For reasons that are probably irrelevant here, a colleague has asked me
to build netCDF so that the Fortran interface uses a non-standard
name-mangling convention, namely upper case symbols, no trailing
underscore. In this way it will be compatible with g95/gfortran/g77 with
How do I tell configure to do this? I am familiar with using the
f2cFortran and pgiFortran preprocessor flags to enable/disable the Gnu
Fortran second-underscore behaviour, but I don't know if there is a
corresponding flag to give the name-mangling I want. After reading
cfortran.h I tried AbsoftProFortran. This generates the right names, but
"make check" fails with an access violation on nf_strerror, presumably
because of a mismatch in the way strings are passed.
Is there another preprocessor flag that will do what I want? How do I
roll my own?
Mark Hadfield "Ka puwaha te tai nei, Hoea tahi tatou"
National Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)
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