teodor... at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 18:22:50 CEST 2008
definitely your output is wrong.. but not even designed in that way!
if you have a look at the source of the page http://cp2k.berlios.de/input
you will find
that is absolutely different from yours!
Sure enough the intel compiler is messing up the output when it finds
a WRITE(unit,*) which
is the case here.. (i.e. the compiler decides that lines too long than
80 in an unformatted write will be splitted!)
I'm making that part of the code more robust and will send you a
follow-up when done.
On Jul 23, 6:03 pm, ilya <ily... at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've uploaded index.html to files section.
> Browsed under windows xp sp3 with IE 6 and firefox 220.127.116.11. The
> result does not depend on newline type (unix <newline> or dos
> <carriage return, newline>).
> Compiled with intel ifort 10.1.008.
> On Jul 23, 7:41 pm, Teodoro Laino <teodor... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Ilya,
> > I asked you to do a complete report because just looking into the
> > code I realized that we DO NOT
> > write formatted output for HTML so I cannot imagine from where your
> > problem is coming..
> > I suspect (AGAIN) a compiler bug..
> > which is the compiler you used to compile cp2k?
> > Teo
> > p.s.: please specify all these info when looking for help.. this
> > makes the job easier for the people
> > that may want to help you!
> > On 23 Jul 2008, at 17:29, ilya wrote:
> > >> But I'm skeptical since that's html and I think you can use newlines
> > >> in html!
> > > Newlines that break tags? Are you sure?
> > > PS As to FORMATTED/UNFORMATTED - maybe. I don't know fortran well.
> > > Ilya.
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