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Makefile Compilation

Makefile Compilation

Makefile Compilation

I received a FORTRAN program with a whole lot of Makefiles in it.  My compiler uses pgf90 for the compile command instead of just f90.  I tried making an alias for f90 to equal pgf90.  That works fine on the command line, but when the Makefile runs, it doesn't work.  Is there any other way I can make the pgf90 command work with f90?  For various reasons, going in and changing all the makefiles is not an option.

RE: Makefile Compilation

What OS are you using?

eg Windows create a f90.bat file which calls pgf90 and all the parameters.

Unix create a script file which does the same thing.

RE: Makefile Compilation

I am using Linux.  I ended up making a symbolic link in the compiler directory.

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