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Version: 6.0.0.20180608, Package name: flang-driver-6.0.0.20180608
Maintained by: Brian Callahan
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Description
Flang is a Fortran compiler targeting LLVM.
This package contains the compiler driver, a modified version of clang.


Filesize: 16390.78 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2018-06-17) Updated to version: flang-driver-6.0.0.20180608
  • (2018-05-10) Updated to version: flang-driver-6.0.0.20180416
  • (2018-03-13) Updated to version: flang-driver-5.0.1.20180308
  • (2018-02-05) Updated to version: flang-driver-5.0.1.20180201
  • (2018-01-01) Package added to openports.se, version flang-driver-5.0.1.20171220 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2018-03-12 20:46:44 by Brian Callahan | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
Chase the 20180308 flang updates. Use sincos functions since we have them.
   2018-03-12 20:46:44 by Brian Callahan | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
Chase the 20180308 flang updates. Use sincos functions since we have them.
   2018-02-04 21:08:24 by Brian Callahan | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Update flang-driver to 5.0.1.20180201 -- this brings in some driver
improvements, 2 of our patches were upstreamed, so they go away. Also, put
-lflang into the default linked libraries so that you do not need to
remember to add the -L/usr/local/lib -lflang dance to every Fortran program
you want to link. The compiler does it for you now. A simple
flang myprog.f
will do the right thing.
   2018-02-04 21:08:24 by Brian Callahan | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Update flang-driver to 5.0.1.20180201 -- this brings in some driver
improvements, 2 of our patches were upstreamed, so they go away. Also, put
-lflang into the default linked libraries so that you do not need to
remember to add the -L/usr/local/lib -lflang dance to every Fortran program
you want to link. The compiler does it for you now. A simple
flang myprog.f
will do the right thing.
   2018-02-04 21:08:24 by Brian Callahan | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Update flang-driver to 5.0.1.20180201 -- this brings in some driver
improvements, 2 of our patches were upstreamed, so they go away. Also, put
-lflang into the default linked libraries so that you do not need to
remember to add the -L/usr/local/lib -lflang dance to every Fortran program
you want to link. The compiler does it for you now. A simple
flang myprog.f
will do the right thing.
   2018-02-04 21:08:24 by Brian Callahan | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Update flang-driver to 5.0.1.20180201 -- this brings in some driver
improvements, 2 of our patches were upstreamed, so they go away. Also, put
-lflang into the default linked libraries so that you do not need to
remember to add the -L/usr/local/lib -lflang dance to every Fortran program
you want to link. The compiler does it for you now. A simple
flang myprog.f
will do the right thing.
   2018-02-04 21:08:24 by Brian Callahan | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Update flang-driver to 5.0.1.20180201 -- this brings in some driver
improvements, 2 of our patches were upstreamed, so they go away. Also, put
-lflang into the default linked libraries so that you do not need to
remember to add the -L/usr/local/lib -lflang dance to every Fortran program
you want to link. The compiler does it for you now. A simple
flang myprog.f
will do the right thing.
   2018-02-04 21:08:24 by Brian Callahan | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Update flang-driver to 5.0.1.20180201 -- this brings in some driver
improvements, 2 of our patches were upstreamed, so they go away. Also, put
-lflang into the default linked libraries so that you do not need to
remember to add the -L/usr/local/lib -lflang dance to every Fortran program
you want to link. The compiler does it for you now. A simple
flang myprog.f
will do the right thing.