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Re: pkg/46191

  Could you please try building with BUILD_F77=YES in lang/gcc34/Makefile?

Building lang/gcc with BUILD_F77=YES succeeds, and I end up with a g77 that seems to do something:

$ g77 --version
GNU Fortran (GCC) 3.4.6

and I can compile a simple "hello world" program.

Building math/fftw... First problem:

checking for i386-sun-solaris2.10-g77... f77
checking whether we are using the GNU Fortran 77 compiler... no
checking whether f77 accepts -g... no

In fact, there is no "f77". I think in the f2c case, a wrapper was created in work/.compiler/bin, but not this time. For the time being, I added a symlink f77->g77 and tried again.

Now compilation fails at

libtool: link: cc -shared -Wl,-z -Wl,text -Wl,-h -Wl, -o .libs/ -Wl,-z -Wl,allextract kernel/.libs/libkernel.a dft/.libs/libdft.a dft/scalar/.libs/libdft_scalar.a dft/scalar/codelets/.libs/libdft_scalar_codelets.a rdft/.libs/librdft.a rdft/sc alar/.libs/librdft_scalar.a rdft/scalar/r2cf/.libs/librdft_scalar_r2cf.a rdft/scalar/r2cb/.libs/librdft_scalar_r2cb.a rdft/scalar/r2r/.libs/librdft_scalar_r2r.a reodft/.libs/libreodft.a api/.libs/libapi.a simd-support/.libs/libsimd_support.a simd-support/.libs/libsimd_sse2 _nonportable.a -Wl,-z -Wl,defaultextract -L/pkgsrc/source/pkgsrc/math/fftw/work.pkgsrc-i86/.buildlink/lib -lm -Wl,-R/pkgsrc/gcc34f77/lib
Text relocation remains                         referenced
    against symbol                  offset      in file
<unknown> 0x26 kernel/.libs/libkernel.a(alloc.o) <unknown> 0x30 kernel/.libs/libkernel.a(alloc.o) <unknown> 0x1d kernel/.libs/libkernel.a(assert.o) dotile 0x3cd kernel/.libs/libkernel.a(cpy2d.o) dotile_buf 0x44e kernel/.libs/libkernel.a(cpy2d.o)

As far as I can tell, no Fortran sources were used up to this point, so this is probably an unrelated problem.

BTW: The change of 1.113 in mk/compiler/ is probably unnecessary anyway, as line 535ff checks for the existence of g77 anyway. So even by reverting 1.113, I was not able to force the use of f2c and check if the package would build.

 Jörn Clausen                    
 Universität Bielefeld

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