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ifort: command line remark #10148: option '-Vaxlib' not supported

I am trying to compile a model code with mpiifort. In the makefile compiler flags are mentioned as "-Vaxlib" which is not supported in the new version of compilers I have.

is there any substitute to this flag ?

I am getting following series of errors:

ifort: command line remark #10148: option '-Vaxlib' not supported

linking error after reseting fortran compiler options

Hi there,

I use VS2015 and Intel Fortran 2015 Update 4.

After upgrading to windows 10, I have had started to get linking error related to ucrt.lib. In trying to fix this, under 'tool>option>intel compiler and tools>visual fortran>compilers', I have used the 'Rest' option. 

After this, I start to get several linking errors (in form of LNK2001: unresolved external symbol....).

I went through, 'Troubleshooting Fortran Integration Issues with Visual Studio', by doing the following in CMD:

Abaqus Error related to UMAT (seems to be a Fortran related error)

Hi, I'm doing some simulation using Abaqus UMAT (material user subroutine coded in Fortran).

The strange problem is that I sometimes got an error as below for the same simulation which is completed successfully.

Once I got this error, I restart Abaqus and submit the job again, then the job is completed successfully but not all the time.

Could anyone have some experience about this??


forrtl: severe (32): invalid logical unit number, unit -991156787, file unknown

duplicated source code windows in studio 2013

Hello all, I've recently purchased a second copy of Intel Fortran for windows (Win7) with Visual Studio 2103. I'm getting two copies of the same source code file opening in the Visual Studio editor. The file paths shown when you hover on the window-tab are almost the same, except one has "/" as the last path separator instead of "\".

Use memcpy, mmap, munmap, shm_open & shm_unlink with fortran


I have to port a windows fortran project to linux. The windows version uses CreateFileMapping,OpenFileMapping,MapViewOfFile and CopyMemory.

After some search I found, that linux has something similar with mmap and shm_open. Also I could use memcpy on both platforms.

My problem is that memcpy only works on windows and I always get undefined reference when I try to use shm_open for example. I guess I'm missing some compiler flags and/or using the wrong syntax for the external routines?

Here a little code example:

error There is no matching specific subroutine for this generic subroutine call.

Dear all,

I am compiling my code where I used some external libraries.  I have some function calls from this external library.

call my_external_library_function(arg1,arg2,arg3,arg4)

At this line I get the following error:

Error    4     error #6285: There is no matching specific subroutine for this generic subroutine call. 

How can I fix this error?

Thank you very much for your help,



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