Currently the only way how fortran is supported is through lang/gccXX ports. They install their own version of libgcc.so, which is incompatible with the base. As a result, mix of fortran ports and regular C++ ports is broken. This breaks most of science/math software on FreeBSD.

Would it be the right way of solving the problem if I submitted an update of contrib/gcc and contrib/gcclibs from the gcc-5.3.0 tree? Any pitfalls with this?


Additionally, the gcc library libquadmath is required for fortran. I think this one can be made into a port.

Yuri
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