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In section 11.2.1, the standard seems to say that one can add the > "volatile" attribute to the local instance of an entity accessed via > host association. Comment 10 CVS Commits 2004-05-22 14:51:42 UTC Subject: Bug 13249 CVSROOT: /cvs/gcc Module name: gcc Changes by: pbrook@gcc.gnu.org 2004-05-22 14:51:18 Modified files: gcc/fortran : ChangeLog symbol.c Log message: PR fortran/13249 * Quote:>> 3. Fix typo in intialization of derived types. (finish_equivalences): Add second argument in call to create_common. (named_common): take 'gfc_symtree' instead of 'gfc_symbol'. (gfc_trans_common): Adapt to new data structures. * trans-decl.c (gfc_create_module_variables): Also http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-find-symbol-symbol-variable-joptionpane.html

Otherwise, if you are stuck with the f95 form, you have to use some kind of workaround. The correct makefile rule for the main program (main.F) is: main: grid.o main.o chkopts -${FLINKER} -o main grid.o main.o ${PETSC_KSP_LIB} ${RM} main.o grid.o Thanks again. when I use gfortran to compile, I got the error: type(ClusterNode),pointer :: son1=>null() ! The example is derived from fma3d in SPEC2k. https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=13249

Open Source libraries Para utilizar os Fóruns dos Grupos do Google, ative o JavaScript nas configurações do seu navegador e atualize esta página. . Comment 4 Victor Leikehman 2004-05-13 13:55:16 UTC This is marked as rejects-valid, but the line COMMON /AN_EXAMPLE/ does not look valid at all to me. For example, the following (valid) code is rejected: MODULE MOD INTEGER FOO END PROGRAM MAIN USE MOD COMMON /FOO/ BAR END This pattern is common in some spec benchmarks. In PR 13575 I outlined a non-invasive solu^H^H^H^Hfix, which might get us working again.

Richard can probably answer this better than I; as he was a member of J3 and editor for the F95/2003 standard. I forgot to add the correct files to the makefile, for I put the module in a seperate file (grid.F). In section 11.2.1, the standard seems to say that one can add the > "volatile" attribute to the local instance of an entity accessed via > host association. Comment 2 Tobias Burnus 2013-05-03 08:59:48 UTC decl.c's gfc_match_null has: gfc_intrinsic_symbol (sym); if (sym->attr.proc != PROC_INTRINSIC && (!gfc_add_procedure(&sym->attr, PROC_INTRINSIC, sym->name, NULL) || !gfc_add_function (&sym->attr, sym->name, NULL))) return MATCH_ERROR; Failing is the

Disallow redeclaration of USE-associated COMMON-block. z.f90 program z use foo real x x = sin(x) end program z gfc -o z foo.f90 s1.f90 s2.f90 z.f90 sin.f90 gfc -o z foo.f90 s2.f90 s1.f90 z.f90 sin.f90 Which sin string.join(["Tk 4.2p2", "Python 1.4", "Win32", "free"], "for") 6. Ruby "finalize", "__del__" 12.

SIN in module test and intrinsic SIN are both generic name, and more important, they're distinguishable. A blank prohibition would remove the need for placing constraints, possibly hundreds of constraints, throughout the standard. Mostly the whole business about restricting it to module procedures is what seems silly to me. For a code containing three files: test1.f90 PROGRAM Main USE TEST TYPE (DN)::DX DX=DN(1.0D0,1.0D0) write(*,*) SIN(DX) END PROGRAM Main DNAD.f90 MODULE TEST TYPE,PUBLIC:: DN REAL(8)::x REAL(8)::xp END TYPE DN PUBLIC SIN

once pr15481 is fixed." Comment 14 CVS Commits 2004-06-29 18:56:50 UTC Subject: Bug 13249 CVSROOT: /cvs/gcc Module name: gcc Changes by: tobi@gcc.gnu.org 2004-06-29 18:56:47 Modified files: gcc/fortran : decl.c dump-parse-tree.c gfortran.h https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-fortran-compiler-for-linux-and-mac-os-x/topic/270770 Description Dan Nicolaescu 2003-12-01 01:25:09 UTC Comment 1 Dan Nicolaescu 2003-12-01 01:28:48 UTC With: gcc version 3.5-tree-ssa 20031130 (merged 20031123) mymod.f90 MODULE mymod TYPE :: mymod_type INTEGER field1 INTEGER field2 END You do > not need that line. > > Cheers > Stephan > > > >> >> 2010/9/30 Stephan Kramer > > >> >> >> On You can then extend the generic in module b.

