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Fortran tests in configure script seem questionable

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Package: automake; Severity: minor; Reported by: Dennis Clarke <dclarke@HIDDEN>; Keywords: moreinfo; dated Tue, 3 Sep 2013 14:37:02 UTC; Maintainer for automake is bug-automake@HIDDEN.
Severity set to 'minor' from 'normal' Request was from Stefano Lattarini <stefano.lattarini@HIDDEN> to control <at> debbugs.gnu.org. Full text available.
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Subject: Re: bug#15258: Fortran tests in configure script seem questionable
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tags 15258 + moreinfo
severity 15258 minro
thanks

Hi Dennis, sorry for the delay.

On 09/03/2013 04:36 PM, Dennis Clarke wrote:
>  
> I am going to try to build automake-13.4 on Solaris with the Oracle Solaris 12.3
> dev tools and within configure I see that Fortran tests fail : 
> 
> 
> node002$ ./configure 
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/gmake supports nested variables... yes
> checking build system type... sparc-sun-solaris2.10
> checking host system type... sparc-sun-solaris2.10
> checking for a BSD-compatible install... lib/install-sh -c
> checking whether build environment is sane... yes
> checking for a thread-safe mkdir -p... lib/install-sh -c -d
> checking for gawk... gawk
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/gmake sets $(MAKE)... yes
> checking whether ln -s works... yes
> checking for perl... /usr/local/bin/perl
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/perl supports ithreads... no
> checking for tex... tex
> checking for yacc... yacc
> checking for lex... lex
> checking whether autoconf is installed... yes
> checking whether autoconf works... yes
> checking whether autoconf is recent enough... yes
> checking whether ln works... yes
> checking for grep that handles long lines and -e... /usr/xpg4/bin/grep
> checking for egrep... /usr/xpg4/bin/grep -E
> checking for fgrep... /usr/xpg4/bin/grep -F
> configure: will now look for a sturdy POSIX shell, for our testsuite
> checking for sh... /usr/xpg4/bin/sh
> checking for sh5... no
> checking for dash... no
> checking for ash... no
> checking for bash... /usr/local/bin/bash
> checking for zsh... /usr/bin/zsh
> checking for ksh... /usr/bin/ksh
> checking for pdksh... no
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports $(cmd)... yes
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports $((expr))... yes
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports ${#var}... yes
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports ${var#glob} and ${var%glob}... yes
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash preserves exit traps with "set -e"... yes
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash can define exit traps in a shell function... yes
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash corrupts stderr with "set -x"... no
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash can return early from "dot-sourced" files... yes
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports alias named like shell builtins... yes
> checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports "test -e"... yes
> configure: shell /usr/local/bin/bash is good enough, stop looking
> configure: will use /usr/local/bin/bash as the testsuite shell
> configure: will now look for generic compilers
> checking whether the C compiler works... yes
> checking for C compiler default output file name... a.out
> checking for suffix of executables... 
> checking whether we are cross compiling... no
> checking for suffix of object files... o
> checking whether we are using the GNU C compiler... no
> checking whether /opt/solarisstudio12.3/bin/cc accepts -g... yes
> checking for /opt/solarisstudio12.3/bin/cc option to accept ISO C89... none needed
> checking whether the C++ compiler works... yes
> checking for C++ compiler default output file name... a.out
> checking for suffix of executables... 
> checking whether we are cross compiling... no
> checking for suffix of object files... o
> checking whether we are using the GNU C++ compiler... no
> checking whether /opt/solarisstudio12.3/bin/CC accepts -g... yes
> checking for xlf95... no
> checking for f95... f95
> checking whether the Fortran compiler works... no
> configure: WARNING: Fortran compiler cannot create executables
> configure: tests requiring the Fortran compiler will be skipped
> checking for xlf... no
> checking for f77... f77
> checking whether the Fortran 77 compiler works... no
> configure: WARNING: Fortran 77 compiler cannot create executables
> configure: tests requiring the Fortran 77 compiler will be skipped
> configure: will now look for GNU compilers
> checking for gcc... no
> checking for g++... no
> checking for gpp... no
> checking for gfortran... no
> checking for g77... no
> checking for gfortran... no
> checking for gcj... no
> checking that generated files are newer than configure... done
> configure: creating ./config.status
> config.status: creating Makefile
> config.status: creating t/wrap/aclocal-1.13
> config.status: creating t/wrap/automake-1.13
> node002$ 
> 
> This is highly suspect given that I have a full Fortran 77, 90 and 95
> compiler in the Oracle software : 
>
> [SNIP]
>
To actually try to understand where the problem might be, I'd need the
content of the generated config.log file.  Could you please send it over?

