John, > I'm having trouble compiling v.1.2.4 on a Mac (10.4.10) using > gfortran. Here's the version info for the compiler: > > gfortran -v > Using built-in specs. > Target: powerpc-apple-darwin8.9.0 > Configured with: ../gcc-4.3-20070511/configure --enable- > languages=fortran --enable-static --disable-shared > Thread model: posix > gcc version 4.3.0 20070511 (experimental) > > I've set: > FC=/usr/local/bin/gfortran > FF=-O > > > Listed below is the error. Can anyone help me? > > Thanks! > > --john > > ... > In file included from utlib.c:29: > ../port/cfortran/cfortran.h:132:3: error: #error "cfortran.h: Can't > find your environment among: - MIPS cc and f77 2.0. (e.g. Silicon > Graphics, DECstations, ...) - IBM AIX XL C and FORTRAN ... The configure(1) script wasn't told what argument-passing conventions to use when compiling C functions that are callable from Fortran routines. Please try the following: 1. Go to the top-level source-directory. 2. Execute the command "make distclean". 3. Ensure that the environment variable CPPFLAGS contains the string "-Df2cFortran" (or whatever macro definition is appropriate for your Fortran compiler), e.g., CPPFLAGS=-Df2cFortran; export CPPFLAGS The set of potential macros can be found in the examples of the file INSTALL in the top-level source-directory. 4. Execute the "configure" script. Redirect both the standard output and standard error streams to the file "configure.log". 5. Execute the command "make". Redirect both the standard output and standard error streams to the file "make.log". 6. Execute the command "make test". Redirect both the standard output and standard error streams to the file "test.log". 7. Execute the command "make install". Redirect both the standard output and standard error streams to the file "install.log". Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: LFG-950358 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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