Le 29 août 2012 10:23, "Sylvestre Ledru" <email@example.com> a écrit :
> Le 29/08/2012 10:00, Simon McVittie a écrit :
>> On 28/08/12 16:54, Mathieu Malaterre wrote:
>>> On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 5:53 PM, Mathieu Malaterre<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>> At least from cmake point of view, a user need to provide an env var
>>>> 'FC' for the fortran compiler and sets 'FLAGS'.
>>> Missing one 'F', it should read 'FFLAGS'
>> Unfortunately, this isn't fully compatible with what Autoconf does (see
>> "info autoconf 'Fortran Compiler Characteristics'"). Autoconf
>> distinguishes between F77 and "modern Fortran" (whatever that means),
>> and cmake seems to have taken one variable name from each set.
> I might be wrong but I think modern Fortran compiler can compile Fortran 77 code.
> I think FC might be the way to go for this.
Yes in an ideal world. I have been it by this installing f2c and gfortran. It compile f77 with f2c and f90 with gfortran. Unfortunately calling convention are not compatible and program crash....
> FYI, things are moving in the LLVM community about a LLVM-based fortran compiler.
>> Autoconf 2.69 in sid documents support for:
>> C | CPP | CC | CFLAGS | LIBS
>> C++ | CXXCPP | CXX | CXXFLAGS | LIBS
>> F77 | | F77 | FFLAGS | FLIBS
>> modern Fortran | | FC | FCFLAGS | FCLIBS
>> Objective C | OBJCPP | OBJC | OBJCFLAGS | LIBS (?)
>> Objective C++ | OBJCXXCPP | OBJCXX | OBJCXXFLAGS | LIBS (?)
>> Erlang | | ERLC | ERLCFLAGS |
>> Go | | GOC | GOFLAGS |
>> The GNU Coding Standards mention CC, CFLAGS, CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS; the
>> rest are from Autoconf.
> Great list. You constructed yourself or it is part of the autoconf documentation ?
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