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[photran] automatic makefile bugs

Title: sincerely_yours.txt

Dear photran developers,

 

Thanks for creating photran, I’m very happily using it under windows in combination with MinGW.

 

It seems that there are two (minor) bugs in de automatic makefile generation.

  1. When I check the profiling checkbox, the object files are generated using the -pg flag, but in the final linking step this flag is omitted. This results in a series of “undefined reference” errors. When -pg is added manually in the top level makefile, everything works ok.
  2. A “make clean” doesn’t delete the executable file. I think the reason is that under windows executables have the .exe extension. I fixed it by manually inserting “${ProjName}.exe” in the “Artifact Name” box in the Fortran build settings. Also, the .mod files are not deleted.
  3. (Sometimes it seems that dependencies are not correctly updated when rebuilding. But I understood this will be solved in 7.0.5.)

 

Sincerely,

 

Martien Oppeneer

 

 

 


From: photran-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:photran-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Michel DEVEL
Sent: vrijdag 13 januari 2012 18:41
To: Photran Information
Subject: [photran] Obsolete include directories for GCC/ifort cannot be removed in photran projects

 

Dear photran users and developpers,

Every time I upgrade the compilers in my system, I get warnings in the photran projects such as:
"Invalid project path: Include path not found (/usr/lib64/gcc/x86_64-suse-linux/4.5/include-fixed).    polar_scat_MPI_intel        pathentry    Path Entry Problem"
(gcc was upgraded from 4.5 to 4.6)

I know that I can go into Properties/Fortran General/Paths and Symbols/includes to see the list of the include directories, but the no-more existant directories are considered as built-in values, hence I cannot remove them from the list.
While this problem is not blocking, it is annoying since this populates with Warnings the Problems tab!

Anyone knows how to get rid of those obsolete built-in values?

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Sincerely yours,
 
Michel DEVEL




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