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g77contribute to this, or at least avoiding intefering with it? Currently,
g77provides rudimentary ways to choose whether to overwrite portions of other Fortran compilation systems (such as the
f77command and the
libf2clibrary). Is this sufficient? What happens when users choose not to overwrite these--does
g77work properly in all such installations, picking up its own versions, or does it pick up the existing "alien" versions it didn't overwrite with its own, possibly leading to subtle bugs?
LOC()and other intrinsics are probably somewhat misclassified. Is the a need for more precise classification of intrinsics, and if so, what are the appropriate groupings? Is there a need to individually enable/disable/delete/hide intrinsics from the command line?
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