Intel Fortran on Windows provides an easy way to use Fortran MPI on Windows. The Intel Fortran compile and link commands on Windows are distinct from those on Linux / MacOS, perhaps reflecting the internal use of Visual Studio on Windows. The HDF5 1.10.6 release changed the naming convention for the HDF5 Fortran library files on all operating systems.
CMake’s FindHDF5.cmake did not have this change in CMake 3.16.2. We created a CMake Issue for this.
Tentatively one can compile using HDF5 with Intel Fortran on Windows like:
ifort -I"C:/Program Files/HDF_Group/HDF5/1.10.6/include/shared" -I"C:/Program Files/HDF_Group/HDF5/1.10.6/include/static" test_minimal.f90 "C:/Program Files/HDF_Group/HDF5/1.10.6/lib/hdf5_fortran.lib" "C:/Program Files/HDF_Group/HDF5/1.10.6/lib/hdf5_hl_fortran.lib" "C:/Program Files/HDF_Group/HDF5/1.10.6/lib/hdf5.lib" "C:/Program Files/HDF_Group/HDF5/1.10.6/lib/szip.lib" "C:/Program Files/HDF_Group/HDF5/1.10.6/lib/zlib.lib"
If you use
include/static you will get errors like
error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol H5GLOBAL_mp_H5F_ACC_TRUNC_F referenced in function MAIN__