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00042 #include "Moocho_ConfigDefs.hpp"
00043 
00044 
00045 #ifdef HAVE_MOOCHO_MA28
00046 
00047 
00048 #include "AbstractLinAlgPack_MA28Solver.hpp"
00049 
00050 // Initialize static variables
00051 MA28_Cpp::MA28Solver* MA28_Cpp::MA28Solver::curr_solver_ = 0;
00052 
00053 // Initialize the references to the ma28 common blocks defined in the fortran code.
00054 MA28_Cpp::MA28CommonBlockReferences MA28_Cpp::MA28Solver::ma28_common_blocks_(
00055     MA28_CppDecl::ma28ed_cb,
00056     MA28_CppDecl::ma28fd_cb,
00057     MA28_CppDecl::ma28gd_cb,
00058     MA28_CppDecl::ma28hd_cb,
00059     MA28_CppDecl::ma30ed_cb,
00060     MA28_CppDecl::ma30fd_cb,
00061     MA28_CppDecl::ma30gd_cb,
00062     MA28_CppDecl::ma30hd_cb,
00063     MA28_CppDecl::ma30id_cb,
00064     MA28_CppDecl::mc23bd_cb
00065   );
00066 
00067 // Save the default values of the ma28 common block variables.
00068 // By setting the references to the common block variables first we are guarented that
00069 // references will be bound to the proper memory locations.  The only problem with this is that
00070 // how can I be sure that the initializations for the fortran BLOCK DATA units have
00071 // be performed before these global initializations are carried out.  I need to look into this in
00072 // different platforms to ensure that this will work.  Otherwise I will just have to set the
00073 // default values myself.
00074 MA28_Cpp::MA28CommonBlockStorage MA28_Cpp::MA28Solver::default_common_blocks_(
00075   MA28Solver::ma28_common_blocks_);
00076 
00077 // ///////////////////////////////
00078 // Member functions
00079 
00080 MA28_Cpp::MA28Solver::MA28Solver()
00081   : common_blocks_(default_common_blocks_), changed_(false)
00082 {
00083   mp(0);  // We can't print to standard fortran streams from C++
00084   lp(0);
00085 }
00086 
00087 MA28_Cpp::MA28Solver::MA28Solver(const MA28Solver& s)
00088   : common_blocks_(s.common_blocks_), changed_(false)
00089 {}
00090 
00091 void MA28_Cpp::MA28Solver::set_common_block_data() {
00092   // Copy to the ma28 ma28 common blocks if this is not the current solver.
00093   if( (this != curr_solver_ )|| ( (this == curr_solver_) && changed_ ) )
00094     ma28_common_blocks_ = common_blocks_;
00095   // Make this solver the current solver
00096   curr_solver_ = this;
00097   changed_ = false;
00098 }
00099 
00100 void MA28_Cpp::MA28Solver::get_common_block_data() {
00101   // You must save the common block data back in order to get the return parameters.
00102   // Later I should differentiate what is control and what is return but for
00103   // now this is the easiest thing to do.
00104   common_blocks_ = ma28_common_blocks_;
00105 }
00106 
00107 
00108 #endif // HAVE_MOOCHO_MA28
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