Topic: Disenable MPI feature
I have been given a code, that includes the option of having it compiled for parellel computing (MPI), which is unfortunately selected by standard. The compilation of this standard option doesnt work as the compiler is looking for an mpif.h file that it cant find. For me, it would be totally sufficient to run it sequentially and unselect the MPI option.
I am told that this is possible by specifying in the Makefile "MODE=SEQ". But how can I specify a custom makefile? I have unticked the option "Always Renegerate Makefile" under "Project Options/Make Options" and just added "Mode=SEQ" in the Makefile created by SF in the preceding compilation attempt. But this doesnt do the trick.
Alternatively, is there a way to tell the compiler to use the "MODE=SEQ" option without fiddling with the makefile?
Thanks for any help!