|Bill Allombert on Fri, 10 Feb 2012 18:15:00 +0100|
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|Re: Installation issue with GMP 5.0.2|
On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 04:44:41PM +0000, James Wanless wrote: > I have some _suggestions_ (only) if you're still game... > J > > On 10 Feb 2012, at 16:32, Frank Thorne wrote: > > > > >Hello all, I am trying to install PARI/GP with GMP (so I can use > >Karim Belabas's cubic package) -- so far without success. > > > >I am running Mac OS Version 10.5.8. I just freshly installed GMP > >version 5.0.2 using MacPorts and "sudo port install gmp" and it > >seems to have installed fine. > > > >I next tried to reinstall Pari/GP 2.5.1 (make clean and then ./ > >Configure). The following is from the output: > > > >...Found libgmp in /usr/local/lib > >...Found gmp header in /opt/local/include > >### Your version of GMP is too old for PARI. Please upgrade > >### Building without GNU MP support > > I wonder if you should tell Pari to use the version of GMP installed > in /opt/local [by MacPorts] (rather than usr/local where it appears > you have another GMP installation, possibly outdated). Maybe "./ > Configure --with-gmp=/opt/local" or such... James is right: it is important that libgmp and gmp header are from the same installation. Do ./Configure --with-gmp=/opt/local and check that it prints: ...Found libgmp in /opt/local/lib ...Found gmp header in /opt/local/include Cheers, Bill.