[SciPy-Dev] [fwrap-users] Work on fwrap and SciPy
Wed Nov 3 22:31:51 CDT 2010
On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 7:58 PM, David <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 11/04/2010 06:00 AM, Kurt Smith wrote:
>>> c) fwrap does not support g77, only Fortran 90 compilers like
>>> gfortran/ifort etc. For the purposes of the .NET port this is likely to be
>>> good enough. Before a merge with the main CPython branch one must perhaps
>>> look into implementing g77 support in fwrap. I know that David C. at least
>>> earlier stated that g77 support is not going away anytime soon. Feedback on
>>> this welcome.
> G77 is still the "standard" fortran compiler on significant platforms
> (mingw and RHEL/Centos). Could you quickly explain why g77 is not usable
> with fwrap ? Would it take a long time to add support (if that is even
> possible) ?
...not *currently* usable. Fwrap's fortran-C wrappers use features
defined in the 2003 standard that make it easy to generate portable
wrapping code. These features allow wrapping of fortran
g77 support is certainly possible, given sufficient effort. I am in
favor of it, but someone else will have to do it (I'm happy to pitch
in, of course). It will require a good deal of work that I can't
justify given my requirements for the tool.
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