I have a Fortran shared object (*.so) that has a run time error when a routine in the shared object is called from the GUI; the shared object is built using the -qopenmp option.
I'm curious if others would consider the following to be a bug.
Given the following code:
I have a Fortran console application project in Visual Studio 2015 and want to include other projects, namely C/C++ and other Fortran-projects.
Request to issue an error with a deleted/removed feature when /warn:stderrors compiler option is in effect.
Starting with FORTRAN 77 (ANSI X3.9 1978), the so-called "extended range of a DO loop" feature has been removed.
I'm trying to create a c_ptr to an allocated class(*),pointer variable, and then convert it back later into a Fortran pointer. Here is a toy example:
Intel Visual Fortran Compiler 18.0 Beta for Windows* Release Notes for Intel Parallel Studio XE 2018 Beta
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