attempting to resucitate Lahey Fortran port
Dr. Richard E. Hawkins
hawk at slytherin.ds.psu.edu
Wed Mar 3 11:57:21 PST 2004
A couple of years ago, I submitted an installer for Lahey Fortran. More
than a year later, messages were apparently sent to a by then defunct
email address, and the port closed.
I submitted a followup pr in October (apparently days after it had
been closed), but haven't heard anything.
The problem seems tgo have been that:
>State-Changed-When: Fri Oct 3 17:53:05 PDT 2003
>> MASTER_SITES= # fetch manually
>You don't tell us where to get it from.
Which makes no sense for an installer for a commercial linux project.
Anyway, it's now developed a new problem on current, which makes no
sense to me. I don't know what this means (which will certainly stop me from fixing it :)
The port still installs, but after lf95 compiles, in the link state I get the message:
slytherin ttyp6:dpt>lf95 dpt1.f95
Encountered 0 errors, 0 warnings in file dpt1.f95.
/usr/bin/ld: unrecognised emulation mode: elf_i386
Supported emulations: elf_i386_fbsd
What does this mean/how do I fix it?
And how do I get the submission going again?
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