> So perhaps the configure script is looking for GNU Fortran only? 
>
No, on the contrary, the script is tweaked to prefer non-GNU compilers
where available, to enhance testsuite coverage.

> The Fortran compilers provided, as well as everything else, are installed 
> in the bizarre location /opt/solarisstudio12.3/bin. For many many years
> the "defacto" standard location for the vendor compilers in Solaris was
> at /opt/SUNWspro and then someone at Sun or Oracle made the brilliant
> move to change the path and thus break twenty years of scripts. Perhaps
> that is the issue here.
>

Thanks,
  Stefano




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I am going to try to build automake-13=2E4 on Solaris with the Oracle So=
laris 12=2E3
dev tools and within configure I see that Fortran tests fail =3A =



node002=24 =2E/configure =

checking whether /usr/local/bin/gmake supports nested variables=2E=2E=2E=
 yes
checking build system type=2E=2E=2E sparc-sun-solaris2=2E10
checking host system type=2E=2E=2E sparc-sun-solaris2=2E10
checking for a BSD-compatible install=2E=2E=2E lib/install-sh -c
checking whether build environment is sane=2E=2E=2E yes
checking for a thread-safe mkdir -p=2E=2E=2E lib/install-sh -c -d
checking for gawk=2E=2E=2E gawk
checking whether /usr/local/bin/gmake sets =24(MAKE)=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether ln -s works=2E=2E=2E yes
checking for perl=2E=2E=2E /usr/local/bin/perl
checking whether /usr/local/bin/perl supports ithreads=2E=2E=2E no
checking for tex=2E=2E=2E tex
checking for yacc=2E=2E=2E yacc
checking for lex=2E=2E=2E lex
checking whether autoconf is installed=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether autoconf works=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether autoconf is recent enough=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether ln works=2E=2E=2E yes
checking for grep that handles long lines and -e=2E=2E=2E /usr/xpg4/bin/=
grep
checking for egrep=2E=2E=2E /usr/xpg4/bin/grep -E
checking for fgrep=2E=2E=2E /usr/xpg4/bin/grep -F
configure=3A will now look for a sturdy POSIX shell=2C for our testsuite=

checking for sh=2E=2E=2E /usr/xpg4/bin/sh
checking for sh5=2E=2E=2E no
checking for dash=2E=2E=2E no
checking for ash=2E=2E=2E no
checking for bash=2E=2E=2E /usr/local/bin/bash
checking for zsh=2E=2E=2E /usr/bin/zsh
checking for ksh=2E=2E=2E /usr/bin/ksh
checking for pdksh=2E=2E=2E no
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports =24(cmd)=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports =24((expr))=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports =24=7B=23var=7D=2E=2E=2E y=
es
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports =24=7Bvar=23glob=7D and =24=
=7Bvar=25glob=7D=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash preserves exit traps with =22set -e=
=22=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash can define exit traps in a shell fu=
nction=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash corrupts stderr with =22set -x=22=2E=
=2E=2E no
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash can return early from =22dot-source=
d=22 files=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports alias named like shell bui=
ltins=2E=2E=2E yes
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports =22test -e=22=2E=2E=2E yes=

