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Help! Transition from G77 to FTN95 (Newbie)

 
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JamesHathcock



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2004 11:54 am    Post subject: Help! Transition from G77 to FTN95 (Newbie) Reply with quote

I have lots of code written with G77 (GNU), but have one module I need to add that is written in F90. I thought FTN95 would be a great way to do this. Currently many of my subroutines are in seperate *.FOR files; I have the *.FOR code and the G77-compiled *.OBJ files.

1: In G77, the compiler automatically searched all the object files (*.OBJ) in the currect directory for subroutines called for by the main program I was trying to compile. FTN95 does not appear to do this, or at least not so simply. In FTN95, can I have some files containing only subroutines in them and then call from the main program?

THANKS!!!!!



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2004 3:39 pm    Post subject: Help! Transition from G77 to FTN95 (Newbie) Reply with quote

You can use wild cards on the command line. For example:

ftn95 *.for /check

To link the object files together you will need to issue a slink command. The easiest way is to use an input file. For example to link three objects together you could create a file called link3.inf:

Code:

lo file1
lo file2
lo file3
file myexe


and then use:

slink link3.inf


Slink is documented in the online help in Win32 platform->Using the linker.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2004 6:29 pm    Post subject: Help! Transition from G77 to FTN95 (Newbie) Reply with quote

Thanks very much. It's Working!
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