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Re: Protection of snippet in config.h

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: Re: Protection of snippet in config.h
Date: Mon, 02 Jan 2012 21:48:29 +0100
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Bastien ROUCARIES wrote:
> I use regularly gnulib for configuring some fortran program.
> Therefore I include config.h in the top of my fortran file.
> Unfortunatly gnulib add some stuff snippet like noreturn in config.h
> that are not really safe from a fortran point of view.

How does the config.h look like that does not work for you?

Do other Fortran compilers, besides g77, support #include directives?

Do they define the macro _LANGUAGE_FORTRAN, like g77 does?

Why are you not using the RATFOR preprocessor?


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