fortran compiler issues in port
thierry at FreeBSD.org
Sat Oct 27 09:20:48 PDT 2007
Le Sam 27 oct 07 à 16:34:40 +0200, Harald Servat <redcrash at gmail.com>
> I'm a maintainer of a port which needs a fortran compiler. Due to the
> inclusion of GCC 4.2 as the default compiler for FreeBSD 7.0 I'm facing a
> problem with the port. My FreeBSD 6.2 box can compile fine my port using
> f77, however the build farms do not compile successfully the port because
> they use gfortran42 (which comes with GCC 4.2) and this compiler needs an
> special flag to compile the port.
Check any other ports requiring a Fortran compiler, e.g. math/rkward: if
USE_FORTRAN is set, ports/Mk/bsd.gcc.mk will be included, and FC and F77
will be set. If you set USE_FORTRAN to yes, F77 and FC will be set to
the default value, which is gfortran42 at the moment. FFLAGS can be used
to pass special flags to the compiler.
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