Joined: 29 Nov 2006
|Posted: Wed Mar 12, 2008 4:25 pm Post subject: Silverfrost FTN95: Fortran for Windows version 5.20
|We are pleased to announce the release of FTN95 version 5.20. This is available for download now to supported users.
- Support for Visual Studio 2008
- Additional project support in Visual Studio 2005/2008. User folders can now be created in the solution explorer
- Plato Version 4 now supports Unicode. Note that version 4 is not compatible with Windows 9x
- Further support for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
Outline summary of bugs that have been fixed:
- 'Compile' file in Visual Studio solution explorer behaviour fixed.
- Further fixes and support for debugging under Vista.
- False type warning when using REAL(COUNT(i)) as an argument.
- Error not reported for array assignment with mismatched shapes.
- ALLOCATE does not fail when size of block overflows.
- /OLD_ARRAYS gives a false error report when A(1) is not an argument.
- Missing "TYPE" in "END TYPE" causes a module to terminate prematurely.
- Error not reported when named DO statement does not have matching ENDDO name.
- OPENF@ not working under .NET.
- NINT(AR,1) fails for two-dimensional array AR.
- PRIVATE not implemented when member is used in module.
- Initialisation of TYPE members within a MODULE fails for large arrays.
- "Operand incompatible with opcode" failure on integer*1 = integer*4 assignment.
- USE ONLY f=>g does not link when the function g is declared in another module.
- Compiler crashes when writing linker data for a certain module.
- Warning about unreachable code not provided in /DEBUG mode.
- SUM intrinsic used as argument for DOT_PRODUCT does not compile.
- IBITS not working for INTEGER*8.
- /CONVERT not working.
- IACHAR not available in array initialisation implied DO loop.
- Explicit declaration needed for a function used on RHS of a statement function.
- False warning when compiler-defined constant is not used.
- Use of ALLOCATABLE in TYPE declaration is now tollerated though not standard conforming