[NumPy-Tickets] [NumPy] #1532: f2py does not respect assumed size arrays of fortran 90

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#1532: f2py does not respect assumed size arrays of fortran 90
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  Reporter:  ozn          |       Owner:  pearu      
      Type:  enhancement  |      Status:  reopened   
  Priority:  normal       |   Milestone:  Unscheduled
 Component:  numpy.f2py   |     Version:  devel      
Resolution:               |    Keywords:             
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Comment(by lorenz):

 Thanks, with the newest version of your branch the "use" module statements
 are working fine now - almost:

 I noticed, that
 {{{
   use foomodule, only : bar
 }}}
 is somehow translated to
 {{{
   use foomdule,,only: bar
 }}}

 that is with two ","

 An Actual example:

 test3.f90:
 {{{
 subroutine assumed_shape_test(x, res)
   use precision, only : rk

   implicit none

   real(kind=rk), intent(in) :: x(:)
   real(kind=rk), intent(out) :: res

   integer :: i

   print *, "size(x) = ", size(x)

   res = 0.0

   do i = 1, size(x)
     res = x(i)
   enddo

 end subroutine
 }}}

 f2py generated test3-f2pywrappers.f:
 {{{
 C     -*- fortran -*-
 C     This file is autogenerated with f2py (version:2)
 C     It contains Fortran 77 wrappers to fortran functions.

       subroutine f2pywrapassumed_shape_test (x, res, f2py_x_d0)
                 use precision,,only: rk
       real(kind=rk) res
       integer f2py_x_d0
       real(kind=rk) x(f2py_x_d0)
       interface
       subroutine assumed_shape_test(x,res)
           use precision,,only: rk
           real(kind=rk) ,intent(in),dimension(:) :: x
           real(kind=rk) ,intent(out) :: res
       end subroutine assumed_shape_test
       end interface
       call assumed_shape_test(x, res)
       end
 }}}
 (Again, I inserted two spaces before and after the comma.)


 Kind regards,
    Lorenz

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