configure=3A shell /usr/local/bin/bash is good enough=2C stop looking
configure=3A will use /usr/local/bin/bash as the testsuite shell
configure=3A will now look for generic compilers
checking whether the C compiler works=2E=2E=2E yes
checking for C compiler default output file name=2E=2E=2E a=2Eout
checking for suffix of executables=2E=2E=2E =

checking whether we are cross compiling=2E=2E=2E no
checking for suffix of object files=2E=2E=2E o
checking whether we are using the GNU C compiler=2E=2E=2E no
checking whether /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/bin/cc accepts -g=2E=2E=2E yes=

checking for /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/bin/cc option to accept ISO C89=2E=
=2E=2E none needed
checking whether the C++ compiler works=2E=2E=2E yes
checking for C++ compiler default output file name=2E=2E=2E a=2Eout
checking for suffix of executables=2E=2E=2E =

checking whether we are cross compiling=2E=2E=2E no
checking for suffix of object files=2E=2E=2E o
checking whether we are using the GNU C++ compiler=2E=2E=2E no
checking whether /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/bin/CC accepts -g=2E=2E=2E yes=

checking for xlf95=2E=2E=2E no
checking for f95=2E=2E=2E f95
checking whether the Fortran compiler works=2E=2E=2E no
configure=3A WARNING=3A Fortran compiler cannot create executables
configure=3A tests requiring the Fortran compiler will be skipped
checking for xlf=2E=2E=2E no
checking for f77=2E=2E=2E f77
checking whether the Fortran 77 compiler works=2E=2E=2E no
configure=3A WARNING=3A Fortran 77 compiler cannot create executables
configure=3A tests requiring the Fortran 77 compiler will be skipped
configure=3A will now look for GNU compilers
checking for gcc=2E=2E=2E no
checking for g++=2E=2E=2E no
checking for gpp=2E=2E=2E no
checking for gfortran=2E=2E=2E no
checking for g77=2E=2E=2E no
checking for gfortran=2E=2E=2E no
checking for gcj=2E=2E=2E no
checking that generated files are newer than configure=2E=2E=2E done
configure=3A creating =2E/config=2Estatus
config=2Estatus=3A creating Makefile
config=2Estatus=3A creating t/wrap/aclocal-1=2E13
config=2Estatus=3A creating t/wrap/automake-1=2E13
node002=24 =


This is highly suspect given that I have a full Fortran 77=2C 90 and 95
compiler in the Oracle software =3A =



node002=24 wget http=3A//www=2Epersonal=2Epsu=2Eedu/faculty/j/h/jhm/f90/=
examples/array2=2Ef

node002=24 ls -l =

total 5
-rw-r--r-- 1 dclarke adbs 2832 Dec 19 1996 array2=2Ef
node002=24 =

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=23=23=23 f90=3A Note=3A LD=5FLIBRARY=5FPATH=5F64 =3D (null)
=23=23=23 f90=3A Note=3A LD=5FRUN=5FPATH =3D /usr/local/lib
=23=23=23 f90=3A Note=3A LD=5FOPTIONS =3D -64 -R/usr/local/lib/=24ISALIS=
T=3A/usr/local/lib -L/usr/local/lib/=24ISALIST=3A/usr/local/lib
ln -s /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib /tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8=
276=2E01
/usr/ccs/bin/ld -zld32=3D-S/tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01/libl=
dstab=5Fws=2Eso -zld64=3D-S/tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01/v9/l=
ibldstab=5Fws=2Eso -zld32=3D-S/tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01/l=
ibld=5Fannotate=2Eso -zld64=3D-S/tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01=
/v9/libld=5Fannotate=2Eso /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/v9/crti=2Eo =
/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/v9/crt1=2Eo /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/p=
rod/lib/v9/wordalignI8=2Eo /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/v9/values-x=
i=2Eo array2=2Eo -o array2 -Y =22P=2C/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/lib/sparc/=
64=3A/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/lib/v9=3A/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib=
/sparc/64=3A/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/v9=3A/usr/ccs/lib/sparcv9=3A=
/lib/64=3A/usr/lib/64=22 -Qy =22-R/usr/local/lib=3A/opt/solarisstudio12=2E=
3/lib/sparc/64=3A/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/lib/v9=22 -t -lifai -lsunimath=
 -lfai -lfai2 -lfsumai -lfprodai -lfminlai -lfmaxlai -lfminvai -lfmaxvai=
 -lfui -lfsu -lsunmath -lmtsk -lm -lc /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/=
v9/crtn=2Eo
node002=24 =

