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Visual Studio 2019 and 8.61

 
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JMoody



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PostPosted: Tue Feb 25, 2020 4:58 pm    Post subject: Visual Studio 2019 and 8.61 Reply with quote

I just got a new computer, and installed VS2019 and the 8.61 update.

We have one VS project that uses Fortran. It compiles our code into a DLL to be used with a C# program. This project compiles fine under VS2013 and the 8.05 update. However, when I tried to compile the project on the new computer under VS2019/8.61, I'm got the error Cannot yet process records of type force_temporary in CLR mode.

In trying to reduce the function to an example that shows the error, I found the error occurred with this line:

Code:

        TEMP_TIME = CALC_TIME(AREA, 2*(TOP), SEAM)


When I removed the parenthesis around TOP, the error cleared.

Code:

        TEMP_TIME = CALC_TIME(AREA, 2*TOP, SEAM)


I think at one time, I was adding something to TOP before doubling it and didn't clean up when I no longer needed to do so. I'm actually surprised that I didn't have more occurrences of this error hiding in the code.

Jill[/b]
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PaulLaidler
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 25, 2020 6:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you for the feedback. There are a couple of things here that we need to fix. In the mean time it will be necessary to remove the redundant brackets,
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