Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost> writes: > The core of the issue is that you can't really mix different Fortran > implementations. Because they have different ABI/calling conventions, and procedure calls among fortran code in .o files compiled by fortran77/fortran95 compilers won't work right? I think you're saying that it's not about them being different compilers, but about different languages wtih different ABI rules. So a given system must either have only f77-compiled code, and just not be able to use fortran95 code, or it must have used a fortran95 compiler for everything? I wonder if the NetBSD base system should enable the fortran part of gcc. It's almost like fortran is making a resurgence and being more normal. But that's totally separate from what pkgsrc should do.
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