node002=24 file array2
array2=3A ELF 64-bit MSB executable SPARCV9 Version 1=2C dynamically lin=
ked=2C not stripped
node002=24 =

node002=24 =2E/array2
 RESULTS FOR FULL C ARRAY
=A0AVERAGE OF ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D 7=2E500
=A0MINIMUM OF ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D 2=2E000
=A0MAXIMUM OF ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D 13=2E000
=A0C =3D =

 0=2E20E+01 0=2E30E+01 0=2E40E+01 0=2E60E+01 0=2E70E+01 0=2E80E+01 0=2E9=
0E+01 0=2E11E+02
 0=2E12E+02 0=2E13E+02


=A0RESULTS FOR ELEMENTS 2 THROUGH 9 OF C
=A0AVERAGE OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D 7=2E500
=A0MINIMUM OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D 3=2E000
=A0MAXIMUM OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D 12=2E000
=A0C =3D =

 3=2E00E+00 4=2E00E+00 6=2E00E+00 7=2E00E+00 8=2E00E+00 9=2E00E+00 1=2E1=
0E+01 1=2E20E+01
=A0
 RESULTS OF LOG(A)
=A0C =3D =

 0=2E00E+00 6=2E93E-01 1=2E10E+00 0=2E00E+00 1=2E61E+00 1=2E79E+00 1=2E9=
5E+00 2=2E08E+00
 2=2E20E+00 2=2E30E+00
node002=24 =


Also f95 =3A =


node002=24 f95 -m64 -o array2 array2=2Ef =

node002=24 ls -lapb array2
-rwxr-xr-x 1 dclarke adbs 18016 Sep 3 14=3A06 array2
node002=24 =2E/array2 =

 RESULTS FOR FULL C ARRAY
=A0AVERAGE OF ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D 7=2E500
=A0MINIMUM OF ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D 2=2E000
=A0MAXIMUM OF ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D 13=2E000
=A0C =3D =

 0=2E20E+01 0=2E30E+01 0=2E40E+01 0=2E60E+01 0=2E70E+01 0=2E80E+01 0=2E9=
0E+01 0=2E11E+02
 0=2E12E+02 0=2E13E+02


=A0RESULTS FOR ELEMENTS 2 THROUGH 9 OF C
=A0AVERAGE OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D 7=2E500
=A0MINIMUM OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D 3=2E000
=A0MAXIMUM OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D 12=2E000
=A0C =3D =

 3=2E00E+00 4=2E00E+00 6=2E00E+00 7=2E00E+00 8=2E00E+00 9=2E00E+00 1=2E1=
0E+01 1=2E20E+01
=A0
 RESULTS OF LOG(A)
=A0C =3D =

 0=2E00E+00 6=2E93E-01 1=2E10E+00 0=2E00E+00 1=2E61E+00 1=2E79E+00 1=2E9=
5E+00 2=2E08E+00
 2=2E20E+00 2=2E30E+00


So perhaps the configure script is looking for GNU Fortran only=3F =


The Fortran compilers provided=2C as well as everything else=2C are inst=
alled =

in the bizarre location /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/bin=2E For many many ye=
ars
the =22defacto=22 standard location for the vendor compilers in Solaris =
was
at /opt/SUNWspro and then someone at Sun or Oracle made the brilliant
move to change the path and thus break twenty years of scripts=2E Perhap=
s
that is the issue here=2E

