[LLVMdev] FORTRAN compiler status?
kenneth.hoste at elis.ugent.be
Wed May 16 11:44:41 PDT 2007
On 15 May 2007, at 22:15, Michael McCracken wrote:
> I just noticed this - I can't promise any particular amount of TLC,
> I'll certainly be giving the Fortran front-end some attention as
> soon as
> LLVM moves to gcc 4.2.
> For future reference, does anyone know of a good free Fortran compiler
> test suite?
I believe the Polyhedron benchmarks (http://www.polyhedron.com/pb05/
polyhedron_benchmark_suite.html) are freely available, but I'm not
sure if this qualifies as a test suite.
For GCC benchmarks (some of which are Fortran), see http://
www.suse.de/~gcctest/ and off course the GCC testsuite.
> On 5/14/07, Duncan Sands <baldrick at free.fr> wrote:
>> Hi Duraid,
>>> Does anyone know what the latest is w.r.t a FORTRAN front-end
>>> LLVM? Is anyone expecting to have typical f90/f95 programs
>>> compiling to
>>> LLVM this year, or next? (I'm aware of the "NAG hack" and various
>>> f2c-type approaches, but they give me a strange feeling in my
>> support for Fortran will be much easier once LLVM rebases itself on
>> gcc 4.2, which I hope will happen within the next few months.
>> Then it
>> will probably only need a little tender loving care to spring to
>> However, we need a volunteer to provide that love...
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> Michael McCracken
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