[rescue] [@Nemo] ultra 1 power supply question
g at cjwyche.org
Sun May 17 21:26:50 CDT 2015
Thanks for thinking about this.
I have been down those roads. So far about 1/3 of the code will compile
and operate as it has historically (but only after making
more-than-a-couple mechanical changes to each file).
This marriedness I mentioned was pretty deep. I don't care to go on a
rant. I am seriously thinking of declaring the Solaris version
dead-dead-dead and press on with the debian GNU version. My pride is
wrapped up in still being able to compile the old code for minor changes.
$ are not involved (anymore).
> On 17 May 2015 at 16:12, George Wyche <g at cjwyche.org> wrote (in part):
>> Those 3 programs are *SO* married to the unix + Solaris f77 +
>> extensions. I had no appreciation of just how married until I undertook
the conversion to modern fortran.
> Solaris 10 has /bin/f77 with the following extract from its man page:
> Sun[tm] Studio software no longer includes a separate FOR-
> TRAN 77 compiler, f77. Recent releases migrated many FORTRAN 77
features into the Fortran 95 compiler, f95. Much of the
> functionality of the f77 compiler is now available with the Fortran
> With current Sun Studio compiler releases, the f77 command
> calls the f95 compiler with an appropriate set of defaults:
> f95 -f77 -ftrap=%none
> Have you tried compiling under Solaris 10?
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