Mail Archives: djgpp/1997/08/19/18:38:53

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From: pynq AT midway DOT uchicago DOT edu (Jeremy Mathers)
Subject: Re: FORTRAN code with DJGPP
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In article <5smmgr$fcj AT tuegate DOT tue DOT nl>,
Gina Fabian <gina AT se-38 DOT wpa DOT wtb DOT tue DOT nl> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I am asking your help to solve the following problem:
> I develop a software in C++ for DOS and Linux. I use a well known
>and fairly well debugged FORTAN code: DDASRT. The problem started
>when I added an other FORTRAN routine: NLEQ.
> After renaming some routines in the two FORTRAN codes, so they do not
>shadow each other, I could compile the code under Linux with gcc
> I could compile it as well under DOS, using the EMX port of
>gcc.  What I did, is that I compiled the FORTRAN routines using g77,
>and I used the headers generated by f2c to declare the routines for
>the rest of the code.
> Now, it is important for me to be able to compile the code with
>DJGPP, the other DOS port of gnu gcc.

I have a suggestion for you.  Try using EMX/GCC under OS/2 to compile the
DOS version.  The world of EMX is much closer in spirit to that of Unix than

The downside of this is that you have to run OS/2 to do the compilation.
I.e., EMX can produce executables that run under DOS, but the compiler
itself requires OS/2.

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