Re: Gfortran 2006 Year End Status Report
Keith Refson wrote:
I'd like to congratulate the gfortran developers on a major effort. For the
first time gfortran was able to compile the CASTEP ab-initio materials modelling
code in 2006. It even seems to run fairly zippily and stands up well in comparison
with other (free and commercial) compilers.
Interesting. Is CASTEP mostly F77 code? I've never had any luck with
Most recently, I installed the Jan. 2, 2007 version for OSX PPC using
package referenced on the gfortran wiki. The compiler dies with a bus
very simple F95 codes.
- Re: Gfortran 2006 Year End Status Report
... first time gfortran was able to compile the CASTEP ab-initio materials modelling ... habit of breaking cctools. ...
- Re: Using user defined type in Fortan 77 subroutines
... 60 DDOT = DTEMP ... gfortran -c DNAD.f90 ... when I compile blas.for using ... regardless of whether the standard allows the ...
- Re: Difficult example?
... > has a bug with its LOGICALtype and kind. ... if there were a gfortran compiler I could download I ... compile and run it, then compile and run the resulting ... You could wipe out all the subroutines except for ...
- Re: Can somebody Help me??
... compile the code with Portland Group f90 or hpf compiler. ... ifexit ... And, if, as you indicate it's taken by the other compilers it seems there's something wrong w/ the version of gfortran you're using on a very superficial reading. ... but OP does not mind for he uses Portland Group compiler in general and just checks compatiblity with gfortran when needed. ...
- Re: Some remarks and a question about gfortran
... posted about, recently with gfortran 4.3.3, I upgraded to gfortran ... both with and without optimization flags. ... compile the following program. ... subroutine sub_a ...