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How to get pgf90 5.2 to recognise *.f95 source files
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mkcolg



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 16, 2004 8:04 am    Post subject: ".f95" suffix an undocumented feature in 5.2-2 Reply with quote

Hi Paul,

We were able to add pgf90 recognition of the ".f95" suffix to the 5.2-2 release. This will be an undocumented feature. To the compiler, ".f95" will be equivalent to the ".f90" suffix. ".f95" is intended simply as convience to our users as a way to differentiate F90 from F95 source files.

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Mat
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paulv



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PostPosted: Tue Aug 17, 2004 11:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello,

That's great news. I use the suffix as a visual cue to tell me what's in the file. Talking it over with other people, it seems that the "standard" interpretation of ".f" and ".f90" suffixes is to indicate fixed- or free-format source code respectively. I disagree with that being the only use of the suffixes - what are we to do when f2003(4) compilers start appearing?

Thanks for the speedy reply.

cheers,

paulv
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