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Hey all,

I'm pretty new to Fortran and trying to make this application use another compiler and I'm getting the following error below.

---

module pot_complex
^
"src/pt_g_run.f90", Line = 1, Column = 10: ERROR: The compiler h
as detected errors in module "POT_COMPLEX". No module information file will be created for this module.

call ep_project(elem,rm,rmp,sing,nearest, &
^
"src/pt_g_run.f90", Line = 1348, Column = 45: ERROR: Illegal ass
ociation of a scalar actual argument with array dummy argument "NEAREST".

--- code snip

subroutine ep_project(elem,rm,rmp,sing,nearest, &
position,proj,ratio)
...
integer :: nearest(1)


Any help much appreciated in understanding what this means. It works w/ an other compiler.

Will

RE: illegal associations

Try a simple program with your new compiler first.  Something like

CODE

program main
   print *, 'Hey it works!!!'
   stop
end program
If that builds, add a module

CODE

module notice
contains
subroutine pod
   print *,'subs work too'
   return
end subroutine pod
program main
use notice
   call pod (10)
   stop
end program main
If that works, put an _ in the module name, say not_ice.  If that works, check the carriage control characters at the end  of line in the first line of your original program.  If you're using Unix, ":se li" in vi will show the characters.  They should be same on all lines.  If it doesn't work, remove the _ in your module name.  Let us know how far you get.  It may also fix the second problem.

RE: illegal associations

It seems you pass a scalar (not array) 5th argument to ep_project in line 1348, but the subroutine waits an array here.
May be I'm wrong, but you have a very unambiguous diagnostic message...

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