Dennis

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ols and within configure I see that Fortran tests fail =3A =3Cbr /=3E=3C=
br /=3E=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 =2E/configure =3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /us=
r/local/bin/gmake supports nested variables=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecki=
ng build system type=2E=2E=2E sparc-sun-solaris2=2E10=3Cbr /=3Echecking =
host system type=2E=2E=2E sparc-sun-solaris2=2E10=3Cbr /=3Echecking for =
a BSD-compatible install=2E=2E=2E lib/install-sh -c=3Cbr /=3Echecking wh=
ether build environment is sane=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking for a thr=
ead-safe mkdir -p=2E=2E=2E lib/install-sh -c -d=3Cbr /=3Echecking for ga=
wk=2E=2E=2E gawk=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /usr/local/bin/gmake sets =24=
(MAKE)=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether ln -s works=2E=2E=2E yes=3C=
br /=3Echecking for perl=2E=2E=2E /usr/local/bin/perl=3Cbr /=3Echecking =
whether /usr/local/bin/perl supports ithreads=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echeck=
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=3Echecking for lex=2E=2E=2E lex=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether autoconf is i=
nstalled=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether autoconf works=2E=2E=2E =
yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether autoconf is recent enough=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cb=
r /=3Echecking whether ln works=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking for grep =
that handles long lines and -e=2E=2E=2E /usr/xpg4/bin/grep=3Cbr /=3Echec=
king for egrep=2E=2E=2E /usr/xpg4/bin/grep -E=3Cbr /=3Echecking for fgre=
p=2E=2E=2E /usr/xpg4/bin/grep -F=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A will now look for=
 a sturdy POSIX shell=2C for our testsuite=3Cbr /=3Echecking for sh=2E=2E=
=2E /usr/xpg4/bin/sh=3Cbr /=3Echecking for sh5=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echec=
king for dash=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking for ash=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3E=
checking for bash=2E=2E=2E /usr/local/bin/bash=3Cbr /=3Echecking for zsh=
=2E=2E=2E /usr/bin/zsh=3Cbr /=3Echecking for ksh=2E=2E=2E /usr/bin/ksh=3C=
br /=3Echecking for pdksh=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /usr/loc=
al/bin/bash supports =24(cmd)=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /us=
r/local/bin/bash supports =24((expr))=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking whe=
ther /usr/local/bin/bash supports =24=7B=23var=7D=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3E=
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports =24=7Bvar=23glob=7D and =24=
=7Bvar=25glob=7D=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /usr/local/bin/b=
ash preserves exit traps with =26quot=3Bset -e=26quot=3B=2E=2E=2E yes=3C=
br /=3Echecking whether /usr/local/bin/bash can define exit traps in a s=
hell function=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /usr/local/bin/bash=
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ecking whether /usr/local/bin/bash can return early from =26quot=3Bdot-s=
ourced=26quot=3B files=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /usr/local=
/bin/bash supports alias named like shell builtins=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3E=
checking whether /usr/local/bin/bash supports =26quot=3Btest -e=26quot=3B=
=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A shell /usr/local/bin/bash is good en=
