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Re: .spec file for multiple target distros



On Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 11:25:12PM +1000, John Pye wrote:
> >>I'm with you on the frowning on this practise. But until a segfault in 
> >>gfortran.so.1 (gcc 4.1.x) is fixed, I can't build an important package 
> >>that I need on Fedora Core 5. Just not possible.
> >>    
> >
> >BTW will it work petter with FC6 ?
> >  
> I don't expect so. It's a bug with the gfortran compiler, and 
> gcc-gfortran 4.1.x is pretty much bleeding edge already, as I understand it.

Have you filed the bug in bugzilla, either redhat or gcc? I had some
gfortran trouble and they were fixed within days, not to say hours!

> There have been commercial Fortran-90 and Fortran-95 compilers for,
> um I guess 15 years or so, and unfortunately a lot of good math
> software depends them at present.

Well, by definition there weren't any f95 compiler before 1995 ;)
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