dstrubbe at mit.edu
Mon Mar 9 19:40:22 PDT 2015
There is no relation between OpenMPI (i.e. the port openmpi you mention)
and OpenMP (which is a way of doing multithreading). Unfortunately similar
acronyms, but that's the only connection.
On Mon, Mar 9, 2015 at 9:11 PM, Jan Steinman <jan at ecoreality.org> wrote:
> I have built pdf2djvu with MacPorts, but in trying to use it with multiple
> processors, (option "-j0", meaning automagically use as many processors as
> are available), I get the following message:
> Warning: pdf2djvu was built without OpenMP support;
> multi-threading is disabled.
> "port variants pdf2djvu" does not show any way to link in multiprocessor
> support, even though I have built openmpi via "port install openmpi".
> Any ideas how I can enable multiprocessing with pdf2djvu and thus make the
> "-j" option useful?
> :::: In the increasingly mechanized, automated, cybernated environment of
> the modern world -- a cold, bodiless world of wheels, smooth plastic
> surfaces, tubes, pushbuttons, transistors, computers, jet propulsion,
> rockets to the moon, atomic energy -- man's need for affirmation of his
> biology has become that much more intense. -- Eldridge Cleaver
> :::: Jan Steinman, EcoReality Co-op ::::
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