Since 4/2/2012 5:35:32 AM, kargls has written 8 articles and participated in 346 conversations. kargls signature: kargls
allocatable components and TRANSFER behavior2347 (4/22/2011 4:53:03 PM) comp.lang.fortran Is the following code conforming (where the LOC function is a vendor supplied intrinsic subprogram)? In particular, in the second TRANSFER is TRANSFER suppose to automagically allocate the allocatable componen... steve
Fortran in newly released JASON report0183 (4/24/2010 10:14:20 PM) comp.lang.fortran
Get the pdf file and start scanning, e.g., on page 54:
Backus (1978), the father of FORTRAN, has' ... steve
Allocattable and namelist object445 (2/14/2010 8:50:20 PM) comp.lang.fortran All, Someone has reported a bug against gfortran that suggests that following code is legal Fortran 2003. PROGRAM MAIN REAL, DIMENSION(:), ALLOCATABLE :: TAB NAMELIST/TOTO/TAB END PROGRAM MAIN Gfortr... steve
Missing 2008 GFortran Status Report357 (12/13/2009 11:09:54 PM) comp.lang.fortran All, On IRC today, discussion for the 2009 GFortran Status Report was conducted. It was noted that the 2008 report was missing, and indeed, I never posted the reported after I completed it. So, in the spirit... steve
deferred type parameters, again478 (7/1/2009 7:16:34 PM) comp.lang.fortran In developing a testcase for the gfortran testsuite, I stumbled upon the following code: program test character(len=:) fmt allocate(character(len=:) :: fmt) end program test This certainly looks ... steve
Use of deferred type parameter and ALLOCATE1050 (6/7/2009 6:30:43 PM) comp.lang.fortran All, I've been working on an implementation of the Fortran 2003 ALLOCATE statement for inclusion in gfortran. This adds both the typespec and SOURCE= features. To complete the implementation, it appears that... kargls
Compiler bug or illegal?566 (7/13/2011 4:22:07 PM) comp.lang.fortran In the following program an internal subroutine is used to re-size an allocatable array. The internal routine takes an argument. When it is called, this argument is an entry of the array that it actually re-siz... Aris
Strange segmentation fault767 (7/21/2011 6:13:11 PM) comp.lang.fortran I have a large Fortran 95/2003 code that another user is having problems with, so I inserted a print statement to find out what was happening. I received the print out I needed, only to have a segmentation fau... wmcornette(2)
Seeding fails in GNU Fortran ?2752 (4/4/2012 3:25:51 PM) comp.lang.fortran Hi all.
Is anybody else experiencing that seeding in gfortran does not affect the
series of the random numbers generated?
I'm experiencing it both with GNU Fortran (GCC) 4.6.3 20120127 (prerelease),