack" has a slightly overloaded meaning... I guess they just
mean the f2c version of LAPACK, because the official c-bindings had a
different name (lapacke, if I remember correctly), and I guess Intel
doesn't refer to ATLAS. However, the name clapack for the bindings refers
> The C API of mkl does not provide with the const qualifiers. Neither
> the CLAPACK.h - at least the
> one I just checked upon in the web.
> Can I hope that the const qualifiers I see in the bindings are a result
> some extra effort put
> by the designers of the library (vary likely, some boost type "magic" ?
That was Rutger...
> Btw, is there a way to overwrite the include ? (or just
> my dummy one, caling mkl.h ) ?
Just don't define "BOOST_NUMERIC_BINDINGS_LAPACK_CLAPACK"...
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