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Revision 1.21, Wed Jan 12 15:32:00 2005 UTC (14 years, 5 months ago) by jlam
Changes since 1.20: +1 -2
Nuke USE_FORTRAN and bring the f2c handling within the mk/compiler
framework. The list of changes include:
* Modify compiler.mk so that "c" is always prepended to USE_LANGUAGES,
so we no longer need to say it in package Makefiles. Packages
should now append to USE_LANGUAGES instead of setting it.
* Create mk/compiler/f2c.mk which implements another pseudo-compiler
"f2c" that may be used with any C compiler backend, e.g.
PKGSRC_COMPILER= f2c ccache gcc
* Teach the various "real" compiler files, e.g., sunpro.mk, mipspro.mk,
etc., to use f2c if the native Fortran compiler isn't present.
Packages that use Fortran should now simply include the line:
in the package Makefile.
# $NetBSD: Makefile,v 1.21 2005/01/12 15:32:00 jlam Exp $
COMMENT= Library for array-oriented data access
USE_LANGUAGES= c c++ fortran
USE_LIBTOOL= # defined
GNU_CONFIGURE= # defined
CPPFLAGS+= -Df2cFortran -Dunix