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new version of MARK | v10

Postby egc » Thu Aug 04, 2022 11:56 am

Gary White recently posted the following in another thread:

I have made major changes to the code to use FORTRAN 2008 features to change how the PIMs were addressed. These changes make the code much more readable and easier to modify and add data types, and should not be noticed by users. The current version of MARK is 10.0, August 4, 2022.
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I'm going to update the version of the MARK installer that is currently available on PhiDot to this newest version (10.x.x). If you have any problems with the new version (there shouldn't be - in theory), post them here.
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Re: new version of MARK | v10

Postby zlmchalo » Mon Apr 10, 2023 5:38 pm

Is there a Mark 10.x.x version available that is compiled for macOS Intel? It seems that the latest on the download page link for macOS is 9.x.
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Re: new version of MARK | v10

Postby cooch » Mon Apr 10, 2023 5:42 pm

For the moment, no. The fact that you want an 'Intel-based' version means its possible. I'll see what I can do. But, unless you need specific models that are available only in MARK 10.x (and there aren't many such models), the version 9.x that you have is fine.
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Re: new version of MARK | v10

Postby zlmchalo » Wed Apr 12, 2023 5:43 pm

OK, thanks. A compiled MARK 10.x.x for macOS Intel will be much appreciated.
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Re: new version of MARK | v10

Postby cooch » Wed Apr 12, 2023 6:09 pm

zlmchalo wrote:OK, thanks. A compiled MARK 10.x.x for macOS Intel will be much appreciated.


Well, I've reached out to one of the few Mac users I know who has the various FORTRAN compilers that are needed to compile MARK. Perhaps by the end of the week.
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Re: new version of MARK | v10

Postby cooch » Wed Apr 12, 2023 8:44 pm

Courtesy of Brett McClintock, v 10.1 has now been compiled for Intel-based Macs running recent OS/X. Available in the usual download locations. I decided to keep both the v. 9.x binary in the .zip archive, in case people have problems with the 10.1 binary. This version of MARK is compiled with recent versions of gfortran and associated libraries (Gary and I usually use gfortran 11.x or 12.x, depending on the platform - Windows or Linux). So, if your system starts complaining about this library or that, you'll need to upgrade things on your end.

Again, thanks to Brett McClintock for taking time out of his busy schedule to build a MARK binary for v 10.1.
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Re: new version of MARK | v10

Postby zlmchalo » Tue Apr 18, 2023 11:25 am

OK, many thanks for MARK 10.1 compiled for macOS Intel - appreciate the effort of all concerned to provide that.But haven't got it to run yet under universal GNU Fortran 12.2. Seems like a static link issue and I am exploring further. Meanwhile, 9.x continues to work fine.
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Re: new version of MARK | v10

Postby cooch » Tue Apr 18, 2023 1:15 pm

zlmchalo wrote:OK, many thanks for MARK 10.1 compiled for macOS Intel - appreciate the effort of all concerned to provide that. But haven't got it to run yet under universal GNU Fortran 12.2. Seems like a static link issue and I am exploring further. Meanwhile, 9.x continues to work fine.


I can't help in the short run, but...if your 'attempt' throws any sort of error message, worth posting here (so we might be able to figure out what the problem is).
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Re: new version of MARK | v10

Postby gwhite » Tue Apr 18, 2023 2:01 pm

Here are the options used with gfortrran 12.2"
This version was compiled by GCC version 12.2.0 using the options:
-cpp -iprefix c:\tdm-gcc-64\mingw64\bin\../lib/gcc/x86_64-w64-mingw32/12.2.0/
-D_MT -D_REENTRANT -U_REENTRANT -D ieee -D dbleprecision -m64 -mtune=generic
-march=x86-64 -mthreads -O3 -std=f2018 -fsignaling-nans
-ffpe-summary=invalid,zero,overflow,underflow -funroll-loops -ffast-math
-fall-intrinsics -fopenmp.

Same options used with -m32 as well.


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