-std gives error?

-std gives error?

Using Version 8.1.023:

Compiling with -std gives the error:
option '-std' is ambiguous

Intel Fortran Compiler for Linux* Systems Options Quick Reference Guide Page 32 says:

-std95 or -std

Causes the compiler to issue messages for language elements that are not standard in Fortran 95 (same as the -stand f95 option). This option is set if you specify -warn stderrors.

Is this a documentation error or compiler error (This wasn't an error in 8.0)?

Thanks,

Chris

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It's a compiler driver error. I'll ask that it be fixed.

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