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On 2020-02-19 08:36, Greg Troxel wrote:
Right, the version specified in the .mk file would only include major
version if > 4.x.
Jason Bacon <outpaddling%yahoo.com@localhost> writes:
Is there a reason the default version is unconditionally hard-coded at 4.8?
Seems to me it would be better to match the base compiler (e.g. 5.5 on
I can override it in etc/mk.conf of course, but maybe this is
something that could use some attention?
My impression is that nobody is paying attention to Fortran.
I am guessing you are using a value matching base, and succeeding? If
so, I would be fine with you adding logic to match base.
I think matching base means a value of 5, not 5.5, because these
versions omit the point release number. 4.8.x is like 5.x, as I
My only concern is whether the package point release always matches the
base compiler, but I think matching the major version is an improvement
in any case over base GCC 5.5 + gfortran 4.8.
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