Intel® Fortran compiler – Option -extend-source not ignored for .F90 source files


Reference Number : DPD200138566


Version : 11.0, 11.1


Operating System : Linux*, Mac OS X* / IA-32, Intel® 64, IA-64


Problem Description : 

Beginning with the 11.x release, the Intel Fortran compiler does not correctly ignore the -extend-source (and other variants) for free-form source files named with the .F90 extension. The option is correctly ignored for source files named with the lower-case .f90 extension.

The mishandling of the option will cause erroneous syntax errors for any Fortran source statement that extends beyond the designated statement field length specified with the -extend-source option.

The example below demonstrates the extraneous errors issued when using -extend-source 132 with the sample program containing an OPEN statement extending beyond 132 characters.

Given the following sample.F90 source:

program sample

open(unit=10,file='/hardware/temporary/model/simulation/version/9.999/xray/store/detection/reflection/fulltrace/resolution/images7654.txt',status='replace',iostat=ios_100)

if(ios_100/=0) then
   print *,"File open failed"
endif

end


$ ifort -V -c -extend-source 132 sample.F90
Intel® Fortran Intel® 64 Compiler Professional for applications running on Intel® 64, Version 11.1 Build 20090630 Package ID: l_cprof_p_11.1.046
Copyright (C) 1985-2009 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

Intel® Fortran 11.1-2536
sample.F90(3): error #5120: Unterminated character constant
open(unit=10,file='/hardware/temporary/model/simulation/version/9.999/xray/store/detection/reflection/fulltrace/resolution/images76&
------------------^
sample.F90(4): error #5082: Syntax error, found END-OF-STATEMENT when expecting one of: ) ,
&5
--^
compilation aborted for sample.F90 (code 1)


Resolution Status : This defect is fixed in the Intel Fortran Compiler Professional Edition 11.1 update, 11.1.056 (Linux). Since -extend-source is not intended to apply to free-form source files, a work around this current defect is to simply avoid usage with any .F90 source files. Another work around to dropping the -extend-source (or variant like -132) option is to rename the file to use .f90 (lower-case) and add -fpp.



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