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jrodrig

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generate 64-bit code from command line
« on: May 27, 2007, 08:11:07 PM »
Dear Comrades:

I have Absoft Pro Fortran version 10 installed on a Mac Pro Quad with 2 dual core Xeon processors.  Whenever I compile something with f77 or f95 from the command line, but with the -m64 option on, I invariably get stuff like:

diana:~/temp jpr$ f77 -m64 test2.f
unknown relocation type 8
unknown relocation type 8
unknown relocation type 6
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The code then bombs out with a bus error when I execute it.   Interestingly, I can
succesfully compile (and then run) 64-bit code if I use the Absoft editor!  Has anyone
come across this probem?

Sincerely, Jose Rodriguez, Los Angeles, 5/27/07.

P.S.  Everything works from the command line if the -m64 option is absent.

jrodrig

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Re: generate 64-bit code from command line
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2007, 04:16:44 AM »
That fixed it! Thanks very much for the help.

Jose Rodriguez, L.A., 5/29/07.


-----Original Message-----
From: Jeremy D. Smith [mailto:supp_jds@absoft.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2007 10:15 AM
To: Rodriguez, Jose
Subject: Re: can't generate 64-bit code on Mac Pro Quad
 

Hello,

Download and install the latest version of xcode (v2.4.1 last I
checked).  I was unable to duplicate your errors.  I was able to compile
in the terminal with or without the -m64 option.

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Thanks,

Jeremy Smith

Absoft Technical Support

support@absoft.com

http://www.absoft.com/support.html


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