Re: [Fwd: Re: [opensuse] searching for and installing a package]
- From: Denis <denismpa@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 11:37:02 -0300
2007/7/19, Jos van Kan <vankan@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
In view of this information you can pretty much cancel everything I wrote
yesterday. I didn't realize your machine was not an x86_64.
Sorry for the misinformation. I'd still try to compile with the gfortran
Jos, you're wellcome. Thank you for all information and for your time.
Another thing that crossed my mind is, whether your client actually *tried* to
compile his old f77 code with the new gfortran compiler, because it should be
compatible with f77 code with the exception of long obsolete and deprecated
constructions like arithmetic if's and computed go to's. But if this code is not
older than say, 25 years, my bet would be that it would compile without a problem.
Lookin at this hint, I went look for information about the CORSIKA
code, and saw that it should compile with gfortran without big
problems. As you assumed, the client has not actually tried to
compile with gfortran. So I will try that.
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