On Sat, May 20, 2017 at 11:39:14AM -0600, Ian Lepore wrote:
> On Fri, 2017-05-19 at 17:07 -0700, Steve Kargl wrote:
> > % which cpp
> > /usr/bin/cpp
> > troutmask:kargl cpp --version
> > FreeBSD clang version 4.0.0 (tags/RELEASE_400/final 297347) (based on
> > LLVM 4.0.0)
> > Target: x86_64-unknown-freebsd12.0
> > Thread model: posix
> > InstalledDir: /usr/bin
> > troutmask:kargl cpp --help |grep trad
> > -traditional-cpp Enable some traditional CPP emulation
> > troutmask:kargl cpp -traditional-cpp boxmuller.F90
> > cpp: error: unable to execute command: Executable "gcc" doesn't
> > exist!
> > OK, so what is the preprocessor for clang?
> It looks like the problem is that it sees the .F90 and wants to "do the
> right thing" for fortran sources, which is "invoke gcc". I got a clue
> by adding '-###' (quotes required) to see what cpp was trying to do
Thanks. I did not know about the -### option.
> You might get the effect you want by either adding something like -x
> assembler-with-cpp, or maybe by hiding the filetype from cpp:
I'm checking out the new devel/flang port (a Fortran front-end
for clang). Although flang recognizes the .F90 extension,
'flang -c boxmuller.F90' dies a horrible death because it assumes
a modern cpp syntax. AFAIK, the traditional syntax that gcc
uses with the -traditional-cpp option is required by those who
use C preprocessing directives in their Fortran. Modern cpp
can corrupt valid Fortran. Having clang invoke gcc when I tried
cpp caught me off guard.
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