[Numpy-discussion] f2py is not recognizing Absoft Fortran Compiler
sdupree at speakeasy.net
Sat Apr 27 22:34:39 EDT 2019
On April/27/2019 21:59:37, Charles R Harris wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 27, 2019 at 7:40 PM Samuel Dupree <sdupree at speakeasy.net
> <mailto:sdupree at speakeasy.net>> wrote:
> I'm attempting to build an interface between a Fortran application I
> have and Python. The problem I'm having is that f2py is not
> my Absoft Fortran compiler. Details follow.
> I'm running on a iMacPro (2017) under Mac OS X Mojave (ver. 10.14.4).
> The version of the Absoft Compiler I'm running is 19.0.0. I'm
> using the
> Anaconda distribution of Python 3, version 3.6.8, where the
> version of
> NumPy used is ver. 1.16.3.
> The commands I'm using to build the Python interface function and
> results are:
> Can you run the compiler in the console and show the `-V` (version)
> output? The distutils absoft compiler code looks really old and many
> things could have changed.
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Thank you for replying to my post. Below is the result of running the
Absoft Compiler with the -V option:
(base) Samuels-Mac-Pro:2nd_ODE_auto_deriv_cleanup_Rev-07 user$ f77 -V
Absoft Pro Fortran 19.0.0
ERROR: No input files.
(base) Samuels-Mac-Pro:2nd_ODE_auto_deriv_cleanup_Rev-07 user$
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