From: ANDREW MARLOW, BLOOMBERG/ LONDON OF (amarlow1_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-26 05:01:28
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From: Vladimir Prus <boost-build_at_[hidden]>
On Friday 14 April 2006 22:47, Noel Belcourt wrote:
> We've had success building our C/C++ applications with Bjam so we want
> to build some of our legacy Fortran applications as well.
I know next to nothing about fortran application, so can you tell me more?
Is it just necessary to use a different linker? Then you can define new
'fortran-exe' target and define generator for that type so that it invokes
any linker you like. If this is too little information, just ask.
No. (b)jam has insufficient support for FORTRAN,
at least last time I looked. It needs to be able
to calculate build dependencies by processing
include stmts, similar to what it does for #include
with C and C++ source. And of course, as in C/C++,
a FORTRAN header may include one or more other FORTRAN headers.
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