On Sat, Jun 08, 2002 at 09:29:30PM +1000, Tim J. Robbins wrote:
> f77 cannot compile any programs on -current:
> %f77 test.f
> /usr/libexec/elf/ld: cannot find -lfrtbegin
> Creating src/gnu/lib/libfrtbegin and placing this Makefile in it fixes it
> (after editing the parent directory's makefile to hook it in):
> .PATH: ../../../contrib/libf2c/libF77
> LIB=  frtbegin
> SRCS= main.c
> .include <bsd.lib.mk>
> There may be a more elegant way to fix this - I don't know much about GCC or
> how it was solved w/ gcc 2.x.

I filed a PR with patches 14 days ago.  Unfortunately, I misspelled
Fortran in the subject line.  David O'Brien is aware of the patches,
but he has/had more important compiler/library issues to address.

[2002/05/26] gnu/38594          Fortan program don't link post gcc-3.1


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