In my quest to have my new model driver be versatile, I tried testing a 32 bit linux version (KIM_SYSTEMARCH = 32bit). However, I can’t even get the API to compile (gcc 4.8.1 on a 64 bit kernel). I get lots of errors like:
gfortran -fPIC -fcray-pointer -I/home_radon/bernstei/src/work/OpenKIM/openkim-api-v1.4.0/KIM_API -D KIM_ARCHTYPE=0 -D KIM_LINK_VALUE=2 -c -O3 -g -Wall -pedantic KIM_API_F.F90
Error: Type mismatch in argument ‘nm’ at (1); passed INTEGER(8) to INTEGER(4)
Is this a known problem? Should I get a newer version of gcc 4.8? Should -m32 be passed as a flag, which it doesn’t seem to now?