ough=2C stop looking=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A will use /usr/local/bin/bash =
as the testsuite shell=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A will now look for generic c=
ompilers=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether the C compiler works=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cb=
r /=3Echecking for C compiler default output file name=2E=2E=2E a=2Eout=3C=
br /=3Echecking for suffix of executables=2E=2E=2E =3Cbr /=3Echecking wh=
ether we are cross compiling=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking for suffix of=
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C compiler=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /opt/solarisstudio12=2E=
3/bin/cc accepts -g=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking for /opt/solarisstudi=
o12=2E3/bin/cc option to accept ISO C89=2E=2E=2E none needed=3Cbr /=3Ech=
ecking whether the C++ compiler works=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking for=
 C++ compiler default output file name=2E=2E=2E a=2Eout=3Cbr /=3Echeckin=
g for suffix of executables=2E=2E=2E =3Cbr /=3Echecking whether we are c=
ross compiling=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking for suffix of object files=2E=
=2E=2E o=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether we are using the GNU C++ compiler=2E=2E=
=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/bin/CC accepts=
 -g=2E=2E=2E yes=3Cbr /=3Echecking for xlf95=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecki=
ng for f95=2E=2E=2E f95=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether the Fortran compiler w=
orks=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A WARNING=3A Fortran compiler canno=
t create executables=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A tests requiring the Fortran c=
ompiler will be skipped=3Cbr /=3Echecking for xlf=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Ec=
hecking for f77=2E=2E=2E f77=3Cbr /=3Echecking whether the Fortran 77 co=
mpiler works=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A WARNING=3A Fortran 77 com=
piler cannot create executables=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A tests requiring th=
e Fortran 77 compiler will be skipped=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A will now loo=
k for GNU compilers=3Cbr /=3Echecking for gcc=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echeck=
ing for g++=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking for gpp=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Ec=
hecking for gfortran=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking for g77=2E=2E=2E no=3C=
br /=3Echecking for gfortran=2E=2E=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking for gcj=2E=2E=
=2E no=3Cbr /=3Echecking that generated files are newer than configure=2E=
=2E=2E done=3Cbr /=3Econfigure=3A creating =2E/config=2Estatus=3Cbr /=3E=
config=2Estatus=3A creating Makefile=3Cbr /=3Econfig=2Estatus=3A creatin=
g t/wrap/aclocal-1=2E13=3Cbr /=3Econfig=2Estatus=3A creating t/wrap/auto=
make-1=2E13=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 =3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3EThis is highly suspe=
ct given that I have a full Fortran 77=2C 90 and 95=3Cbr /=3Ecompiler in=
 the Oracle software =3A =3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 wget h=
ttp=3A//www=2Epersonal=2Epsu=2Eedu/faculty/j/h/jhm/f90/examples/array2=2E=
f=3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 ls -l =3Cbr /=3Etotal 5=3Cbr /=3E-rw-r--=
