Problems compiling with libsbml 3.1.1
17 Jun '08 12:54
I am trying to compile my code which uses the most recent version of libsbml (3.1.1). I installed it by following the instructions, and it recognizes all the sbml functions ... However, this is what it gives me:
ld: cannot find -lsbml
ld: skipping incompatible /home/selass1/sbml/lib/libsbml.a when searching for -lsbml
ld: skipping incompatible /home/selass1/sbml/lib/libsbml.so when searching for -lsbml
Now, my understanding is that this is caused by I am compiling the library on a 32bit machine, but compiling and running the code on a 64bit machine:
I am using the Cell Broadband Engine (CBE) SDK using Eclipse. The code is to run on a 64bit machine, and the SDK simulates the 64bit machine during compile time.
I tried to resolve the issue by compiling the libsbml library on the 64bit machine, and copying the shared library files onto the 32bit machine ... no luck.
Any ideas on what I am doing wrong or how I can proceed to resolve the issue?
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