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Wrapper for intel's pardiso implementation in the MKL

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Pydiso is a python wrapper for the pardiso solver. It is currently implemented for the Intel MKL's version of pardiso. Its goal is to expose the full functionality of pardiso to python, allowing the user to customize it as necessary for their use cases.


Installing from source

The wrapper is written in cython and links to the mkl libraries dynamically. Therefore, it needs to find the necessary header files associated with the MKL installation to compile. The meson build backend uses pkg-config to identify the locations of the mkl header files and library dynamic libraries. Most development installations of MKL should provide the necessary pkg-config files for this. For example, conda users can be install the necessary configuration information with mkl-devel package that is available on the default channel, conda-forge channel, the intel channel, or others, e.g.

conda install mkl-devel

If you have installed the configuration files to a non-standard location, you will need to set PKG_CONFIG_PATH to point to that location.

After the necessary MKL files are accessible, you should be able to install by running

pip install .

in the installation directory.

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