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pkg/41303: lang/g95 needs to be hooked into compiler framework
>Synopsis: lang/g95 needs to be hooked into compiler framework
>Arrival-Date: Wed Apr 29 11:25:00 +0000 2009
>Originator: Dan McMahill
>Release: NetBSD 5.0
System: NetBSD slashing 5.0 NetBSD 5.0 (SLASHING) #2: Mon Apr 27 07:14:43 EDT
2009 root@slashing:/usr/cvs/obj.i386/sys/arch/i386/compile/SLASHING i386
Some numerical libraries and other numerical tools need a fortran 90 or 95
NetBSD does not ship gfortran as part of the compiler set. lang/g95 exists in
pkgsrc but there
doesn't appear to be a simple mk.conf variable that will pick g95 as the pkgsrc
This has real consequences for the useability of g95 because the fortran name
underscores) in f2c may be different than g95 and that can cause all sorts of
headaches if you
try to mix pkgsrc-built libs with something outside of pkgsrc that uses g95.
Try to build something that uses fortran 90 language features, find that it is
because the supported pkgsrc fortran compiler is f2c.
add appropriate mk/compiler/* logic I think. That part of pkgsrc is a bit of a
mystery to me.
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