r--=A0=A0 1 dclarke=A0 adbs=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0 2832 Dec 19=A0 1996 arr=
ay2=2Ef=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 =3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 f90 -=5C=23 -m64 -o arr=
ay2 array2=2Ef =3Cbr /=3E=23=23=23 f90=3A Note=3A NLSPATH =3D /opt/solar=
isstudio12=2E3/prod/bin/=2E=2E/lib/locale/=25L/LC=5FMESSAGES/=25N=2Ecat=3A=
/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/bin/=2E=2E/=2E=2E/lib/locale/=25L/LC=5FMES=
SAGES/=25N=2Ecat=3Cbr /=3E=23=23=23=A0=A0=A0=A0 command line files and o=
ptions (expanded)=3A=3Cbr /=3E=23=23=23 -=23 -m64 -o array2 array2=2Ef=3C=
br /=3E/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/bin/f90comp -m3 -ev -dq -xall -xivd=
ep=3Dloop -H =26quot=3B/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/bin/f90 -m64 =26quo=
t=3B -I/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/include/f95/v9 -p/opt/solarisstudio=
12=2E3/prod/lib/modules/v9 -xarch=3Dv9 -y-xarch=3Dv9 -xmemalign=3D8f -io=
rounding=3Dprocessor-defined -xhasc=3Dyes -xcache=3Dgeneric -y-xcache=3D=
generic -y-xassume=5Fcontrol=3Doptimize -xassume=5Fcontrol=3Doptimize -y=
-xdbggen=3Dno=25stabs+dwarf2 -y-xdbggen=3Dincl -y-fbe -y/opt/solarisstud=
io12=2E3/prod/bin/fbe -y-xcode=3Dabs44 -y-ftrap=3Ddivision=2Cinvalid=2Co=
verflow -y-xmemalign=3D8f -y-verbose -y-comdat -y-xarch=3Dsparc -y-m64 -=
y-comdat -y-xthreadvar=3Dno=25dynamic -y-xannotate=3Dyes -y-o -yarray2=2E=
o -y-s array2=2Ef=3Cbr /=3E=23=23=23 f90=3A Note=3A LD=5FLIBRARY=5FPATH =
=3D (null)=3Cbr /=3E=23=23=23 f90=3A Note=3A LD=5FLIBRARY=5FPATH=5F64 =3D=
 (null)=3Cbr /=3E=23=23=23 f90=3A Note=3A LD=5FRUN=5FPATH=A0=A0=A0=A0 =3D=
 /usr/local/lib=3Cbr /=3E=23=23=23 f90=3A Note=3A LD=5FOPTIONS=A0=A0=A0=A0=
=A0 =3D -64 -R/usr/local/lib/=24ISALIST=3A/usr/local/lib -L/usr/local/li=
b/=24ISALIST=3A/usr/local/lib=3Cbr /=3Eln -s /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/pr=
od/lib /tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01=3Cbr /=3E/usr/ccs/bin/ld=
 -zld32=3D-S/tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01/libldstab=5Fws=2Eso=
 -zld64=3D-S/tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01/v9/libldstab=5Fws=2E=
so -zld32=3D-S/tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01/libld=5Fannotate=2E=
so -zld64=3D-S/tmp/lib=5Flink=2E1378217103=2E8276=2E01/v9/libld=5Fannota=
te=2Eso /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/v9/crti=2Eo /opt/solarisstudio=
12=2E3/prod/lib/v9/crt1=2Eo /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/v9/wordali=
gnI8=2Eo /opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/v9/values-xi=2Eo array2=2Eo -=
o array2 -Y =26quot=3BP=2C/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/lib/sparc/64=3A/opt/s=
olarisstudio12=2E3/lib/v9=3A/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/sparc/64=3A=
/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/prod/lib/v9=3A/usr/ccs/lib/sparcv9=3A/lib/64=3A=
/usr/lib/64=26quot=3B -Qy =26quot=3B-R/usr/local/lib=3A/opt/solarisstudi=
o12=2E3/lib/sparc/64=3A/opt/solarisstudio12=2E3/lib/v9=26quot=3B -t -lif=
ai -lsunimath -lfai -lfai2 -lfsumai -lfprodai -lfminlai -lfmaxlai -lfmin=
vai -lfmaxvai -lfui -lfsu -lsunmath -lmtsk -lm -lc /opt/solarisstudio12=2E=
3/prod/lib/v9/crtn=2Eo=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 =3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 file arr=
ay2=3Cbr /=3Earray2=3A ELF 64-bit MSB executable SPARCV9 Version 1=2C dy=
namically linked=2C not stripped=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 =3Cbr /=3Enode002=24=
 =2E/array2=3Cbr /=3E=A0 RESULTS FOR FULL C ARRAY=3Cbr /=3E=A0AVERAGE OF=
 ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0=A0 7=2E500=3Cbr /=3E=A0MINIMUM OF ALL ELEME=
NTS IN C =3D=A0=A0=A0 2=2E000=3Cbr /=3E=A0MAXIMUM OF ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D=
=A0=A0 13=2E000=3Cbr /=3E=A0C =3D =3Cbr /=3E=A0 0=2E20E+01=A0 0=2E30E+01=
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br /=3E=A0RESULTS FOR ELEMENTS 2 THROUGH 9 OF C=3Cbr /=3E=A0AVERAGE OF S=
ELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0=A0 7=2E500=3Cbr /=3E=A0MINIMUM OF SELECT=
ED ELEMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0=A0 3=2E000=3Cbr /=3E=A0MAXIMUM OF SELECTED EL=
EMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0 12=2E000=3Cbr /=3E=A0C =3D =3Cbr /=3E=A0 3=2E00E+0=
0=A0 4=2E00E+00=A0 6=2E00E+00=A0 7=2E00E+00=A0 8=2E00E+00=A0 9=2E00E+00=A0=
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br /=3E=A0C =3D =3Cbr /=3E=A0 0=2E00E+00=A0 6=2E93E-01=A0 1=2E10E+00=A0 =
0=2E00E+00=A0 1=2E61E+00=A0 1=2E79E+00=A0 1=2E95E+00=A0 2=2E08E+00=3Cbr =
/=3E=A0 2=2E20E+00=A0 2=2E30E+00=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 =3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3E=
Also f95 =3A =3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 f95 -m64 -o array2 array2=2E=
f =3Cbr /=3Enode002=24 ls -lapb array2=3Cbr /=3E-rwxr-xr-x=A0=A0 1 dclar=
ke=A0 adbs=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0=A0 18016 Sep=A0 3 14=3A06 array2=3Cbr /=3Enode=
002=24 =2E/array2 =3Cbr /=3E=A0 RESULTS FOR FULL C ARRAY=3Cbr /=3E=A0AVE=
RAGE OF ALL ELEMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0=A0 7=2E500=3Cbr /=3E=A0MINIMUM OF AL=
L ELEMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0=A0 2=2E000=3Cbr /=3E=A0MAXIMUM OF ALL ELEMENTS=
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=2E30E+01=A0 0=2E40E+01=A0 0=2E60E+01=A0 0=2E70E+01=A0 0=2E80E+01=A0 0=2E=
90E+01=A0 0=2E11E+02=3Cbr /=3E=A0 0=2E12E+02=A0 0=2E13E+02=3Cbr /=3E=3Cb=
r /=3E=3Cbr /=3E=A0RESULTS FOR ELEMENTS 2 THROUGH 9 OF C=3Cbr /=3E=A0AVE=
RAGE OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0=A0 7=2E500=3Cbr /=3E=A0MINIMUM =
OF SELECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0=A0 3=2E000=3Cbr /=3E=A0MAXIMUM OF SE=
LECTED ELEMENTS IN C =3D=A0=A0 12=2E000=3Cbr /=3E=A0C =3D =3Cbr /=3E=A0 =
3=2E00E+00=A0 4=2E00E+00=A0 6=2E00E+00=A0 7=2E00E+00=A0 8=2E00E+00=A0 9=2E=
00E+00=A0 1=2E10E+01=A0 1=2E20E+01=3Cbr /=3E=A0=3Cbr /=3E=A0 RESULTS OF =
LOG(A)=3Cbr /=3E=A0C =3D =3Cbr /=3E=A0 0=2E00E+00=A0 6=2E93E-01=A0 1=2E1=
0E+00=A0 0=2E00E+00=A0 1=2E61E+00=A0 1=2E79E+00=A0 1=2E95E+00=A0 2=2E08E=
+00=3Cbr /=3E=A0 2=2E20E+00=A0 2=2E30E+00=3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3ES=
o perhaps the configure script is looking for GNU Fortran only=3F =3Cbr =
/=3E=3Cbr /=3EThe Fortran compilers provided=2C as well as everything el=
se=2C are installed =3Cbr /=3Ein the bizarre location /opt/solarisstudio=
12=2E3/bin=2E=A0 For many many years=3Cbr /=3Ethe =26quot=3Bdefacto=26qu=
ot=3B standard location for the vendor compilers in Solaris was=3Cbr /=3E=
at /opt/SUNWspro and then someone at Sun or Oracle made the brilliant=3C=
br /=3Emove to change the path and thus break twenty years of scripts=2E=
 Perhaps=3Cbr /=3Ethat is the issue here=2E=3Cbr /=3E=3Cbr /=3EDennis =3C=
br /=3E=3Cbr /=3E=3C/font=3E

--Boundary_(ID_6fYvNaWsWis45c/EUvQfnQ)--




Acknowledgement sent to Dennis Clarke <dclarke@HIDDEN>:
New bug report received and forwarded. Copy sent to bug-automake@HIDDEN. Full text available.
Report forwarded to bug-automake@HIDDEN:
bug#15258; Package automake. Full text available.
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