From: Toon Knapen (toon.knapen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-15 11:26:48
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Hi Toon,
>>Vladimir Prus wrote:
>>>>I have currently a working toolset for the gcc fortran compiler and plan
>>>>to add one for the IBM fortran compiler tomorrow. Can I add them to the
>>>>CVS or shall I first send them to you ?
>>>Please commit them. This is pure extension and won't break anything; we
>>>can sort out the details right in CVS.
>>Done. Only gfortran (gnu fortran) is there currently. I'm going to try
>>supporting intel fortran (on windows) and IBM fortran now.
> Could you clarify where gfortran is now:
> 1. Does it works for your without any known issues?
Yes it already works. But it is certainly not complete (i.e. does not
support all flags yet). Next it is not tested yet on other projects so
it will certainly need additional work to make it more generic.
> 2. Do you plan to update the 'init' rule according to how other toolsets
> handle it?
Yes. But I prefer to start with the most simple solution possible and
then add logic to add. I can of course copy-past functionality from
other toolsets but then I don't know really what I am doing and thus it
will be impossible to answer questions regarding the toolsets.
> 3. Do you plan any other changes, or gfortran should be considered
it still need some work before others can really use it. Initially I
want to verify if just compiles everything. Next I'll add all possible
options that I think are necessary and I will (try to) add the
intelligent logic that is also present in the C++ toolsets. And then I
think it will be ready for prime time.
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