Bug57141 - Cannot change attributes of USE-associated intrinsic Summary: Cannot change attributes of USE-associated intrinsic Status: RESOLVED FIXED Alias: None Product: gcc Classification: Unclassified Component: fortran (show other bugs) Version: unknown this content Unify with traverse_symtree. (gfc_traverse_ns): Call gfc_traverse_symtree according to new interface. (save_symbol): Remove setting of removed attribute. * trans-common.c (gfc_sym_mangled_common_id): Change to take 'char *' argument instead of 'gfc_symbol'. (build_common_decl, new_segment, translate_common): Removing the call to check_used apparently fixes the problem and does not cause regressions, BUT I guess it is there for a purpose... Does the standard forbid the use of the "volatile" attribute with a > function result variable (and, if so, where in the document is the > prohibition)? > 3.

  1. For a code > containing three files: > > test1.f90 > PROGRAM Main > USE TEST > > TYPE (DN)::DX > DX=DN(1.0D0,1.0D0) > write(*,*) SIN(DX) > > END PROGRAM Main >
  2. Here, attr.proc = PROC_UNKNOWN attr.intrinsic = 1 attr.use_assoc = 1 attr.if_source = IFSRC_DECL Possible patch? --- a/gcc/fortran/decl.c +++ b/gcc/fortran/decl.c @@ -1705,2 +1705,3 @@ gfc_match_null (gfc_expr **result) if (sym->attr.proc != PROC_INTRINSIC +
  3. But no compiler yet claims to fully conform to F2003.
  4. See Bob's citation.
  5. Description Roger Ferrer Ibanez 2013-05-02 08:13:34 UTC Hi, gfortran-4.8 (and 4.7 as well and possibly earlier versions too) complain with this snippet.
  6. Thanks.
  7. Comment 3 Toon Moene 2003-12-05 19:58:33 UTC There's no reason this bug should be marked critical, if you compare it to other bugs reported against gfortran.
  8. Is the following code legal?
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  10. when I use g95 to compile, it passed.

Yes, I know these workarounds can be awkward in some cases. MicroWorlds Pro "QUESTION Set Size" question 11. Uncommenting the following statement !! weblink Should a compiler report violations of constraints C1232 and C1233 > in these examples? > 2.

Should a compiler report violations of constraints C1232 and C1233 > in these examples? > 3. There are several things that are really awkward because of this restriction. (Notably, it is hard to put a single external procedure in two different generics; I'm not even sure there I have entered bug reports for these issues against ifort.

Yet gfortran complains the following: > > > > > > In file blas.for:5 > > > > > >        INTRINSIC SIN > > > > >  

The fact that one coule imagine how this > > > might make sense doesn't negate the prohibition that Bob cited. > > > > -- > > > Richard Maine GCC Bugzilla – Bug13249 Error when using COMMON Last modified: 2004-06-22 14:03:39 UTC Home | New | Browse | Search | [?] | Reports | Help | NewAccount | Log In Comment 13 Tobias Schlüter 2004-06-22 14:03:39 UTC that should be "... indexes corresponding to cgns file (nes) type(ClusterNode),pointer :: son1=>null() !

In section 11.2.1, the standard seems to say that one can add the >> "volatile" attribute to the local instance of an entity accessed via >> host association. Not to mention a module, once compiled, should contain all the information necessary for the USE statement. ! I might have oversimplified the example, but the error is still present in those files. check over here obtain sine of a dual number, ELEMENTAL END INTERFACE CONTAINS ELEMENTAL FUNCTION SIN_D(u) RESULT(res) TYPE (DN), INTENT(IN)::u TYPE (DN)::res res%x = SIN(u%x) res%xp= u%xp*COS(u%x) END FUNCTION SIN_D END MODULE TEST blas.for

foo.f90 module foo real sin end module foo ! You can directly call it from within the module itself. The error message is a little confusing (though not so much so as the paraphrasing that talked about changing host association), but I think the critical bit here is that foo1 obtain sine of a dual number, ELEMENTAL > END INTERFACE > > CONTAINS > > ELEMENTAL FUNCTION SIN_D(u) RESULT(res) > TYPE (DN), INTENT(IN)::u > TYPE (DN)::res > > res%x = SIN(u%x)

I think the writers just overlooked the fact that it could be useful for procedures other than module ones. RSS Top 2 posts / 0 new Last post For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice. Fix bug with empty common. (var_element): Adapt to new common structures. * match.h (gfc_get_common): Declare. * module.c: Add 2004 to copyright years, add commons to module file layout description. (ab_attribute, attr_bits,